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News and Announcements

Gerardo Zamorano, Director of Investments at Brandes, discusses Argentina's request of the International Monetary Fund to speed up disbursements from its $50 billion credit line.   Read More
Two of four Brandes UCITS funds have received a Morningstar Analyst RatingTM of Silver, which covers “high-conviction recommendations” by Morningstar. The Brandes Emerging Markets Value Fund and the Brandes European Value Fund draw on the company's 40+ years of experience in global value investing.    Read More
Portfolio managers like Luiz Sauerbronn at Brandes Investment Partners are confining their European banking holdings to well-capitalized companies until the picture clears.    Read More
Portfolio managers like Luiz Sauerbronn at Brandes Investment Partners are confining their European banking holdings to well-capitalized companies until the picture clears.   Read More
Brandes Investment Partners (Europe) Limited announced it has hired Adam Mac Nulty as Institutional Client Portfolio Manager, based in the firm’s Dublin office. In this role, Mr. Mac Nulty will work with institutional clients and consultants in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa ("EMEA") region to provide insights and interpretation of the firm’s value investing philosophy and portfolio strategies.   Read More
Brexit concerns have driven valuations of many domestically focused U.K. companies to financial-crisis lows, according to Amelia Morris, CFA, Director, Investments Group at Brandes.   Read More
Citing the Brandes Institute study “Value vs. Glamour: A Global Phenomenon,” this Markets & Money article highlights the importance of valuations to long-term investment returns.   Read More
A number of global investors, including Brandes’ Gerardo Zamorano, CFA, discuss why the Brazilian equity market appears attractive despite the political scandal involving President Michel Temer.   Read More
After a prolonged difficult period, value stocks regained some lost ground in 2016, with major value indices outperforming their growth counterparts for the year. Brandes explores whether value is poised for a rebound.   Read More
Brandes believes market reaction to the corruption scandal involving Brazil President Michel Temer has been excessive.   Read More

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