Bradford A. Evans

Bradford A. Evans, CFA, is Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager for the Value Plus Fund and its corresponding Small Cap Value Plus Strategy.

Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Bradford EvansEvans began at Heartland in 1996 as a Research Associate. He was promoted to Equity Research Analyst, during which time he developed expertise in the Energy, Consumer, and Materials sectors.

Following nearly four years at High Rock Capital, Evans returned to Heartland as Portfolio Manager for the Value Fund in 2004, which he co-managed until 2015. He became Portfolio Manager of the Value Plus Fund in April 2006 and also was Director of Equity Research from 2011 to 2016.

Evans is a vocal advocate for small-cap value investing. He has been quoted by the national financial media, including Barron’s, CNBC, Fortune, Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, and The Wall Street Journal.

He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor’s in international relations, Russian, and political science in 1995. He also spent a semester studying at Moscow State University in Russia.

Investment Experience

  • Heartland Advisors, 2004-present
  • High Rock Capital, 2001-2004
  • Heartland Advisors, 1996-2001

Education

  • B.A. in International Relations, Russian, and Political Science, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 1995

Certification and Licensing

  • CFA Charterholder

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Investing Perspectives

Heartland in the News
1/12/18

5 Reasons 2018 May Be Value’s Day in the Sun

Portfolio Manager Bradford A. Evans, CFA, talks with Kiplinger about why conditions are ripe for value investors.

Video
11/17 - 2:58

Picking Through The Weeds

Our contrarian streak has led us to an overlooked gem in agriculture.

Heartland in the News
4/6/17

Do Dividends Still Hold Value?

Portfolio Manager Bradford A. Evans, CFA, shares why a search for dividend-paying stocks should begin with valuations.

PM Perspective
2/17

How Do We Know When a Stock is Truly Cheap?

Using EV/EBITDA helps us develop a complete picture of when a company is truly undervalued as opposed to simply inexpensive.

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