Our task as Investment Adviser of the Tweedy, Browne Funds is to seek to take advantage of fluctuations in stock prices by purchasing securities at prices below our estimates of intrinsic value.

TWEEDY, BROWNE

Mutual Funds

Tweedy, Browne established its first mutual fund, the International Value Fund, in 1993. Subsequently, we launched three more Funds – the Value Fund (1993), Worldwide High Dividend Yield Value Fund (2007), and International Value Fund II – Currency Unhedged (2009), all of which are managed using our disciplined value investment approach. Investing in companies from around the globe, our Funds seek to provide investors with long-term capital growth.

Modern day application of the late Benjamin Graham’s “intrinsic value” methodology to the analysis of common stocks around the world.

$293.3 million

in Fund investments by TB Managing Directors, a retired principal, employees, and their immediate family members

The Tweedy, Browne mutual funds are distinguished by their value driven investment approach, their long-term performance records, and by the strength, stability, and financial commitment of their portfolio management team, whose members are encouraged to invest directly in the Funds alongside shareholders.

As of March 31, 2024, Tweedy, Browne’s current Managing Directors, one of our retired principals, current employees, and their immediate family members had more than $293.3 million invested in our Funds, including approximately $171.8 million in the International Value Fund and $105.0 million in the Value Fund, $7.3 million in the Worldwide High Dividend Yield Value Fund and $8.7 million in the International Value Fund II – Currency Unhedged.

31 years

of experience managing
mutual funds

NAV As of 05/21/24

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Our research focuses on fundamental principles of balance sheet and income statement analysis, and a knowledge and understanding of actual corporate mergers, acquisitions, and liquidations.

TWEEDY, BROWNE