The SouthernSun U.S. Value Fund seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by applying our proprietary methodology of analyzing small to mid capitalization companies based on financial strength, management adaptability, and niche dominance. In doing so, we look for companies we feel are trading at significant discounts to our view of their long-term value.
The fund generally holds between twenty (20) and forty (40) companies. No single name will be more than ten percent (10%) of the Fund’s market value. No single industry will be more than twenty-five percent (25%) of the Fund’s market value.
For more information, please contact:
SouthernSun Asset Management
6070 Poplar Avenue, Suite 300
Memphis, TN 38119
Telephone: +1 901 341 2700
Fax: +1 901 341 2701
NAV as of 03/24/2017
|SouthernSun U.S. Value Fund Y Class||$108.39|
|SouthernSun U.S. Value Fund A Class||$99.51|
|SouthernSun U.S. Value Fund I Class||$104.51|
Official Fund Documents
KIID Investor Class Shares
KIID Institutional Class Shares
KIID Y Class Shares
U.S. Value Fund Update December 2015
U.S. Value Fund Update June 2015
|Expense Ratio||1.80% CAP||1.60% CAP||1.15% CAP|
|Inception Date||30 Sept 2014||8 Oct 2014||28 Feb 2014|
Fund returns are net of fees.
Past performance is not indicative of future results.
The information contained herein concerns a sub-fund of SouthernSun Value Fund plc, an umbrella-type open-ended investment company authorized in Ireland as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities. SouthernSun Asset Management LLC is the investment manager.
There can be no assurance the the Fund’s investment objective will be achieved and investment results may vary substantially over time. This document is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to purchase shares in the Fund.
While stocks of mid-cap companies may be slightly less volatile than those of small-cap companies, they both still involve substantial risk. Small- and mid-cap companies may have limited product lines, markets or financial resources, and they may be dependent on a limited management group. Stocks of small- and mid-cap companies may be subject to more abrupt or erratic market movements than those of larger, more established companies or the market averages in general.