General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> March 22, 2004


ROBERT F. KEY is Senior Vice President for CCM Investment Advisers. He began his career at the South Carolina National Bank as a Corporate Banker and later moved to First Union Bank where he started and managed the Private Banking Group in Columbia, South Carolina. He subsequently served as the Treasurer of The Seibels Bruce Group, a property and casualty insurance company, where his responsibilities included management of the fixed income investment portfolio, short term cash management, debt management as well as investor relations. Mr. Key joined CCM Investment Advisers in 1998 and his responsibilities include management of client portfolios, marketing and fundamental research in the utility, shelter, raw material, transportation and multi-industry sectors. In addition, he serves as the Chief Fixed Income Strategist for the firm. Mr. Key graduated from Furman University and earned an MBA degree from the University of South Carolina in 1982. He is a CFA charterholder, a Certified Cash Manager, has served as an Adjunct Professor of Finance at the University of South Carolina and has provided expert consultation on legal matters involving lending and securities. Profile
CHRIS W. ANTLEY is Senior Vice President for CCM Investment Advisers. He joined the firm after graduating from the Honors College of the University of South Carolina in 1988 and then receiving his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of South Carolina in 1990. While at CCM, Mr. Antley has worked in all areas of investment management, including corporate accounting, portfolio accounting, quantitative modeling, asset allocation, macro-economic research, equity and fixed income fundamental research, and portfolio management. Mr. Antley serves as Chief Equity Strategist for CCM and is responsible for development of the CCM Equity Model. His individual areas of fundamental research include the technology and retail sectors. Mr. Antley also has responsibility for the management of client portfolios, marketing support, and oversight of information technology, portfolio accounting and administration for CCM. Profile
TWST: Can one of you give us a brief overview of CCM Investment Advisers

and your respective responsibilities there?

Mr. Key: CCM was actually founded in 1986 as Companion Capital


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