Cadence Capital Management

About

About

Cadence uses a proprietary quantitative model that seeks to invest in high-quality growth investment strategies across the capitalization spectrum.

AMG Funds From This Firm

MECIX

Cadence Emerging Companies Fund

Seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing in primarily U.S. small cap, emerging companies that have improving fundamentals and reasonable valuations.

View Fund Details

MCMFX

Cadence Mid Cap Fund

Seeks capital appreciation by investing in U.S. companies with medium-market capitalizations that have improving fundamentals and reasonable valuations.

View Fund Details

Approach & Philosophy

Philosophy and Approach

Our Philosophy

Cadence believes that a company’s improving fundamentals signals the potential for price appreciation, and that a reasonable valuation enhances the potential for reward at reduced risk. They view stock selection as critical for achieving above-average results, and believe that a highly disciplined process promotes repeatability.

Our Approach

Cadence relies on a proprietary quantitative model along with fundamental analysis:

  • Employs a “growth-at-a-reasonable-price” strategy, allowing it to invest in companies that exhibit both growth and value characteristics
  • Companies are analyzed for factors such as strength of management, competitive industry position, business prospects and improving earnings fundamentals
  • Invests in companies that have improving fundamentals and reasonable valuations

Fund Managers

Fund Managers

Robert L. Fitzpatrick, CFA

Senior Portfolio Manager

Read Full Bio

Michael J. Skillman

Chief Executive Officer, Portfolio Manager

Read Full Bio

Robert E. Ginsberg

Managing Director, Portfolio Manager

Read Full Bio

Insights

Insights

4 Things to Know About Estate Tax

Federal estate tax can be an overly complex issue that investors need to pay close attention to. Estates grow, laws change and so investors need to ensure that they have a long-term view and plan in case the tax becomes relevant to them.
Read Full Perspective

Laying a Bigger Nest Egg

The current investment environment makes retirement nest eggs less effective than many retirees had hoped. Understanding potential retirement income shortfalls is a critical first step. The hard part–developing a plan to avoid that shortfall–comes next.
Read Full Perspective

The Phases of Retirement: Updating Your Finances for Your Changing Lifestyle

As people live longer and healthier lives, retirement income and distribution strategies require a flexible approach that provides for changing needs over time.
Read Full Perspective
  Back To Top