Karl Brewer has an MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He started his financial career working for Lehman Brothers before co-founding William Blair in 1996 where he is a portfolio manager in the small and mid cap growth team.
Robert Lanphier studied at Purdue University in Indiana and at the Northwestern University Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He started out as a consultant and corporate planner at Emerson Electrical in 1982 before moving to William Blair in 1987 where is currently an analyst and portfolio manager.
Matthew Litfin has an MBA from Harvard University. He started his career in the financial industry in 1993 as a municipal bond analyst at John Nuveen & Co. After a two year stint he joined William Blair where he started as a sell-side research analyst and is now a portfolio manager in the small and mid cap growth team.
The fund seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund invests primarily in common stocks of small and medium-sized companies in the United States that are expected to experience solid growth in earnings.
Rank 5/27 Total Return
Rank 14/27 Standard Deviation
Rank 13/27 Max Drawdown
|3||BlackRock US Opportunities A Acc||
|4||Schroder US Mid Cap A Acc||
|5||William Blair SICAV US Small-Mid Cap Growth I GBP||
|6||T Rowe US Smaller Companies Equity Q GBP||
|7||Threadneedle American Smaller Cos Ret Net Acc GBX||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- United Kingdom
- Launch date04/10/2013
- Share Class size08Mn
- Base currencyGBP
- Min. initial investment0
- Min. additional investment0
- Annual management1.5%
- Initial investment0