INTECH International Large Cap Core
Inception: November 01, 2006
INTECH's active strategies include U.S. Large Cap Growth, U.S. Enhanced Index, U.S. Large Cap Core, U.S. Large Cap Value, Global Large Cap Core, and International Large Cap Core. INTECH also offers a passive alternative Alpha Capture Index strategy. Portfolios can be constructed/benchmarked to either the S&P 500 Index®, the Russell 1000 Index®, MSCI USA Index Gross, MSCI Developed World Gross Index, MSCI EAFE Index, or their respective style subset indexes. The investment process underlying all INTECH active strategies is essentially the same; the universe of stocks from which the portfolio is constructed and the risk controls around the process differ based on the desired tracking error.
INTECH's active strategies are based on a mathematical theory that is the result of research done by Dr. Robert Fernholz and published in his 1982 paper, Stochastic Portfolio Theory and Stock Market Equilibrium. The innovative element of INTECH's approach derives from the fact that no estimates are necessary of the future rates of return of the stocks in the portfolio. INTECH's process, instead, attempts to exploit the natural volatility of stock prices to construct portfolios that seek to outperform a passive benchmark over the long term at low levels of relative risk.
INTECH offers equity investors a highly disciplined, mathematical investment strategy that seeks long-term returns in excess of the target benchmark, while attempting to reduce the risk of significant underperformance relative to the target benchmark.
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