Charles de Vaulx, chairman and chief investment officer of International Value Advisers, has died.
Morningstar reported the award-winning value-oriented portfolio manager apparently took his own life in his office in Manhattan.
De Vaulx’s death at age 59 came seven weeks after the firm announced it would liquidate its two funds and cease operations. IVA, which managed $863 million at the end of 2020, reportedly completed its liquidation on April 19.
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