Davis Global ADR SMA Portfolio
- Davis Global ADR Portfolio Commentary
- Fact Sheet
- Quarterly Review Book
- Davis Global ADR SMA: Selective. Attractive Growth. Undervalued.
|Results from Inception through 12/31/22|
|Global Equity SMA Composite (Gross)||5.99%|
|MSCI ACWI® Index||6.57%|
|Global Equity SMA Composite (Net of fees)||2.86%|
The Davis Global ADR SMA Portfolio
Davis Global ADR SMA Portfolio is a portfolio of attractive businesses from around the world selected using the time-tested Davis Investment Discipline. As the largest investor in the strategy, we have a unique commitment to client stewardship.1
Why Invest in the Davis Global ADR SMA Portfolio
Equity-Focused Research Firm:
Established in 1969, Davis is a leading specialist in equity investing. Our primary focus on equity research and unique investment discipline has built wealth for our clients over the long term.
Portfolio of Best of Breed Businesses:
The Portfolio invests in businesses in the U.S. and abroad, from both developed and developing markets. Utilizing rigorous independent research, we invest in durable, well-managed businesses with sustainable competitive advantages and attractive long-term growth prospects, selling at a discount to their true value.
Flexible, Opportunistic Approach:
We believe a bottom-up stock selection process and not mirroring the benchmark index are keys to long-term outperformance.
We Are Among the Largest Investors:1
We have a unique commitment to stewardship, generating attractive long-term results, managing risks and minimizing fees.
Danton Goei: 24 years with Davis Advisors
Global ADR SMA portfolio invests in only a select group of well-researched companies
Global ADR SMA portfolio companies have grown faster than the index
Global ADR SMA portfolio companies are 36% less expensive than the index
5-Year EPS Growth**
Performance as of 12/31/22
|Average Annual Total Returns
as of December 31, 2022
Global Equity SMA Composite
|MSCI ACWI Index||9.76%||-18.36%||-18.36%||4.00%||5.22%||6.57%|
* YTD is not annualized.
The performance presented represents past performance and is not a guarantee of future results. Total return assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gain distributions. Investment return and principal value will vary so that, when redeemed, an investor’s account may be worth more or less than their original cost. Current performance may be higher or lower. Total return updates are available quarterly. Please ask your financial advisor to contact Davis Advisors.
Portfolio Characteristics as of 12/31/22
Geographically Diverse Portfolio
|North & Central America Ex U.S.||5.5%|
Market Cap Breakdown
|Less than $3 Billion||7.2%||0.4%|
|Greater than $10 Billion||90.6%||92.5%|
|Number of Holdings||32||2,883|
|Median Market Cap ($bn)||42.3||10.1|
|Weighted Average Market Cap ($bn)||132.8||259.1|
Top 10 Holdings
|Danske Bank||Denmark||Largest bank in Denmark serving more than 5 million retail customers|
|Ping An Insurance||China||A leader in retail financial services and the largest insurer in Asia|
|DBS Group Holdings||Singapore||Largest bank in Singapore and among the largest in developed Asia|
|Wells Fargo||United States||One of the largest banks in the U.S.|
|Naspers||South Africa||A media conglomerate that operates a leading pay television business in South and Sub-Saharan Africa and holds interests in a range of e-commerce businesses around the world|
|Meta Platforms||United States||The largest social media company in the world with more than 2 billion daily users.|
|AIA Group||Hong Kong||2nd largest life insurer in China with operations throughout Asia-Pacific offering financial services to a large, under-penetrated addressable market|
|Julius Baer Group||Switzerland||A premier private bank serving ultrahigh net worth clients|
|Prosus||Netherlands||A global consumer internet company and spin-off of South African e-commerce group, Naspers|
|Teck Resources||Canada||A 100-year-old diversified Canadian mining company with a focus on materials used in decarbonization|
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|Insights into the Portfolio|
|Fact Sheet||Download Share||
Goals of the Portfolio, top holdings, characteristics and Portfolio attributes.
|Quarterly Review Book: Davis Global ADR SMA||Download Share||
A comprehensive quarterly update on the Portfolio, including commentary on investment strategy, performance and Portfolio statistics, and holdings.
|Davis Global ADR SMA: Selective. Attractive Growth. Undervalued.||Download Share||
Our companies are rigorously researched, offer attractive growth and yet are significantly undervalued versus the benchmark – A powerful combination.
|Davis Global ADR Portfolio Commentary - Winter Update 2023||Download View Share||
A quarterly discussion of the market environment, Portfolio performance, major positions, and investment opportunities.
This material may be shared with existing and potential clients to provide information concerning market conditions and the investment strategies and techniques used by Davis Advisors to manage its client accounts. Please refer to Davis Advisors Form ADV Part 2 for more information regarding investment strategies, risks, fees, and expenses. Clients should also review other relevant material, including a schedule of investments listing securities held in their account.
1As of December 31, 2022.
2Gross of fees. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
** The Attractive Growth and Undervalued reference relates to underlying characteristics of the portfolio holdings. There is no guarantee that the Fund performance will be positive as equity markets are volatile and an investor may lose money. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. Performance may vary. Five-Year EPS Growth Rate is the average annualized earning per share growth for a company over the past five years. The values for the portfolio and index are the weighted average of the five-year EPS Growth Rates of the stocks in the portfolio or index. Forward Price/Earnings (Forward P/E) Ratio is a stock’s current price divided by the company’s forecasted earnings for the following 12 months. The values for the portfolio and index are the weighted average of the P/E ratios of the stocks in the portfolio or index.
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