Value Investors Since 1975

Southeastern Asset Management has been a leader in value equity investing for over four decades. We created the Longleaf Partners Funds in 1987, as a way for our employees to invest alongside our clients, and today Southeastern employees and related entities are the largest collective investor across the Longleaf Partners Funds. This partnership tradition is the foundation for how we manage our business, how we communicate with our clients and how we invest. Our global research team applies a single bottom-up investment approach, focused on protecting against permanent capital loss, while seeking to deliver strong absolute returns for our partners and ourselves.

  • 4 Decades

    of successful results

  • 3 Generations

    of engaged leadership

  • 1 Philosophy

    consistently applied

Partnership is core to what we do–within our firm, our investors and with company management teams.

O. Mason Hawkins, CFA


Our Investment Offerings

Southeastern is the investment advisor to the Longleaf Partners Funds. Our global research team makes decisions for all investment offerings, applying the same long-term, concentrated, engaged value approach to each strategy on a bottom-up basis.

Separately Managed Accounts

Southeastern SMAs are available to clients in most countries and have a $25 million minimum.

Longleaf Partners Funds (US Investors)

Four SEC-registered mutual funds are available for US investors, with a $10,000 minimum.

Longleaf UCITS Funds (Non-US Investors)

Two Dublin-domiciled UCITS funds are available for eligible investors and institutions, with a $1 million minimum.

Latest Podcasts

Tune in to hear our global investment team discuss the topics that are most top of mind for our clients from a Business, People, Price point of view.

The P/V Podcast

Episode 16 / January 2021

GE: Larry Culp on Lean Manufacturing, Culture and COVID

More Invaluable Insights Featuring Staley Cates

Episode / January 2021

More Invaluable Insights: Value Managers Unplugged

Video From Episode 15 with Sébastien Bazin

Episode 15 / December 2020

How do you assess the long-term implications of COVID and, particularly, who are the ultimate winners and losers that are likely to be coming out of this?