Investing with Conviction for 50 Years

In the investment world, as in life, change often unlocks hidden potential. Yet most investors sit on the sidelines while a transformation is underway, waiting to see evidence of positive results. This wait-and-see attitude is fertile ground for an investment manager structured to capitalize on change through intensive research. Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn, LLC is a firm that strives to recognize potential and seize opportunity. As of the most recent quarter-end, we manage over $2 billion for institutions and individuals and we have followed a time-tested investment philosophy since 1973. Our strategies are offered as separate accounts, mutual funds, UCITS, and private funds.

CRM: This is Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn

Welcome to Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn, a 100% employee owned U.S. value equity manager with a focus in the Small/Mid & Mid-Cap space. With a deep history, CRM is poised to capitalize on its passion for investing and delivering value to their clients. Hear from our management team directly and how we can help make a difference for you.

Competitive advantage

Equity investing is our sole focus. We have been investing in the U.S. small and mid-cap value space with a consistent philosophy and a process that has been optimized over four decades. More about our philosophy

Unique, relatively concentrated portfolio

Active share across our strategies has consistently been high — with most of our strategies demonstrating above 90% since the inception of the products1. See our separate account performance

Deep investment team with diverse experience

A team of ten analysts — many of whom were previously practitioners in their fields with an average of 22 years of financial experience – and have worked together at CRM for over a decade.  Meet our team

Market opportunities at the intersection of value & neglect

Watch portfolio manager Rob Maina discuss U.S. Value vs. Growth following the tech bubble and explain how and why U.S. All Cap Value is so attractive today.

1 Active share is defined as a measure of the percentage of the portfolio that differs from its benchmark on an average portfolio weightings basis