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Why Avantis Investors?

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Our strategies share a common investment approach that combines a philosophy based on financial science with expert implementation aimed at increasing expected returns* and managing risks.

Decades of Real-World Experience

The leadership team has decades of experience delivering repeatable and effective investment solutions across geographies and through different market cycles. The team is well recognized by investors worldwide.

Choice of Optimal Investment Vehicles

Our goal is to deliver low-cost, broadly diversified solutions in mutual fund, ETF and separate account formats so that financial professionals and investors can choose the optimal vehicle to fit their clients’ circumstances.

Built on a Solid Foundation with a Unique Purpose

Avantis Investors is backed by American Century Investments®, a $168* billion asset manager with a reputation for client care, stewardship and stability—bringing great scale to our efforts and allowing a long-term focus. *As of 6/30/2019

Designed to Help Advisors Help Their Clients

We focus on providing the necessary information to make investment decisions and support meaningful conversations with your clients.

  • Solutions designed to add value while achieving broad diversification, that fit seamlessly into asset allocations
  • Choice of vehicles to help provide solutions for taxable and tax-deferred assets
  • Dedicated client service and communications support for advisors
  • Experienced team with flat structure and client-first mentality
  • Corporate structure aligned with a long-term focus and supporting a noble purpose
  • Attractive pricing
 
 
 
 
 

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*Expected Returns: Valuation theory shows that the expected return of a security is a function of its current price, its book equity (assets minus liabilities) and expected future profits. We use information in current market prices and company financials to identify differences in expected returns among securities, seeking to overweight securities with higher expected returns based on this current market information. Actual returns may be different than expected returns, and there is no guarantee that the strategy will be successful.