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Tracking Alex Roepers' Atlantic Investment Management Portfolio - Q4 2022 Update

Mar. 15, 2023 12:08 AM ETAVT, EMN, FLS, HUN, LEA, OI, RL, TKR, UNVR, WRK
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  • Atlantic Investment Management’s 13F portfolio value decreased from ~$221M to ~$185M this quarter. The number of positions decreased from 10 to 9.
  • Alex Roepers dropped Lear Corp and decreased Ralph Lauren, WestRock, Timken, Univar, Avnet, and Huntsman this quarter.
  • The top three positions are Flowserve, Ralph Lauren, and Eastman Chemical and they add up to ~43% of the portfolio.

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This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to Alex Roepers' 13F portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Roepers' regulatory 13F Form filed on 2/14/2023. Please visit our

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