Capital Group and American Funds, its affiliate company is recognized in 2016 by Morningstar and Lipper Fund Awards for excellence. Such acknowledgments in the investment funds management industry aren’t easily earned and require years of expertise in system development and structure. Capital Group Companies, LLC is proving their ability to successfully manage and grow investments, with nearly 86 years of experience. Janet Yang, CFA published an article saying that the firm and its subsidiaries are one of the strongest stewards of investors’ capital. She attributed the firm’s overall success to Timothy Armour, other portfolio managers, and board members for their hard work.
In April of last year, American Funds received Grade A rating by Morningstar, and Capital Group won seven Lipper Funds Awards. Morningstar recognized American Funds for creating a driven corporate culture and structured multimanager system; and running a successful management firm. Its rating is the highest grade based on the firm’s ability to introduce new funds of funds and maintain reputable regulatory standards. Morningstar considers the history of management firms; fees and incentives of fund managers; and the quality of funds.
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Capital Group Companies, LLC isn’t a stranger to Lipper Fund Awards, for the firm has received honors three consecutive years. On March 22nd, Lipper honored eight funds in the American Funds Target Date Retirement Series as the Best Mixed Asset Target Funds. Seven funds were recognized for multiple time frames and one fund for a single period, according an announcement made by the company. Over the past sixty plus years, the historical investment management company is using the multimanager system, which is effective for their managers. As of the third quarter in 2015, the firm and its affiliates reported management of funds at more than $1.4 trillion in assets.
According to Janet Yang, the Capital Group implemented the multimanager investing system in the 1950’s, creating a culture and identity. Its structure is designed for 12 or more managers, analysts, and/or financial advisors to manage overall aspects of a fund portfolio. Their managers develop diverse and less volatile funds; and help investors remain in those funds through its term regardless of market conditions. The system is proven to have minimum risks and to safeguard investments through the terms of maturity. Capital Group and all their subsidiary companies are leading the industry for its funds and receiving honors for their hard work.