Batterymarch Releases Large Cap Value Strategy

December 17, 2007 ( - Batterymarch Financial Management, a Boston-based institutional equity manager, has launched a US large capitalization value equity portfolio.

A news release said the new offering uses quantitative techniques to model the investment disciplines of fundamental investors and uses consistent, objective criteria to analyze a universe of stocks daily.

Batterymarch’s value universe includes approximately 1,800 stocks ranging from deep value to growth-at-a-reasonable-price, according to the company. Multiple risk controls, integrated throughout the investment process, help limit performance volatility, while cost-effective trading strategies are designed for maximum preservation of alpha.

“We have adapted our core US Large Cap investment approach – in place since 1991 – to meet the unique demands of a style mandate,” said Thomas Linkas, the firm’s chief investment officer, in the news release. “In our view, one of the keys to long-term outperformance for this product is its large investment universe, which reflects the full array of value-oriented stocks. Our goal is to identify value stocks that can do well across a variety of market cycles, so our multidimensional stock selection model analyzes this universe using both growth and value measures.”

Batterymarch is a subsidiary of Legg Mason, Inc.

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