Since 1990, Bahl & Gaynor has pursued a unified fundamental investment philosophy predicated on long-term ownership of high-quality businesses that we believe are uniquely capable of compounding capital and dividends at attractive growth rates.
Seeking attractive current and growing income with downside risk protection and strong risk-adjusted returns.Strategy Profile
Large Cap Quality Growth
Seeking accelerated income growth characteristics.Strategy Profile
Dividend Growth ESG
Combining our dividend- growth philosophy with ESG integration.Strategy Profile
smig® – Small/Mid Cap Income Growth
Applying our core income growth philosophy to small and midcap companies.Strategy Profile
Small Cap Quality Growth
Seeking attractive risk- adjusted return opportunities in small dividend-paying companies.Strategy Profile
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