A 31-year Dodge & Cox
] veteran is retiring from the Northern California mutual fund shop next year.
| Gregory R. Serrurier|
Dodge & Cox Funds
In a note to clients, San Francisco-based Dodge & Cox confirms that senior vice president and shareholder Greg Serrurier
will step down on June 30, 2016, after stepping down from the fund firm's investment policy, international investment policy, and private client group policy
committees on March 31, 2016. Serrurier's duties include leading Dodge & Cox's U.S. equity institutional separate account efforts.
could not immediately reach Dodge & Cox CEO Dana Emery
for comment on Serrurier's impending retirement. A spokesman for Dodge & Cox declined to comment beyond the client note.
Per the client note, "over the past two years, Greg has transitioned most of his client relationships to other members of the team and will transition his remaining responsibilities in the coming months."
The unsigned note to clients concludes:
We thank Greg for the significant contributions he has made over the past three decades, and for the passion and purpose he has brought to serving our clients. The firm and its clients will continue to benefit from his contributions long after his departure. We wish Greg all the best in his future endeavors.
An alumnus of Oregon State University and Stanford's business school, Serrurier first joined Dodge & Cox in 1984. He was part of the seven-person Dodge & Cox International Stock Fund
team that won Morningstar's
foreign-stock manager of the year award for 2004
. And he rose
to SVP in 2011.
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