Alger today announced a contribution of $160,000 to charities that focus on social justice or are dedicated to addressing inequality.
Alger Management, Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of Alger SICAV-Alger Mid Cap Focus Fund. The Alger SICAV-Alger Mid Cap Focus Fund will typically invest in 50 high-conviction mid capitalization growth equities.
Investors have a valuable opportunity to potentially improve long-term risk-adjusted returns by taking better advantage of the compelling link between corporate innovation and historical outperformance, according to a new Greenwich Report produced in partnership with Alger.
Alger is pleased to announce that Dr. Sanjiv Talwar and Keye S.K. Chow have joined the firm to expand its health care sector team. Dr. Talwar joined as senior vice president, senior analyst, portfolio manager and head of health care. Mr. Chow joined as senior vice president and senior analyst.
Alger is pleased to announce the launch of Alger 35 ETF (ATFV), a high-conviction, actively managed exchange traded fund (ETF). It will invest in 35 “best ideas” sourced from the firm’s experienced analyst team. Alger 35 ETF will be managed by Dan Chung, CEO and chief investment officer of Alger.
Alger is pleased to announce the expansion of its Collective Investment Trust (CIT) offerings with Alger Focus Equity CIT, a focused portfolio of approximately 50 high-conviction, large capitalization stocks.
In 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, employees at Alger sought to pay tribute to the nurse managers at the Brooklyn Hospital Center.
Alger is pleased to announce that John Dashtara, CFA, has joined the firm as a Senior Vice President and Co-Head of Institutional. Mr. Dashtara will focus on establishing, developing and strengthening relationships with institutional asset owners and consultants.
Alger today announced that the firm has achieved carbon neutral status by reducing its footprint and offsetting emissions. This is one component of Alger’s multi-faceted commitment to supporting environmental conservation and climate action in the long term.
The Alger Candlelight Giving Program announced a contribution of $150,000 to charities that focus on social justice or are dedicated to addressing inequality, along with an employee matching program for these same organizations.