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Weitz 2020 Annual Shareholder Meeting

Wally Weitz, CFA

Co-Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager

Brad Hinton, CFA

Co-Chief Investment Officer, Portfolio Manager

Tom Carney, CFA

Director of Fixed Income Research, Portfolio Manager


In the 2020 Weitz Annual Shareholder Meeting, co-CIOs Wally Weitz and Brad Hinton along with director of fixed income research Tom Carney gave an in-depth review of our recent performance, our views on the markets, and an update on our funds and our team. The discussion was followed by a question-and-answer session featuring the Weitz investment team, which begins at the 39:16 mark.

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For your convenience, Weitz Fund's performance for 12/31/19 and 09/30/20 are available through the links below. Please refer to these documents as needed for fund performance and related information.

12.31.19 Weitz Fund Performance
09.30.20 Weitz Fund Performance

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