Fenimore Asset Management, an independent, Capital Region-based investment advisory firm and manager of the FAM Funds family of mutual funds, announces that nationally recognized investment industry leader, author, and consultant Fran Skinner has joined its Board of Directors.
Paul Hogan was interviewed in an article, “Dividend Compounders.” He discussed our investment process, the analysis of dividend-paying companies, and what makes FAMEX distinct from similar funds.
Barron’s highlighted Paul Hogan and the FAM Dividend Focus Fund (FAMEX) in an article, “This Fund Manager Has Beaten 99% of His Peers. How He Picks Winning Dividend Stocks.”
Fenimore Asset Management, the investment advisor to FAM Funds, announces that John Fox has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) while maintaining his position as Chief Investment Officer (CIO). As part of the firm’s succession plan, Fenimore’s Founder, Tom Putnam, will shift his attention to a broader strategic role as Executive Chairman. Mr. Putnam is also a Director on the Fenimore Asset Management board, Trustee on the FAM Funds board, and Co-Manager of FAM Funds. This transition comes at a time when we are very pleased with the performance of all three FAM Funds.*
Some of the Capital Region's best leaders shared noteworthy insights at this captivating Albany Business Review panel discussion.
Fenimore Asset Management, the investment advisor to FAM Funds, announces that Denise V. Gonick has joined the FAM Funds Board of Independent Trustees. Denise is a lawyer by profession and was most recently the President & CEO of MVP Health Care.
The Albany Business Review honored Fenimore’s President Debra Pollard with their “Women Who Mean Business” award.
Barron’s highlighted the FAM Small Cap Fund (FAMDX, Institutional Shares) in their Small-Cap Core Category for the third quarter. We congratulate the team of Andrew Boord, Kevin Gioia, and Tom Putnam for their strong results.
Antonio Hebert joined Fenimore Asset Management, the investment advisor to FAM Funds, as an Investment Research Associate.
The Information Age in which we live makes it quick and easy to access endless amounts of data, but everything available is not necessarily accurate. One of Fenimore’s investment tasks is to sift fact from fiction. In our experience, the best way to learn the truth is to study a company’s operations in person.