Company Overview of The Dreyfus Corporation
The Dreyfus Corporation is privately owned investment manager. The firm primarily provides its services to investment companies. The firm also caters to Pension and profit sharing plans, other pooled investment vehicles, charitable organizations, corporations, state or municipal government entities and insurance reserves, nuclear decommissioning trusts. It manages separate client-focused equity, fixed income, and balanced portfolios. The firm launches and manages equity, fixed income, and balanced mutual funds for its clients. It also launches and manages hedge funds for its clients. The firm invests in the public equity, fixed income, and hedging markets across the globe. It was founded in ...
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
Founded in 1951
Key Executives for The Dreyfus Corporation
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and Director
Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Economist and Chief Investment Strategist
Head of the Tax-Exempt Securities Division, Director of Municipal Securities and Senior Portfolio Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The Dreyfus Corporation Key Developments
The Dreyfus Corporation and CenterSquare Investment Management Launch Global Infrastructure Mutual Fund
Mar 30 15
The Dreyfus Corporation and CenterSquare Investment Management have launched the Dreyfus Global Infrastructure Fund which provides individual investors with the opportunity to invest in the growth potential of infrastructure assets that connect people, resources, trade, goods and services and information around the world. Traditionally, most infrastructure projects have been financed by the public sector. However, with public debt historically high versus GDP, more private capital will be required to fund future investment, giving investors increasing opportunities to benefit from an infrastructure allocation in their portfolios. CenterSquare Investment Management, the sub-adviser for the fund, is a BNY Mellon Investment Management boutique specializing in real asset investing. CenterSquare cites a number of factors driving the need for infrastructure investment globally, including new sources of renewable energy, the discovery and utilization of new oil and gas deposits, and technological advances in communications, among others. Underpinning the demand for these assets is a growing and increasingly urban population and an expanding middle class, adding more consumers and increasing world trade.
The Dreyfus Corporation Launches New Dreyfus Emerging Markets Debt US Dollar Fund
Jan 6 15
The Dreyfus Corporation has launched the Dreyfus Emerging Markets Debt US Dollar Fund. The fund's objective is to seek to maximize total return by investing in emerging market bonds and other debt instruments denominated in US dollars including debt issued from government, government-related and corporate issuers. The company pleased to add the new US dollar-denominated fund to its existing emerging market debt products, such as the Emerging Market Local Currency Debt Fund and Opportunistic Emerging Markets Debt Fund.
The Dreyfus Corporation Launches Three Innovative Multi-Factor Smart Beta Equity Funds
Sep 15 14
The Dreyfus Corporation announced that it has launched three new mutual funds that seek to improve market exposure by pursuing consistent benchmark outperformance and downside protection potential relative to traditional market-weighted index products. By combining these complementary performance factors into a single transparent investment process, the new mutual funds look to overcome some of the potential pitfalls Mellon Capital believes are inherent in traditional cap weighted approaches and single market factor strategies. The three "Dreyfus Strategic Beta" funds are: Dreyfus Strategic Beta Emerging Markets Equity Fund - Class A (DOFAX), Class C (DOFCX), Class I (DOFIX), Class Y (DOFYX); Dreyfus Strategic Beta Global Equity Fund - Class A (DBGAX), Class C (DBGCX), Class I (DBGIX), Class Y (DBGYX); Dreyfus Strategic Beta U.S. Equity Fund - Class A (DOUAX), Class C (DOUCX), Class I (DOUIX), Class Y (DOUYX).
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