News & Updates
In an interview with Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers of CBSN, Eddie Brown discusses his Washington Post Op-Ed on racial inequity in corporate America. He details experiences that shape his perspective, and the events that motivate him to speak out at this time. Click to see the full interview on YouTube.
Following the death of George Floyd and the ensuing Black Lives Matter protests, Eddie Brown shares for the first time his experiences as a black man on Wall Street—and calls on corporate leaders across industries to offer minorities opportunities, not lip service.
Barron’s recently published a feature-length Q&A with Eddie Brown, titled “Eddie Brown’s Fund Beat 99% of Its Peers by Picking Exceptional Stocks — and Employees.” In a far-ranging interview, writer Sarah Rose and Eddie discuss the founding of Brown Capital, the challenges of minorities and women in asset management, the characteristics of an Exceptional Growth Company and Eddie’s legacy.
Click here to read the article, and let us know what you think.
With normal routines radically disrupted, and with many nations and U.S. states shut down or implementing stay-at-home policies, it is safe to say that our collective perspective is currently looking out a small number of weeks at most. Time, it seems, has contracted. Now, when our collective attention is on the immediate, I would like to unpack what we mean by long-termism—what happens when, as investors, we look 3 to 5 years out.
During market shocks, it is particularly important to separate out company fundamentals from plunging investor sentiment and uncertain macroeconomics. Here are some of the questions we are asking as we analyze what impact, if any, coronavirus may have on the long-term growth of the companies we hold.
Barron’s recently published a feature story profiling our International Small Company Fund. Click here to read the article, and let us know what you think.
The Brown Capital Management team is undergoing some exciting changes. First, we have made two key hires, with Michael L. Forster, CPA, CGMA, joining us as chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO), and Michele L. Ennis joining us as a marketing coordinator. Second, Keith A.
Bob Hall was an exceptional investor and an even better human being.
On October 26, Brown Capital Management lost our friend and mentor, Robert E. Hall. Over the course of a career spanning more than 50 years, including 25 years at Brown Capital, Bob proved himself to be one of the handful of legendary investors in our industry.
IBD recently profiled the Brown Capital Small Company Fund in an article called “These Stocks Drive No. 1 Performing Small-Cap Growth Fund Over Past 15 Years.”