The latest news from American Century Investments involves the addition of a new executive. The company has hired Tom Clapham to run its Asia-Pacific business. He will replace Tony Archer, who is retiring at the end of 2021. While he couldn’t be reached for comment, he was previously with Aviva Investors.
The firm manages $100 billion in assets. It has an asset allocation strategy that focuses on equity securities, while maintaining a portion of assets in short-term investments and fixed-income securities. The company focuses on generating higher returns while minimizing volatility. It is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, and employs approximately 1,300 people.
American Century Investments is a leading investment management firm that has been helping investors achieve their financial goals for over 40 years. It serves institutional investors, corporations, and investment professionals. The firm has nearly two million individual clients and manages their portfolios through a range of investment disciplines. The company’s innovative technology solutions and expertise are used by thousands of clients and investment professionals.
The company is a global asset manager with a focus on delivering investment results and building long-term client relationships. It employs over 1,400 professionals worldwide and serves financial professionals, corporations, and individuals. The firm’s executives include Jonathan S. Thomas and Victor Zhang. The company donates over 40% of its dividends to nonprofit organizations like the Stowers Institute for Medical Research.
In addition to managing mutual funds, American Century invests in several asset classes. It manages target date funds, fixed income funds, and liquid alternative funds. In addition, in 2015, the firm launched a liquid alternative fund and renamed its existing Equity Market Neutral Fund as AC Alternatives Equity Market Neutral Fund.