Focused on Companies Whose Intrinsic Value Increases Over Time
KEY CHARACTERISTICS & MATERIALS
- A deep understanding of a business gives us an informed view of a company’s intrinsic value – the value derived from the earnings and cash-flow a business generates
- A long-term investment horizon allows us to capitalize on “time horizon arbitrage” opportunities that can be created by the short-term orientation of market participants
- Utilizing a well-vetted and disciplined process to manage risk, in both security selection and portfolio construction, is critical to adding value and enhancing the probability of achieving consistent and repeatable results
|No. of Holdings:|
|Max. Position Size:|
|$2,308.6 Million as of 6/30/19|
|Russell 1000® Value Index|
|Typically 60 – 80|
|Typically less than 5%|
|20 - 25% under normal market conditions|
|Approximately 75 - 80%|
|Typically less than 5%|
Our Large Cap Value team consists of two portfolio managers and two dedicated analysts in what is a highly collaborative process. The team is supported by Jennison’s broader research staff, 17 of whom are active contributors to the Large Cap Value strategy. While decision-making is a team process that involves ongoing collaboration and debate between the portfolio manager and analysts, the portfolio manager makes final investment decisions.Meet The Team
|As of June 30, 2019||Qtr||1 Year||3 Year||5 Year||10 Year||Since Inception|
|Large Cap Value Equity Composite - Gross||4.0||7.2||12.0||5.3||11.2||7.8|
|Large Cap Value Equity Composite - Net*||3.8||6.5||11.3||4.6||10.7||7.4|
|Russell 1000 Value Index||3.8||8.5||10.2||7.5||13.2||6.9|
*Beginning 8/1/14, net of fees performance shown reflects the deduction of a model fee.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. Performance results are calculated in US dollars and reflect reinvestment of dividends and other earnings. Inception of Large Cap Value Equity Composite: 5/31/00. Periods greater than one year are annualized. Unless otherwise noted, source for Russell® Index data: Mellon Analytical Solutions or FT Interactive Data Corporation. Please click here to view the GIPS presentation for additional details, important performance information and disclosures.
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