TimesSquare Capital Management

About

About

TimesSquare is a growth equity specialist. They are a trusted partner to institutional investors globally, providing mutual fund and separate account management. Reliance on in-depth, research-driven strategies has historically produced strong results across products and market cycles.

AMG Funds From This Firm

TQEIX

TimesSquare Emerging Markets Small Cap Fund

Seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in small cap companies in emerging markets.

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TCMIX

TimesSquare International Small Cap Fund

Seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by primarily investing in international small cap companies.

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TMDIX

TimesSquare Mid Cap Growth Fund

Seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in mid cap companies.

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TSCIX

TimesSquare Small Cap Growth Fund

Seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by primarily investing in small cap companies.

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TSYNX

TimesSquare Global Small Cap Fund

Seeks to provide long-term capital appreciation by primarily investing in small cap companies around the globe.

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Approach & Philosophy

Philosophy and Approach

Our Philosophy

TimesSquare believes that its proprietary fundamental equity research skills, which place particular emphasis on the assessment of management quality, an in-depth understanding of superior business models, and valuation discrepancies, enable the firm to build diversified stock portfolios that will generate superior risk-adjusted returns.

Our Approach

Proprietary bottom-up research approach drives the stock selection process.


TimesSquare seeks to identify superior growth businesses with:

  • Exceptional management
  • Distinct, sustainable competitive advantages
  • Consistent growth


Performs in-depth financial analysis, including:

  • Building traditional financial models using internally generated growth forecasts
  • Assessing valuations by examining discrepancies in absolute and relative valuation, and longevity of growth rate
  • Risk management that is an integral component of the portfolio construction methodology


A strong sell discipline designed to protect investor capital when:

  • Operating objectives are not met
  • Management is unable to sustain competitive advantage
  • There is anticipated deterioration in fundamentals
  • Reasons for purchase change
  • Overvaluation
  • There is prudent profit-taking/trimming

Fund Managers

Fund Managers

Grant R. Babyak

Grant R. Babyak

Senior Founding Partner, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager

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Anthony Rosenthal, CFA

Anthony Rosenthal, CFA

Senior Founding Partner, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager | U.S. Equity Investment Team

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Kenneth C. Duca, CFA

Kenneth C. Duca, CFA

Director and Portfolio Manager/Analyst

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Magnus S. Larsson

Magnus S. Larsson

Director and Portfolio Manager

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Robert B. Madsen, CFA

Robert B. Madsen, CFA

Senior Vice President, Analyst, and Portfolio Manager

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Caglar Somek, CFA

Caglar Somek, CFA

Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager/Analyst

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Insights

Insights

International Small Cap Investing with TimesSquare Capital Management

 
Portfolio manager Magnus S. Larsson discusses the opportunity in international small cap and TimesSquare’s approach to investing in this inefficient space.
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Think Small: International Small Cap Offers Big Opportunities

 
Market inefficiencies in international small cap have allowed active managers to add meaningful value. Historically, adding small cap to an international allocation would have boosted returns with only a minor impact on volatility.
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The Case for International Small-Cap

 
International small-cap stocks are often under-utilized in a portfolio. An allocation may offer investors the potential to generate higher absolute and risk-adjusted returns.
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