The team at a 91-year-old, $341-billion-AUM (as of March 31) mutual fund firm has rolled out their seventh mutual fund. (That's one launch every 13 years, on average.)
Today Charles Pohl
, chairman and chief investment officer of Dodge & Cox
the launch of the Dodge & Cox Emerging Markets Stock Fund
(ticker DODEX). The fund is PMed by the firm's emerging markets equity investment committee, which includes: Sophia Chen
, vice president; Mario DiPrisco
, VP; Rameez Dossa
, VP; Diana Strandberg
, senior vice president, director of international equity; Robert Turley
, VP; and Pohl himself.
Pohl frames the launch in the context of the Dodge & Cox team uncovering "the most compelling emerging and frontier market opportunities" from the perspective of being "long-term, active investors." Dana Emery
, president and CEO, describes the new fund as "a natural extension" of the firm's capabilities.
"Our global industry analysts' understanding of companies and sectors, coupled with our analysis of macroeconomic, currency, and other factors, enables us to identify attractive long-term return opportunities for our client in every corner of the world," Emergy states.
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