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Victory Integrity Mid-Cap Value Fund
  • The Fund seeks capital appreciation by investing in mid-sized companies that the team believes are undervalued but poised to outperform.
  • The investment philosophy is rooted in the belief that consistent, long-term performance can be achieved by investing in mid-sized companies that have improving sentiment but trade below their estimated value.
  • Through a value-oriented investment approach, the team determines companies that may be undervalued but poised for attractive returns, while continuously adjusting for risk.
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Investment Approach 
 
The Victory Integrity Mid-Cap Value Fund’s management team seeks to achieve capital appreciation in the Fund by investing in stocks of medium sized companies (according to their market capitalization) that the team believes are undervalued, yet poised to outperform. The Fund generally invests in companies with market capitalizations within the range of the companies of the Russell Midcap® Index. 
 
Philosophy & Process 
 
The management team’s investment philosophy is rooted in the belief that consistent, long-term performance can be achieved by applying a prudent value approach and investing in what they have determined to be statistically cheap stocks trading below their estimated value, investing in companies that have improving sentiment, and continuously evaluating their risk exposure. Specifically, they seek to invest in the right company, at the right price, and at the right time. 

Management Team

Daniel G. Bandi
Daniel G. Bandi

Chief Investment Officer

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