Series Fund

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Series Fund

A mutual fund with multiple portfolios. Series funds are designed to spread their investments out among multiple sectors so as to diversify and reduce risk.
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The banking firm's head of communications for Banking and Financial Services Group, Irene O'Brien, said, 'Through Macquarie Funds Group, the Macquarie Professional Series funds will now have access to international flows and distribution.
Author Jean-Jacques is a former senior analyst with the Mutual Series funds, the mutual funds managed by legendary value investor Michael Price, who set the standard for value investing during the 1990s.
The addition of Russell's Target Date Series increases our asset allocation offerings, which already include the First Mercantile LifeStyle Funds, and the Russell LifePoint Portfolio Series Funds.
The RiverSource Retirement Plus, Income Builder, and Portfolio Builder Series funds are "funds of funds" comprised of holdings in several different RiverSource Funds, which may include small-cap, mid-cap, large-cap, money market, international, bond, and/or sector funds.
At the same time, the company is also expanding the number of Northwestern Mutual Series Funds available to contract owners by adding two additional funds to its variable products.
Doll joined MLIM in 1999, where he served as President and Chief Investment Officer and was the Senior Fund Manager of the Merrill Lynch Large Cap Series Funds.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bank of New York today announced it has been appointed by the Franklin Mutual Series Funds Inc.
O'Leary joins AIG American General from MassMutual Financial Group, where he served in multiple roles, including Senior Vice President and head of the Annuity Business and LifeBridge, Chairman of MassMutual's Trust Company, and President of the MML I and MML II Series Funds.
The Prestige Advisor Series funds are managed by INVESCO, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Inc.
Because each management group works independently and adheres to different investment approaches, Franklin, Templeton and Mutual Series funds typically have very distinct portfolios.
Gould, portfolio manager of Franklin Templeton Fund Allocator Series, "an investor can obtain a diversified portfolio from the Franklin Templeton Group, which includes Franklin, Templeton, and Mutual Series funds, actively and professionally managed on a continuous basis, at a level of risk that reflects the investor's own risk/return profile and investment time horizon.