The Oakmark Funds are advised by Harris Associates L.P. an autonomous subsidiary of Natixis Investment Managers, L.P.

Learn more about the principles and philosophy behind our funds at HarrisAssoc.com.

Harris Associates

111 South Wacker Drive, Suite 4600
Chicago, Illinois 60606
312-646-3600

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Adam D. Abbas

Portfolio Manager and Co-Head of Fixed Income

Adam Abbas has been a co-manager of the Oakmark Equity and Income Fund since 2020. He is also a senior fixed income investment analyst at Harris Associates and a vice president of the Oakmark Funds.

He started at Harris Associates in 2018 after working as a lead portfolio manager at KVK Credit Opportunity Fund LP. Prior to that, he was a portfolio manager at Driehaus Capital Management, a senior research analyst at Neuberger Berman/Lehman Brothers and an analyst at Huron Consulting Group.

Mr. Abbas earned a B.S. degree from Northwestern University (2004) and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago (2013).

Funds under management

Commentary

Oakmark Equity and Income Fund: Second Quarter 2020

July 8, 2020

Although these are unusual times, Oakmark is still practicing the same value philosophy it always has. Our analysts are paying especially close attention to balance sheets along with companies’ cash needs over the next...

News + Insights

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Insights

Oakmark Equity and Income Fund Second-Quarter 2020 Market Insights

July 14, 2020

During a recent Conference Call Clyde McGregor and team shared some of their thoughts on the previous quarter and the current market environment.

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News

New Co-Portfolio Manager for the Oakmark Equity and Income Fund

March 30, 2020

Adam Abbas, co-head of fixed income at Harris Associates L.P., adviser to the Oakmark Funds and an affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, has been...

We do value investing differently

At Oakmark, we don’t have an opinion about how equities will perform this year, if a recession will start or if the political parties will produce pro-growth candidates for 2020. As long-term investors, we don’t think it matters.