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Our parent firm, Waddell & Reed Financial, Inc., is home to a proven investment organization that uses a dynamic process designed to uncover investable ideas every day.
It's a process the investment team, encompassing our affiliate Ivy Investment Management Co., started decades ago. Today, it is integral to what we believe to be the best culture for investment management - one that stresses group collaboration to create our best thinking, and individual portfolio manager accountability to implement it.
With a team of analysts assigned to companies, industries and sectors around the world, regardless of geography, this daily interactions uncovers key ideas daily on behalf of investors.
Our affiliates’ investment process is built upon these values:
Collaboration & Accountability
The exchange of information makes portfolio managers more knowledgeable. Individual accountability holds them to the highest standards.
Wealth is built by protecting assets in challenging markets through an unrelenting focus on risk management.
Our affiliate does its own research throughout the world, analyzing companies rather than relying solely on widely available research produced by others.
Ivy Investment Management Company serves as investment advisor to the Ivy Funds, Ivy Variable Insurance Portfolios, and Ivy InvestEd 529 Plan Portfolios.
2018 year-end capital gains distributions for the IVY FUNDS® are now available. The majority of distributions were paid on Dec. 13. The Ivy Managed International Opportunities Fund and Ivy Wilshire Global Allocation Fund are expected to pay on Dec. 18.Download 2018 Distributions
The Waddell & Reed Advisors Funds have merged into funds with substantially similar objectives and strategies in the affiliated Ivy Funds mutual funds family. Find historical data on each Waddell & Reed Advisors Fund from its inception through its merge date.View Historical Data
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