Harlan Hodes - Templeton Foreign Insider

Templeton Foreign Smaller Companies C -- USA Fund  

USD 19.67  0.26  1.30%

Fund Manager

HARLAN B. HODES, CPA Executive Vice President Portfolio Manager, Research Analyst Harlan B. Hodes is an executive vice president for the Templeton Global Equity Group. Mr. Hodes manages the US retail Templeton Global Smaller Companies Fund and smallcap institutional portfolios, including Templeton International Smaller Companies Fund and TIF Foreign Smaller Companies Fund. In addition, he has global research responsibilities for smallcap and Asian consumer goods and smallcap cyclicals.
        
800-342-5236  

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Fund Summary

The fund invests at least 80 percent of its net assets in investments of smaller companies located outside the U.S., including emerging markets. Templeton Foreign is traded on NASDAQ Stock Exchange in USA.The fund is listed under Foreign Small/Mid Value category and is part of Franklin Templeton Investments family. The entity is thematically classified as Small Value.

Templeton Foreign Sm Leadership Team

David Tuttle, Money Manager, CFA
Harlan Hodes, Executive

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