Since the very beginning, the Oppenheimer Global Equity Team has envisioned a future different from the rest. Perpetually optimistic about the future and revolutionary changes driving the global economy, the team has invested in their best ideas around the world for nearly five decades.
In 1969, while most of the investing world was centered exclusively on the United States, the team recognized a whole world of opportunity beyond U.S. borders. That year marked the launch of the Global Fund. Since then, the team has invested along structural growth themes that have propelled the global economy. For nearly 50 years, the Oppenheimer Global Equity Team’s objective has been to provide consistent investment excellence to help investors pursue their long-term financial goals.
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