Value investing redefined

The Oakmark family of mutual funds is an extension of Harris Associates’ value-focused approach to investing. For more about our selection of funds, visit Oakmark.com.

The Oakmark Funds

111 South Wacker Drive, Suite 4600
Chicago, Illinois 60606
1-800-OAKMARK (625-6275)

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David G. Herro, CFA

Partner, Deputy Chairman, Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer-International Equities

  • Portfolio Manager of the Oakmark International Fund, Oakmark International Small Cap Fund, Oakmark Global Fund and Oakmark Global Select Fund
  • Portfolio Manager of the International, International Small Cap, Global, Global All Cap, Global Concentrated and Japan Strategies
  • Vice President, Oakmark Funds
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 1983
  • M.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1985
  • Portfolio Manager with The State of Wisconsin Investment Board, 1989-92; and The Principal Financial Group, 1986-89
  • 37 years investment experience
  • Joined Harris Associates in 1992

News + Insights

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Oakmark International Celebrates 30th Anniversary

September 30, 2022

Portfolio Manager David Herro commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Oakmark International Fund by reflecting on its history and sharing the importance of having...

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David Herro on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” (09.27.22)

September 27, 2022

Portfolio Manager David Herro discussed why he is finding opportunities in international equities on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”

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David Herro on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” (07.19.22)

July 19, 2022

Portfolio Manager David Herro talked about how long-term investors can navigate the current market environment along with opportunities in international markets on CNBC’s “Squawk...

We do value investing differently

At Harris Associates, we don’t have an opinion about how equities will perform this year, if a recession will start or if the political parties will produce pro-growth candidates for 2020. As long-term investors, we don’t think it matters.