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

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Chicago, Illinois 60606
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Kevin Grant, CFA

Partner and Portfolio Manager

Kevin Grant has been a manager of the Oakmark Fund since 2000. He is also an investment analyst on the U.S. research team at Harris Associates, which he joined in 1988, and is an executive vice president of the Oakmark Funds.

Mr. Grant earned an M.B.A. from Loyola University of Chicago (1991) and a B.S. in computer science from the University of Wisconsin (1987).

Funds under management

Commentary

Oakmark Fund: Second Quarter 2021

July 8, 2021

Following an unusually elevated year of portfolio turnover (at least by Oakmark standards), we added just one new position to the portfolio during the second quarter. That’s not to say we weren’t active. We...

Oakmark Fund: First Quarter 2021

March 31, 2021

The economic recovery that began late last year carried into the first quarter, benefitting many of our cyclical holdings. Both interest rates and oil prices increased meaningfully during the recent quarter, helping many of...

Oakmark Fund: Fourth Quarter 2020

December 31, 2020

Enthusiasm about the efficacy and timing of the Covid-19 vaccines benefitted many of our most economically sensitive, cyclical holdings during the quarter.

News + Insights

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News

Co-Chairman and Co-Portfolio Manager Kevin Grant to Retire from Harris Associates at Year-End

March 19, 2021

After more than 33 years of distinguished service, Co-Chairman and Co-Portfolio Manager Kevin Grant will retire at the end of this year. Upon Mr....

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.