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

Harris Associates

111 South Wacker Drive, Suite 4600
Chicago, Illinois 60606

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Alex Fitch, CFA

Partner and Portfolio Manager

Alex Fitch has been a manager for the Oakmark Select Fund and the Oakmark Equity and Income Fund since 2022. He is also the director of U.S. research and an investment analyst at Harris Associates as well as a vice president of the Oamark Funds.

He started at Harris Associates in 2011 as a research associate. Prior to that, he was an analyst at UBS.

Mr. Fitch earned a B.A. in economics and mathematics from DePauw University (2010).

Funds under management


Oakmark Select Fund: Fourth Quarter 2022

December 31, 2022

We believe that the lower and more widely dispersed valuations in the market today have allowed us to redeploy capital into increasingly attractive investments. We are optimistic that these decisions will sow the seeds...

Oakmark Equity and Income Fund: Fourth Quarter 2022

December 31, 2022

Keep in mind that balanced funds’ historically lower volatility has enabled many investors to weather market turbulence while still realizing attractive returns. With the recent changes in the fixed income environment, we believe that...

Oakmark Select Fund: Third Quarter 2022 and Fiscal Year-End

September 30, 2022

Business values are far more stable than stock prices. In volatile markets like this, you can expect increased portfolio activity. We purchased four new companies in the quarter and sold out of three.

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Bill Nygren and Alex Fitch on “We Study Billionaires” Podcast

December 29, 2022

Portfolio Managers Bill Nygren and Alex Fitch appeared on the “We Study Billionaires” podcast to discuss navigating the current market environment and provide examples...

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.