SEIs (SEIC) falls 0.85% on Strong Volume September 14

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SEI Investments Co. (NASDAQ: SEIC), a Oaks, Pennsylvania, company, fell to close at $59.21 Tuesday after losing $0.51 (0.85%) on volume of 414,524 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $60.20 to a low of $58.99 while SEIs’s market cap now stands at $8,353,147,144.

About SEI Investments Co.

SEI's Investment Manager Services supplies investment organizations of all types with advanced operating infrastructure they must have to evolve and compete in a landscape of escalating business challenges. SEI's award-winning global operating platform provides investment managers and asset owners with customized and integrated capabilities across a wide range of investment vehicles, strategies and jurisdictions. Its services enable users to gain scale and efficiency, keep pace with marketplace demands, and run their businesses more strategically. SEI partners with more than 550 traditional and alternative asset managers, as well as sovereign wealth funds and family offices, representing nearly $30 trillion in assets, including 49 of the top 100 asset managers worldwide*.

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