Davis Advisors has expanded its suite of actively managed exchange traded funds with the launch of the Davis Select International ETF (DINT).
DINT invests primarily in stocks with businesses outside the United States, has a net expense ratio of 0.75 per cent and is managed by veteran portfolio manager Danton Goei, who joined Davis Advisors in 1998. The fund invests in approximately 30 stocks at a given time. As with all Davis ETFs, DINT seeks to offer long term capital appreciation through a high conviction, benchmark agnostic portfolio. It provides the traditional benefits of ETFs along with Davis’ unique investment discipline and experienced active management team.
“At Davis, we have made a long-term commitment to providing financial advisors and other investors with choice in how they access our equity strategies: through mutual funds, ETFs, and separately managed accounts (SMAs),” says Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager and Chairman. “Danton Goei has a proven record as an outstanding international stock picker, managing Davis international and global portfolios for well over a decade. This new ETF applies the time-tested Davis Investment Discipline to international investing, and provides our clients with another option as they look to build wealth over the long term.”