Capital Guardian ranks first in investment quality survey

Williamson, Christine
June 2003
Pensions & Investments;6/9/2003, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p3
Los Angeles, California-based Capital Guardian Trust Co. has the highest "investment quality" of any money manager, a survey by rating agency Casey, Quirk & Acito (CQA) LLC shows. More than 250 money managers, plan sponsors, consultants and financial advisers responded to the survey. 67% of consultants and plan sponsors and 77% of money managers agreed that investment quality is much more important today than in the past. Using responses to the survey, CQA picked three factors contributing most heavily to investment quality: investment process, capability and experience of investment professionals, and stability of the investment management team.


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