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This approach is for those who place dual emphasis on two objectives which must be balanced against each other due to their conflicting nature. The objectives for this option are as follows:
The portfolio is managed by a team of
Manning & Napier uses an active asset allocation process because we recognize that no single asset mix is likely to be appropriate in all market environments. Equity selection is the primary driver of the portfolio’s asset allocation and the Global Core Team determines day-to-day equity exposure. The level of fixed income allocation results from the bottom-up stock selections made by the Global Core Team. An active approach to asset allocation allows us the flexibility to take advantage of opportunities that arise in the marketplace, and adjust the portfolio to fundamental changes in the economic environment. We have more than 40 years of experience managing risk through this active approach.
The same proprietary bottom-up driven equity investment process has been used to build diversified portfolios of individual securities for more than four decades. Manning & Napier’s equity analysts first search the global investment universe using both bottom-up (company-specific) and top-down (macro) research to reduce the initial universe to a workable list of potential portfolio candidates. Next, companies are screened using bottom-up analysis to generate a formal list of portfolio candidates based on three selection strategies - Strategic Profile, Hurdle Rate, and Bankable Deal. If a company is a strategy fit, strict pricing disciplines are used to establish buy and sell targets based on fair market value. After that, the security is submitted to a peer review process where a minimum of two analysts have a financial stake in each stock that is recommended for the portfolio. Once the two analysts decide to formally recommend the security, it is presented to the Global Core Team, which determines whether to accept the security recommendation, put it on the “firedrill” list, or reject it. Equity holdings are continuously monitored for events that may require adjustments.
Our active approach to fixed income investing is based on the Fixed Income Group’s consistent application of a multi-step process with an objectives-driven emphasis on actively managing risk. First an economic overview is established which is used to determine duration and yield curve positioning. Security-specific analysis is then conducted based on what sectors are deemed to be most attractive given current market conditions. Purchased securities are continuously monitored and additional purchases or sales are evaluated based on security selection criteria and relative value. The Fixed Income Group includes
20% - 60% Equities
The portfolio will include a mix of stocks and bonds.
The Manning & Napier Growth with Reduced Volatility Composite is a weighted average of discretionary separately managed accounts, and may include proprietary mutual fund and collective investment trust fund accounts with a Growth with Reduced Volatility objective. Accounts in this composite must have a market value greater than $500,000 and tenure of at least one year under our management. Growth with Reduced Volatility is a blended investment objective that invests in equities, primarily U.S. with some non-U.S., and fixed income securities. The investment objective of accounts in this composite is to balance reduction of year-to-year volatility while seeking moderate capital growth. Equity exposure for accounts in this composite typically ranges from 20% to 60% with situational adjustments within this range at our discretion. Prior to 01/01/1986, the composite was based on the Blended Objectives Composite consisting of employee benefit accounts with a blended investment objective, including Growth with Reduced Volatility accounts. Net-of-fee returns are calculated based off of the effective fees of the accounts in the composite. They are after brokerage commissions, reinvested income, and advisory fees, but if applicable, before custodian costs and the fees of the investor’s Personal Financial Advisor. Also, accounts subject to solicitation fees may incur as much as 0.15% in additional expenses. Fees will vary with size and circumstances and these fee differentials would impact returns accordingly. Fees used for calculations are firmwide rates prior to 2001 and specific to this composite for 2001 onward. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Prior to 01/01/2009, proprietary mutual fund and collective investment trust fund accounts with a Growth with Reduced Volatility objective were excluded from the composite. This composite includes separately managed accounts that may have a portion of their assets invested in proprietary asset class mutual funds, which may be declined or may not be permitted through the selection of some custodial programs. All data are subject to revision.
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