BBH Global Core Select manager Tim Hartch avoids currency hedging so he can eliminate complexities in managing the portfolio and maintain a focus on stable underlying businesses.
BBH Core Select comanager Tim Hartch and his team recently closed the fund to better manage the strategy through organic growth than though the anticipated inflows.
By homing in on Google's core revenue-generating operations, BBH manager Tim Hartch sees a value proposition in the online firm, with Google's other investments being gravy.
Skittish about stocks? The managers of BBH Core Select have carefully constructed a 30-name portfolio that has been more stable than the market.
Brown Brothers Harriman launches a concentrated large-blend fund investing in U.S. and foreign stocks; Vanguard reopens its Capital Opportunity fund to individual investors; Franklin Templeton rolls out an emerging-markets bond fund; USAA seeks permission to create actively managed ETFs; and ...
A group of top managers remains cautious and commits more capital to traditional defensive sectors, while taking advantage of a rising (and potentially overvalued) market to book some gains.