Carve-Out

A carve-out is defined by the GIPS® standard as a portion of a portfolio that is by itself representative of a distinct investment strategy. It is used to create a track record for a narrower mandate from a multiple-strategy portfolio managed to a broader mandate. For example, the Asian securities from a Euro-Pacific portfolio or the equity portion of a balanced portfolio could be considered a carve-out. Carve-outs are generally based on asset class, geographic region, or industry sector.

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