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Separately Managed Accounts: Overview

Separately Managed Accounts

A Separately Managed Account (SMA) gives investors the same diversification opportunities as mutual funds. By investing in a SMA, the individual owns the underlying securities as opposed to owning a single fund.


Benefits

  • Opportunity to take advantage of the experience and expertise of Sterling’s Investment Teams
  • Potential for customization
  • Ability to manage taxable gains

SMAs Available

Sterling Capital offers a robust line-up of equity and both taxable and tax-free fixed income separately managed account solutions.


Risks

All investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal.


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Investment advisory services are available through Sterling Capital Management LLC, a separate subsidiary of BB&T Corporation. Sterling Capital Management LLC manages customized investment portfolios, provides asset allocation analysis and offers other investment-related services to affluent individuals and businesses. Securities and other investments held in investment management or investment advisory accounts at Sterling Capital Management LLC are not deposits or other obligations of BB&T Corporation, Branch Banking and Trust Company or any affiliate, are not guaranteed by Branch Banking and Trust Company or any other bank, are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency, and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of principal invested.