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Owen Quattlebaum

Long-Term Money Manager

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

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Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

140 Broadway

New York City, New York,10005

United States

Company Description

BBH is a privately held financial institution that has been a thought leader and solutions provider for nearly 200 years. The firm serves individuals, families, businesses and institutions in its three business lines: Private Banking, Investment Management and... more.

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Water's Rising Fortunes

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In October 1999, Owen Quattlebaum, long-term money manager at Brown Brothers Harriman, noted that water utilities were candidates for acquisition and launched the Aquarion Fund, part of Avalon Trust Co., located in Santa Fe, N.M.The mutual fund produced a net return of 10 percent for four months ending April 11.Quattlebaum believes that operation and maintenance contracts will be a source of substantial growth for major water utility companies.He expects American Water Works, Philadelphia Suburban and others will likely increase their efforts to land outsourcing contracts.The Aquarion Fund invests in water utilities and in water treatment companies such as Danaher Corp., which produces water-measuring instruments.Danaher's stock price rose 21 percent in the last year.The price of shares in Cuno Inc., a filter company, rose 18 percent in the past year.The ATC Aquarion Fund has invested primarily in American companies, which is where Quattlebaum sees growth.


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