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The News Archive for G. Staley Cates

G. Staley’s News Archive

The News Archive for G. Staley Cates

G. Staley Cates


Southeastern Asset Management
Memphis, TN, USA
4 Nov 2021 | MarketScreener

Millicom announces the Nomination Committee ahead of the 2022 Annual General Meeting

G. Staley Cates was appointed to the Nomination Committee as a representative of Southeastern Asset Management, one of the four largest shareholders in Millicom.

14 Jun 2021 | Advisor Perspectives

Staley Cates: Southeastern’s Advantage as a Value Investor

In this interview with Robert Huebscher of Advisor Perspectives, G. Staley Cates, Vice-Chairman of Southeastern Asset Management, discussed current market trends, in contrast to early 2020, his and Southeastern's investment criteria and valuation methodology, and international investment opportunities.

16 Mar 2021 | The Business Journals

2021 MBJ Power 100

G. Staley Cates was recognized for his continued success with Southeastern Asset Management and his work in the local community. The Memphis Business Journal compiles the Power 100 list after months of research and discussion to see which individuals have had a significant impact in the business community and on the growth of the city of Memphis.

21 Jan 2021

GE: Larry Culp on Lean Manufacturing, Culture and COVID

Staley Cates, Vice-Chairman of Southeastern Asset Management, welcomes Larry Culp, Chairman & CEO of General Electric, to the Price-to-Value podcast. Among many topics, the two discuss Culp's approach to Lean manufacturing at GE, the changes in GE's culture he has implemented since taking the helm, and how he has managed the business through a challenging COVID environment.

2 Jan 2021

Invaluable Insights, Part II

In the second installment of “Invaluable Insights”, moderated by Ariel's Mellody Hobson, leading asset managers, including Southern's Vice Chairman G. Staley Cates, discussed and debated a range of topics, including: predictions for 2021; the market’s reaction to civil unrest as the U.S. transitions to a new presidential administration; the challenges of managing portfolios during a global pandemic; value vs. growth stocks.

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