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Seligman was founded in 1864, J. & W. Seligman & Co. Incorporated has a long history of investment expertise, offering a broad collection of mutual funds and other investment choices to help both individual and institutional investors seek their financial goals.
The company’s broad selection of investment options including the US-based Seligman Group of Funds with more than 50 portfolios, a range of retirement services, and investment options offered within North Carolina’s National College Savings Program, a 529 program can fit into your personalized investment strategy and put Seligman’s experience to work for you.
Seligman Capital Fund seeks capital appreciation. The fund primarily invests in common stocks but may also invest in preferreds, convertibles, common stock rights or warrants, and debt securities. It may hold cash, U.S. Government securities, commercial paper, or other investment grade debt securities. The fund may invest up to 15 percent of assets in illiquid securities and up to 10 percent directly in foreign securities. It may also invest up to 10 percent of assets in exchange-traded funds.
Seligman Common Stock Fund seeks current income and growth of capital and income without undue risk. The fund allocates assets among the major asset classes, common stocks, fixed-income securities, and cash equivalents. Investment allocations vary according to market conditions. The fund may invest up to 10 percent of assets in foreign securities; this limitation does not include depositary receipts.
Seligman Communications and Information Fund seek capital appreciation. The fund normally invests at least 80 percent of assets in common stocks issued by companies that operate in the communications, information, and related industries. It invests in large, established media corporations, as well as in small companies with rapidly changing technologies and development characteristics. The fund may invest up to 10 percent of assets in foreign securities; this restriction does not apply to depositary receipts.
Seligman investment management mission such as Maintaining a consistent investment discipline built upon fundamental research and portfolio risk management; Applying extensive research capabilities from highly skilled portfolio managers and research analysts to the security selection process; Offering excellent client service from dedicated teams of knowledgeable investment and client service professionals, providing a superior flow of information and a high overall level of satisfaction.

The Company has a strong tradition of leadership, service and contributions. The company’s mission is bringing comfort to customers, supporting business and commerce, and building strong communities.

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