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Win Murray on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” (03.18.20)

March 18, 2020

Portfolio Manager Win Murray appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Ally” to discuss how the firm views market volatility as bottom-up value investors and the sectors he finds attractive.

The holdings mentioned comprise the following percentages of the Fund’s total net assets as of 12/31/2019:

SecurityOakmark Select Fund
Ally Financial6.5%
Alphabet Cl A7.1%
Bank of America5.4%
Capital One Financial4.7%
CBRE Group Cl A9.0%
Charter Communications Cl A4.9%
Citigroup7.3%
Fiat Chrysler4.7%
Goldman Sachs0%
Hilton Worldwide2.7%
JPMorgan Chase0%
Lear3.4%
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals4.8%
TE Connectivity4.3%
Wells Fargo0%

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