AMG Managers Montag & Caldwell Growth Fund Class I
AMG Funds IV
600 Steamboat Road, Suite 300
Greenwhich, CT 06830
Andrew W. Jung,Lead Manager since February 27, 2015
Mr. Jung joined Montag & Caldwell in 2001 as a security analyst. Effective January 1, 2019, he serves as Managing Principal and Director of Investments. He previously served as Co-Chief Investment Officer since March, 2017 and Co-Director of Research for the Firm (from June, 2009 to March, 2017). In February, 2015, Mr. Jung was appointed Co-Portfolio Manager to the AMG Managers Montag & Caldwell Large Cap Growth Fund and for the Large Cap Growth Strategy. In December, 2015, Mr. Jung was promoted to Senior Vice President. Prior to joining Montag & Caldwell, he was an analyst at Strong Capital Management, following the financial services sector for several large cap growth funds, and at the Robinson-Humphrey Company in Atlanta, where he followed banks and thrifts. Mr. Jung received his B.A. in 1995 from Marquette University, and his M.B.A. in 1999 from Emory University. His professional affiliations include the CFA Institute and the Atlanta Society of Finance and Investment Professionals. Andy is also on the board of the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House.
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