|As of 12/31/22||Inception Date|
|QTD||YTD||1 Year||3 Year||5 Year||10 Year||Since Inception|
|Quantitative U.S. Small Cap Equity (Gross)||11.4%||-7.5%||-7.5%||10.1%||8.1%||N/A||7.9%||11/30/2017|
|Quantitative U.S. Small Cap Equity (Net)||11.2%||-8.4%||-8.4%||9.0%||7.1%||N/A||7.0%|
Calendar Year Returns
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GIM believes that a benchmark-agnostic portfolio of small cap stocks, constructed with a disciplined blend of proprietary multi-factor models and downside risk screens, may achieve long-term performance.
Quantitative discipline; fundamental insight Models based on intuitive fundamentals that drive performance
Proprietary, diversified models for each sector Unique multi-factor stock selection models for buying and selling
Downside risk screens Proprietary earnings surprise indicators, quality of earnings and stock price volatility
Benchmark-agnostic position weights Minimizes single-stock risk; avoids bias toward expensive stocks
Integrates top-down and bottom-up analysis Target +/- 2% of industry group weightings relative to benchmark.
ESG integrated: Thoughtful application of material Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria ESG factors, such as proprietary ESG momentum, are incorporated into stock selection models
Continuity of senior Small Cap team since strategy inception Inception date of November 30, 2017
Summary Investment Guidelines
- Universe: Russell 2000 Index
- Benchmark: Russell 2000 Index
- 80-140 holdings
- Maximum position size: 2% for any security
- Sector: +/–3% vs. Russell 2000 Index
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