Causeway Global Value Fund Institutional ClassCGVIX

11.97
0.03 / 0.25%
9.87 - 12.26+0.77
NAV in USDNAV change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio

As of market close Apr 15 2014.

Total returns on $10,000

As of Mar 31 2014.Fund performance

Objective

The investment seeks long-term growth of capital and income. The fund invests primarily in common stocks of companies in developed countries located outside the U.S. and of companies in the U.S. Normally, it invests the majority of its total assets in companies that pay dividends or repurchase their shares. The fund may invest up to 20% of its total assets in companies located in emerging (less developed) markets. It will invest at least 40% of its total assets in companies located in a number of countries outside the U.S. The fund is not required to allocate its investments in any set percentages in any particular countries.

Profile

Fund typeOpen Ended Investment Company
Investment style (stocks)
Market Cap: Large
Investment Style: Blend
Morningstar categoryWorld Stock
Launch date29/04/2008
Price currencyUSD
DomicileUnited States
SymbolCGVIX
Manager & start date
Harry Hartford
29/04/2008
Sarah Ketterer
29/04/2008
James Doyle
29/04/2008
Jonathan Eng
29/04/2008
Kevin Durkin
29/04/2008
Conor Muldoon
31/12/2010
Foster Corwith
31/12/2013
Alessandro Valentini
31/12/2013

Investment

Pricing frequencyDaily
Total net assets
50.08m USDAs of Mar 31 2014
Net expense ratio1.05%
Front end load--
Deferred load--
Redemption fee2.00%
Min. initial investment1,000,000 USD
Min. additional investment--
Initial IRA--
Additional IRA--
Available for saleUnited States

Diversification

Asset type

Non-US stock
58.56%
US stock
38.76%
Cash
2.68%
Other
0.00%
US bond
0.00%
Non-US bond
0.00%

Top 5 sectors

Financial Services
18.38%
Energy
13.55%
Industrials
12.69%
Healthcare
10.89%
Technology
9.49%

Top 5 Regions

United States
38.76%
Eurozone
19.53%
United Kingdom
14.86%
Japan
5.68%
Developed Asia
5.64%

Sector and region weightings are calculated using only long position holdings of the portfolio.

Sector & regional holdings

Top 5 holdings

Company1 year
change
Portfolio
weight
Long
allocation
UnitedHealth Group Inc
UNH:NYQ
+24.28%3.14%
Novartis AG--3.02%
Akzo Nobel NV--3.01%
Sanofi--3.00%
Oracle Corporation
ORCL:NYQ
+19.15%2.96%
As of Dec 31 2013.Data delayed by at least 15 minutes.Top 10 holdings

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