Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strausshas provided value-oriented investment strategies to institutional investors, mutual funds, and family offices since 1979. Today, clients representing more than $80 billion in assets rely on Barrow Hanley to manage equity and fixed income portfolios with the same rigor and discipline that has resulted in the outperformance of Barrow Hanley's flagship large cap value equity strategy for more than 30 years. Please take a moment to learn more about the investment philosophy and process that Barrow Hanley uses to manage value equity and fixed income portfolios.
Does Value Work in Emerging Markets?
Value Equity Management
By exploiting the inefficiencies inherent in the equity market, Barrow Hanley seeks to produce returns in excess of the broad market with risk below the market, across all capitalization ranges. The Barrow Hanley value equity strategies emphasize strict adherence to style, internally-generated fundamental research, low portfolio turnover, and active, prudently-concentrated portfolios.
Fixed Income Management
The Barrow Hanley fixed income strategies emphasize the fundamental role of fixed income in traditional institutional portfolios and seeks to protect assets, while producing a predictable stream of income. Portfolios are constructed on a bottom-up basis and credit selection is enhanced by Barrow Hanley's firm-wide research process.