Neuberger Berman brings US Large Cap Value fund to Europe

Eli Salzmann and David Levine

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Manager David Levine said "inflationary expansion" will continue
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Manager David Levine said "inflationary expansion" will continue

Neuberger Berman has added to its UCITS range with the launch of its US Large Cap Value strategy in Europe.

The Neuberger Berman US Large Cap Value fund, which has a track record dating back to 2012, is managed by New York-based portfolio managers Eli Salzmann and David Levine, with the support of 38 senior research analysts. Salzmann, who has been at Neuberger Berman for 11 years, said: "As some of last year's unknowns become knowns, it is likely that the changing market environment will spur volatility, thus creating opportunities within the value investing space. We believe that equities remain the most attractive asset class over the long term, given their potential to generate capital app...

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