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Keith Creveling, CFA
Ted Harlan, CFA
8 Investment Analysts
3 Client Portfolio Managers
The Global Concentrated Growth strategy seeks to invest in companies demonstrating accelerating growth with market capitalizations of $3 billion or more located primarily in developed markets including the United States.
The portfolio represents our best ideas in the global market and is designed to provide a higher alpha alternative for global allocations, and typically holding 35 to 50 securities.
Investment capabilities are available to institutional clients through separate accounts, sub-advised portfolios and commingled vehicles. Please contact us for availability in your region.
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Sources: MSCI Inc., FactSet
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Portfolio managers are not licensed by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to perform any regulated function in or from Hong Kong. Furthermore, none of the portfolio managers are located in or operate in or from Hong Kong.
Data reflects past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The value of investments may fluctuate. Data assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.
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For purposes of compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards ("GIPS®"), the Firm is defined as American Century Investment Management, Inc. ("ACIM"). ACIM claims compliance with GIPS®. The Global Concentrated Growth Equity composite includes all portfolios managed using a concentrated growth investment strategy primarily targeting large U.S. companies and large non-U.S. companies in developed countries. Index futures (and currency forwards and futures, where applicable or appropriate) are occasionally used to equitize cash and manage portfolio risk. Other derivative instruments may be used, as allowed, as part of the investment strategy. Returns are calculated and stated in U.S. dollars and may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuation.