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US Large Cap Growth Equity Fund
Seeking to identify investments with the potential to deliver double-digit earnings growth.
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Fund Summary
Deliver long-term returns from attractive U.S. companies with high-quality earnings streams, strong free cash flow growth and shareholder-oriented management.
31-Mar-2022 - Taymour Tamaddon, Portfolio Manager,

We took advantage of indiscriminate selling in the growth space to add exposure to names that we believe offer aggressive growth potential or that have a proven history as high-quality compounders. We moved to reduce our bets in stocks with emerging headwinds that could suppress multiples in the near term.

Information Technology

Disruptive business models and technologies within the sector continue to present compelling investment opportunities. Secular demand for public cloud computing services continues to be a growth driver. We also continue to favor companies driven by the convergence of communications and computing, including internet software companies, and those that will benefit from broad global tailwinds in digital payments.

  • We purchased shares of enterprise software company Atlassian. We like the company's strong management team, impressive product portfolio, and large opportunity set. We also appreciate the long growth runway Atlassian has as it benefits from emerging software development trends, cloud migration, and a low-cost flywheel sales model. In our view, the stock carries significant upside potential given the recent pullback in growth-oriented names.
  • We bought shares of Fiserv on relative weakness. The stock continued to suffer from negative sentiment regarding the potential disruption of the fintech space by new competitors. We are optimistic about Fiserv's growth potential as mobile banking penetration continues to increase and as the company's point-of-sale platform, Clover, expands as a share of revenue.
  • We sold shares of software-as-a-service leader Splunk. While we still see Splunk as a category-defining company in the machine data collection and analysis space, we recognize the potential for a protracted executive search and transition timeline following the CEO's unexpected departure. The company is also in the midst of a challenging transition from on-premise to cloud-based services.

Communication Services

Within the sector, we are focused on companies that are benefiting from the shift of advertising spending to digital and social media channels. We also favor wireless communication services firms with strong company-specific growth prospects and competitive advantages or differentiated business models.

  • We sold shares of Meta Platforms in light of emerging long-term risks to the business, including rising competitive threats and shifting consumer social media behavior. The company also continues to face privacy headwinds from app tracking transparency initiatives that have hurt industrywide advertising revenues. While we have confidence in the company's mitigation efforts, Meta's advanced, hyper-optimized advertising solutions mean that the company faces a deeper reset than others as it designs workarounds to restore the signal loss. Meta is one of two leading platforms that we expect to benefit from a multi-decade transition from offline to online advertising, and it offers investors a rare combination of scale, growth, and profitability at an attractive valuation with multiple catalysts that include a collection of under-monetized surfaces and social commerce initiatives.

Health Care

We remain focused on finding opportunities to take advantage of lasting trends such as managed care industry consolidation, innovations in medical equipment, and robotic technology. In therapeutics, our emphasis is on select companies that have strong fundamentals and the potential to bring additional new drugs to market in areas with large, unmet clinical needs.

  • We sold shares of hospital operator HCA Healthcare in order to fund purchases of attractively valued names elsewhere in the portfolio. In our view, the stock's risk/reward profile is less favorable coming off of an exceptional 2021 as coronavirus tailwinds begin to fade. Over the long term, we continue to have a favorable view of HCA due to its excellent management team, strategic long-term capital deployment strategy, and attractive geographic mix.

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