- Invests primarily in mid-capitalization equities utilizing an absolute return based framework
- Comprised of 30-40 holdings with low average turnover since inception of 27.4%
- Focused on mid-size, high quality businesses with sustainable earnings growth and conservative balance sheets
Source: Morningstar Direct℠ as of December 31, 2020
|Market Cap (Wtd Avg)||Market Cap (Median)||Price/Earnings Ratio (TTM)||Price/Book Ratio||Current Yield||Return on Assets||Return on Equity||Active Share|
|EIC Mid-Cap Value||$15.9B||$13.5B||17.4x||1.8x||3.0%||1.9%||8.4%||94.6%|
|Russell Midcap® Value Index||$18.0B||$8.6B||26.6x||2.8x||2.1%||2.7%||8.0%||–|
Midcap® Value Index
as of 12/31/20
*EIC results are those of its Mid-Cap Value SMA Composite. Gross returns for the composite are “pure” gross returns and do not reflect the deduction of any expenses, including trading costs, and are presented as supplemental information to a GIPS® Composite Report, which can be found below. Net returns are calculated by reducing pure gross returns with an assumed annual SMA fee of 3.0%, applied monthly. All returns include the reinvestment of dividends and interest. Indexes are unmanaged, do not incur management fees, costs and expenses, and cannot be invested in directly. Past performance is not indicativeof future results. MCV strategy inception: January 1, 2004
Portfolio data is from a representative Mid-Cap Value account and is presented as supplemental to a GIPS® Composite Report that is considered an integral part of the above presentation. Individual portfolio characteristics may vary from that of the representative portfolio. All statistics except for Weighted Average Market Capitalization, Current Yield, Active Share and Annual Turnover are median values. Current Yield of a stock is the annual dividend per share divided by price per share. Price/Earnings Ratio shows the multiple of earnings at which a stock sells as determined by the ratio of the company’s most recent month-end share price to the company’s earnings per share for the trailing twelve months (TTM). Price/Book ratio shows a company’s most recent month-end share price to the company’s book value per share for the trailing twelve months. Book value is the total assets of a company, less total liabilities. Return on Assets is the percentage a company earns on its assets in a given year. Net income divided by total assets shows how effectively a company uses its assets to generate profits. Return on Equity is the percentage a company earns on shareholders equity. Net income divided by average shareholder’s equity indicates how effectively management has invested shareholder’s equity. Active Share measures the percentage of holdings in a representative Mid-Cap Value portfolio that differ from the benchmark holdings either in name or weight at December 31, 2020. Annual Turnover represents the average percentage of a representative portfolio’s holdings that have changed annually since the strategy’s inception.
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