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July 19, 2019

Director of Manager Research at Morningstar includes FPA International Value Fund (FPIVX) as one of his favorite foreign small-and mid-cap funds

In an interview on July 3, 2019 with Morningstar.com, Russel Kinnel, Director of Manager Research for Morningstar, names FPA International Value Fund as one of his two favorite specialized foreign small- and mid-cap stock funds, highlighting positive attributes of the Fund and its portfolio manager, Pierre Py. 


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