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Redwood Investments Small Cap Growth Strategy

Receives PSN Top Guns Status

(source: Informa Investment Solutions, as of March 31, 2014)


Pensions & Investments includes Redwood

Investments’ Smidcap Growth Strategy in its

“Top-Performing Small Managers of 2013”

Redwood’s Smidcap Growth Strategy is ranked number 4

for 1-year performance

(source: eVestment Alliance, as of September 30, 2013 for managers with less than

$3 billion in assets under management)