James Cannon Carr, Jr.

Chief Executive Officer at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

James Cannon Carr, Jr.

James Cannon Carr, Jr.

Chief Executive Officer at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.
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Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Director of Research & Portfolio Manager at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Director of Trading & Portfolio Manager at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Co-Founder at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Chief Wealth Strategist at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Vice President & Portfolio Manager at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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Senior Vice President & Portfolio Manager at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.

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James Cannon Carr, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer at CornerCap Investment Counsel, Inc.
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Princeton University is a vibrant community of scholarship and learning that stands in the nation's service and in the service of all nations. Chartered in 1746, Princeton is the fourth-oldest college in the United States. Princeton is an independent, coeducational, nondenominational institution that provides undergraduate and graduate instruction in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering. As a world-renowned research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching. Today, more than 1,100 faculty members instruct approximately 5,000 undergraduate students and 2,500 graduate students. The University's generous financial aid program ensures that talented students from all economic backgrounds can afford a Princeton education.

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Columbia Business School (CBS) is the business school of Columbia University in Manhattan, New York City. It was established in 1916 to provide business training and professional preparation for undergraduate and graduate Columbia University students. It is one of six Ivy League business schools and its admission process is among the most selective of top business schools.

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Founded in 1913, Atlanta Rotary has been frequently honored by Rotary International as one of its truly outstanding affiliates. In fact, its members refer to it, with some justification, as "the world's greatest Rotary Club." With 500+ members, Atlanta Rotary is one of the largest Rotary Clubs. It has been a long tradition that a member of the Club must be a key leader in his or her field, a person of integrity whose sense of values includes an obligation of community service. The Club is pleased that not one week goes by that does not bring recognition of one — and usually several — of its members for significant leadership of a major civic enterprise.

Career History
Chief Executive Officer
2007 - Current

CornerCap Investment Counsel (CIC) employs a value-oriented investment approach. Though not limited by sector, geography or market-cap, the firm tends to invest in the stocks of US mid-cap companies in the producer manufacturing, electronic technology, industrial services and finance sectors. CIC maintains a very low turnover rate.Their equity research process begins with an objective, quantitative evaluation of a broad array of stocks. Their proprietary research, Fundametrics, screens and ranks stocks according to specific valuation criteria and defines the firm's top 10% most attractive investment ideas, independent of sector. This group is then screened for diversification to protect against extreme overweighting of any given sector. CIC selects stocks in two ways. One method relies on a qualitative overlay, that reviews the inputs into Fundametrics and assesses a company's management, competitive position balance sheet and market expectations. They prefer stocks that have fallen out of favor but show a combination of attractive attributes. The second method relies solely on Fundametrics for buy and sell decisions.Fundametrics screens companies on over 30 investment factors. CIC relies most heavily on the following 12 factors: estimates revision, earnings momentum, growth-to-value ratio, price-to-earnings, normalized price-to-earnings, price-to-free cash flow, price-to-cash flow and enterprise multiple. For stocks, the firm continues to measure both the quantitative and qualitative indicators. When a stock falls to the bottom 30% of their valuation process (or bottom 50% for their pure Fundametrics-driven method), the stock no longer meets their criteria and their sell disciplines are implemented.CIC primarily uses bonds in structuring balanced accounts. They seek to maximize the potential total return while controlling risks. For taxable clients, an important factor is the client's marginal tax rate. They also consider potential default risk. CIC looks for high-quality, investment-grade bonds. Any significant deterioration in a bond's credit quality is closely monitored and the bond is sold if appropriate. CIC avoids restrictive call features.

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CornerCap Investment Counsel (CIC) employs a value-oriented investment approach. Though not limited by sector, geography or market-cap, the firm tends to invest in the stocks of US mid-cap companies in the producer manufacturing, electronic technology, industrial services and finance sectors. CIC maintains a very low turnover rate.Their equity research process begins with an objective, quantitative evaluation of a broad array of stocks. Their proprietary research, Fundametrics, screens and ranks stocks according to specific valuation criteria and defines the firm's top 10% most attractive investment ideas, independent of sector. This group is then screened for diversification to protect against extreme overweighting of any given sector. CIC selects stocks in two ways. One method relies on a qualitative overlay, that reviews the inputs into Fundametrics and assesses a company's management, competitive position balance sheet and market expectations. They prefer stocks that have fallen out of favor but show a combination of attractive attributes. The second method relies solely on Fundametrics for buy and sell decisions.Fundametrics screens companies on over 30 investment factors. CIC relies most heavily on the following 12 factors: estimates revision, earnings momentum, growth-to-value ratio, price-to-earnings, normalized price-to-earnings, price-to-free cash flow, price-to-cash flow and enterprise multiple. For stocks, the firm continues to measure both the quantitative and qualitative indicators. When a stock falls to the bottom 30% of their valuation process (or bottom 50% for their pure Fundametrics-driven method), the stock no longer meets their criteria and their sell disciplines are implemented.CIC primarily uses bonds in structuring balanced accounts. They seek to maximize the potential total return while controlling risks. For taxable clients, an important factor is the client's marginal tax rate. They also consider potential default risk. CIC looks for high-quality, investment-grade bonds. Any significant deterioration in a bond's credit quality is closely monitored and the bond is sold if appropriate. CIC avoids restrictive call features.

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