12+ Year Track record in the managed volatility space

Many investors seek market-like returns and equity exposure, but don't want the market-like risk. It's why we launched our managed volatility funds. They attempt to exploit a risk-reward anomaly in the equity markets in an effort to generate benchmark-like returns, but with less risk.

Knowledge Center Managed Volatility: Exploiting a Risk-reward Anomaly in the Equity Markets Lower volatility doesn't have to mean lower returns

We launched SVOAX in 2004, and followed shortly after with SVTAX and tax-managed (TMMAX) (PDF) funds. These long-only equity funds concentrate on managing risk, while seeking to generate benchmark-like returns. 

A growing investment strategy

The growing adoption of managed volatility strategies as a whole has coincided with investors’ demands for lower risk investments without sacrificing significant return opportunities.

We're a pioneer and leading provider in the low volatility space.

We find investors are seeking market-like returns, but don't want market-like risk. We launched low volatility strategies more than 12 years ago, and these funds have shown that you may not have to sacrifice returns to reduce portfolio volatility. 

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*The Russell 3000 Index® measures the performance of the largest 3,000 U.S. companies representing approximately 98% of the investable U.S. equity market.

**The MSCI World Index is a free floating adjusted market-capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure the equity market performance of developed markets. It consists of 23 developed market country indices.

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For those SEI Funds which employ the "manager of managers" structure, SIMC has ultimate responsibility for the investment performance of the Funds due to its responsibility to oversee the sub-advisers and recommend their hiring, termination and replacement.

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