Baird Mid Cap Growth honored by Envestnet and Investment Advisor
At the annual Envestnet Advisor Summit in May, the Baird Mid Cap Growth Strategy was honored as Manager of the Year for the Mid Cap asset class.
"We are honored to be recognized for this award," said Chuck Severson, Senior Portfolio Manager of the Baird Mid Cap Growth Strategy. "Helping advisors and clients achieve their goals is not only gratifying but has been a priority since our strategy was launched 25 years ago. We are committed to delivering superior investment results and client service."
The awards program, now in its 14th year, recognizes the top active managers in several asset categories for their outperformance and consistency. In selecting the award winners, Envestnet considered a broad spectrum of qualitative and quantitative criteria, including investment process and style, performance, firm profile and client service.
More about this honor can be found in the full Envestnet press release.
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All investments carry some level of risk, including loss of principal. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The Envestnet 2018 Asset Manager award is for the Mid Cap Growth category. The name of the awards, previously known as the Separately Managed Account (SMA) Manager and Strategist of the Year Awards, was changed this year to better reflect the scope of the asset management industry and allow for the inclusion of more categories. As in previous years, the award winners and finalists were selected using Envestnet | PMC’s multi-factor, proprietary, and systematic methodology for evaluating managers. This framework considers a broad spectrum of qualitative and quantitative criteria, including investment process and style, performance, firm profile, customer service, and tax efficiency.