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Company Overview of Southeastern Asset Management, Inc.

Company Overview

Southeastern Asset Management, Inc. is an employee owned investment manager. The firm provides its services to pension and profit sharing plans, and charitable organizations. It also caters to individuals, high net worth individuals, banking and thrift institutions, insurance companies, endowments, sovereign wealth funds, other investment advisers, partnership, veba, Taft, Hartley, investment companies, pooled investment vehicles, private funds, State or municipal government entities, and corporations. The firm manages separate client focused equity portfolios. It launches and manages equity mutual funds for its clients. The firm invests in the public equity markets across the globe. It prim...

6410 Poplar Avenue

Suite 900

Memphis, TN 38119-4843

United States

Founded in 1975





Key Executives for Southeastern Asset Management, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, Principal, Portfolio Manager, Director, and Chairman
Age: 68
President, Head of Research, Principal, Senior Analyst, and Portfolio Manager
Principal, Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager and Vice- Chairman
Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Principal
Principal and Senior Analyst
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Southeastern Asset Management, Inc. Key Developments

Deltic & Southeastern Asset Management Approached By Parties For a Potential Acquisition Or Merger

A number of parties have approached Deltic Timber Corporation (NYSE:DEL) and Southeastern Asset Management, Inc. with an intention to either merge or acquire Deltic. "Southeastern and Deltic have been approached by multiple parties interested in merging with or acquiring Deltic", Southeastern said in the filing. "We are filing this Schedule 13D to have flexibility to talk openly with all parties mentioned above, as well as to reach out to other shareholders and parties that have not yet expressed their interest to us," Southeastern further said.

Southeastern Asset Management Reportedly Ups Stake In Spanish Applus To Above 15%

Southeastern Asset Management, Inc. reported has acquired additional 0.9% stake in Applus Services, S.A. (BME:APPS). Southeastern Asset Management has purchased a 0.9% stake in Applus Services, thereby boosting its holding to 15.63%, according to a report by Spanish daily Expansion on July 5, 2016.

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