Money Managers Announce Merger

August 2006
Investment Management Weekly;8/21/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 33, p1
The article reports that Todd Investment Advisors and Fort Washington Investment Advisors have announced plans to merge the Fort Washington large-capital value strategy into Todd Investment's relative value equity strategy. Officials with the firms states that the two strategies approach investments in a similar fashion, with a focus on high quality, undervalued large-capital stocks and a goal to outperform their benchmarks over a full market cycle.


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