INVESTMENT
APPROACH

INVESTMENT
APPROACH

SEEKING OPPORTUNITY, NOT CONSENSUS

SEEKING OPPORTUNITY, NOT CONSENSUS

For investors who “follow the herd,” the greatest risk may be not seeing the real opportunities ahead.

At Reynders, McVeigh, our contrarian approach helps us look past immediate trends — and the herd mentality that follows them — to uncover companies that reflect your long-term vision. We combine meticulous research with a multi-year strategy to help increase return, while minimizing exposure to risk.

Clients, Families and Trust Departments look to us for guidance on more than $5 billion in assets.

More about our way of thinking

CORE DISCIPLINE

CORE DISCIPLINE

GENERATING RETURNS WE BELIEVE IN

GENERATING RETURNS WE BELIEVE IN

While every portfolio at Reynders, McVeigh is uniquely tailored to each individual client, there is one component common to all:

Transparency.

Companies we invest in must be transparent with how revenues and earnings are reported. It’s the only way we (and our clients) can effectively assess an equity’s true risk and return. If, on its income statement, we can’t clearly see how and where a company earns its money, we will not invest.

Only by insisting on transparency can we uncover the true opportunities we seek for our clients: low-debt companies with progressive management teams, operating in industries with consistent or growing demand.

RMCM, LLC

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Past performance is not indicative of future results, which may vary. The value of investments and the income derived from investments can go down as well as up. Future returns are not guaranteed, and a loss of principal may occur. Performance is described on a net basis and reflects the deduction of management fees, brokerage commissions and any other expenses (other than custodial fees) and includes the reinvestment of all dividends, interest and other income. The major global indices referred to herein are the S&P 500 Index, the MSCI World Index, and the MSCI EAFE Global Index (the “Indices”). The Indices invest in a different mix of countries, securities and sectors that the accounts managed by RMCM, which may cause some differences in performance between the RMCM accounts and each of these Indices.