Tweedy, Browne

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Tweedy, Browne Company LLC is an American investment advisory and fund management firm founded in 1920 and headquartered in Stamford, CT.[1] As of December 2012, it managed approximately 13 billion dollars in separate accounts and four mutual funds. [2] All of the funds are managed in accordance to the principles of Value Investing as popularized by Benjamin Graham. The firm's managing directors included well-known value investor Christopher H. Browne, author of The Little Book of Value Investing. Browne died on December 13, 2009. [3] The managers of Tweedy, Browne also published a number of freely available papers about investment strategies. [4]

In 1997 Tweedy, Browne was purchased by the holding company Affiliated Managers Group for $300 million.[5]


  1. ^ LLC, Tweedy, Browne Company. "Tweedy, Browne: Shareholder Services: Contact Us". Retrieved 2017-08-23.
  2. ^ AdviserInfo.SEC.GOV: Tweedy Browne
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  4. ^ Tweedy, Browne: Papers and Speeches
  5. ^ Kahn, Virginia (November 16, 1997). "A Ticket to the Fast Lanes Of Money Management". The New York Times. Retrieved November 22, 2011.

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