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Investment Services & Portfolio Management
Glenview Capital Management (GCM) manages the Glenview Funds, the Opportunity Funds, the GCM Equity Funds, and the Little Arbor Funds. The Glenview Funds employ a long/short strategy that invests in equity and fixed income securities using a bottom-up, fundamental research process. The Glenview Funds have position size and gross exposure guidelines. The Opportunity Funds employ a purely opportunistic investment approach, and have no limits as to the number or size of positions, security types or industry concentration. The GCM Equity Funds employ a long-only strategy that invests in the equity securities of companies with market-cap greater than $10 billion. The GCM Equity Funds are limited life funds that are being offered to existing investors and their affiliates in the Glenview Funds and the Opportunity Funds. The GCM Equity Funds have position size and exposure guidelines and do not expect to incur leverage in order to enhance investments. GCM also manages GCM Investment Partners LP, a private fund that is open to qualified employees of GCM and certain other persons. The Fund allocates its capital to individual funds in the Glenview Fund family and the Opportunity Fund family.^GCM's investment process focuses on deep, fundamental research and individual security selection primarily within equity and credit-oriented strategies. The firm employs a GARP investment approach that focuses on companies in stable industries, with recurring revenue streams or entrenched market positions. GCM may also focus on contrarian investments (cyclical or company specific). They often combine GARP and contrarian investing when a steady growth business emerges within a company as the dominant economic force over a more challenged business unit. GCM invests in stored or hidden value situations, where excess balance sheet capacity may be used to accelerate returns or where contractual rights or startup operations show no present value but may be significant drivers of value tomorrow. ^In addition to long equity investments, GCM commits significant capital to short equity positions. They look for companies whose industries face cyclical, transitory or secular headwinds, whose competitive position is likely to erode over the near- to medium-term, and companies whose liquidity profile will potentially create equity value impairment or cause future issuance of additional equity at lower prices. GCM may also maintain short positions in equity index futures or other index products to reduce net market risk. GCM also engages in long and short credit positions with emphasis on business or asset stability over growth. GCM may seek to reduce the risk through other hedges that protect the overall portfolio of the Funds, including interest rates, foreign currencies or sovereign, corporate or asset-backed credit spreads.
Responsibility for the operation and administration of MOSERS is vested in an eleven-member board of trustees. MOSERS seeks to minimize risk through proper diversification of plan assets. This is achieved through finding an appropriate mix of assets that possess varying characteristics that help reduce the overall volatility of the fund.
Calypso Medical Technologies, Inc. provided radiation therapy and medical services. The company was founded by Eric R. Meier, Alfred G. Merriweather and Steve Tallman in 1999 and was headquartered in Seattle, WA.
Intermedix Corp. provides software technology for medical billing and emergency medical services. It offers clinical data exchange, practice management software, electronic health record, incident and resource management, mobile data tablet and patient tracking. Its services include practice management, revenue cycle management, and training. The company was founded by Doug Shamon in 2002 and is headquartered in Nashville, TN.
DS Services of America, Inc. provides bottled water. It offers water filtration and beverage equipment, coffee, tea and break room supplies. The firm’s brands include Alhambra, Belmont, Crystal, Deep Rock, Hinckley, Kentwood and Sierra. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Lakeland, FL.
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