International Small Cap Diversified Value
PORTFOLIO ALLOCATION (%)1
|PORTFOLIO ALLOCATION (%)1|
|SECTOR ALLOCATION (%)1||PORTFOLIO||COMPARED TO MSCI WORLD EX-USA SMALL CAP2|
|Portfolio Characteristics||Portfolio||MSCI World ex-USA Small Cap|
|Forward Price/Earnings (fiscal year)||7.4x||10.2x|
|Weighted Avg Market Cap ($M)||$1,094||$2,211|
|Median Market Cap ($M)||$582||$992|
|Number of Securities||334||2,563|
|Turnover (1 Yr Avg)||42%|
|Active Share (1 Yr Avg)||92|
MARKET CAP ALLOCATION (%)1
|MARKET CAP ALLOCATION (%)1||Portfolio||MSCI World ex-USA Small Cap Index|
|$1B - $3B||29.2||49.9|
1 % of Total Portfolio
2 As of 9/30/22
Data source: Hotchkis & Wiley, Bloomberg
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