MEET | Our Mid-Cap Managers

Carillon Tower offers two compelling, complementary mid-cap options to investors seeking to improve their long game. Two of our active mid-cap managers expound on their teams’ independent philosophies and processes in these Q&A sessions.

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Eric Mintz

Q&A | With Eric Mintz, CFA

Eric Mintz, Portfolio Co-Manager with the Carillon Eagle Mid Cap Growth Fund, describes his team’s rigorous process to seek companies on the upswing.

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Q&A | With Patrick Dunkerley, CFA

Pat Dunkerley, lead portfolio manager for the Carillon Scout Mid Cap Fund, explains why you need a mid-cap-only manager.

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Patrick Dunkerely

Risk Considerations

Investing in mid-sized companies is based on the premise that relatively smaller companies will increase their earnings and grow into larger, more valuable companies. Historically, mid-cap stocks have experienced greater volatility than other equity asset classes, and they may be less liquid than larger cap stocks. Thus, relative to larger, more liquid stocks, investing in mid-cap stocks involves potentially greater volatility and risk. In addition, mid-cap stocks have experienced greater volatility than other classes of securities. Mid-cap stocks can also be less liquid than those of large companies, and illiquidity increases the potential for volatility. As with all equity investing, there is the risk that a company will not achieve its expected earnings results, or that an unexpected change in the market or within the company will occur, both of which may adversely affect investment results. The biggest risk of equity investing is that returns can fluctuate and investors can lose money.

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