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Appreciation Strategy Overview

June 2016

Portfolio Managers Scott Glasser and Michael Kagan explain the investment philosophy, investment process and key attributes of the Appreciation Strategy.

Scott Glasser

Co-Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager
28 Years experience
26 Years at ClearBridge

Michael Kagan

Portfolio Manager
34 Years experience
25 Years at ClearBridge

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