Our Team


B.S. – Kansas State University


Friess Associates
SunTrust Robinson
George K. Baum & Company
Hambrecht & Quist
Montgomery Securities

Ken Laudan

Portfolio Manager

Ken joined the Buffalo Funds in 2020 as a portfolio manager with more than 30 years of institutional investment experience. Ken’s previous investment positions have included portfolio management roles with both Friess Associates (Brandywine Funds) and Blackthorn Investment Group. Ken also spent 11 years as a senior sell-side investment research analyst at Montgomery Securities (now BoA Merrill Lynch), Hambrecht and Quist (now JPMorgan), George K. Baum, and Suntrust Robinson Humphrey (now Truist Securities).

At the Buffalo Funds, Ken’s focus is on companies in all market sectors while leveraging his valuable expertise from his depth of experience within the healthcare sector.

Ken received a B.S. in Finance from Kansas State University.

Years of Experience

Years at Buffalo Funds


Healthcare is being disrupted… and we’re just getting started. The healthcare sector should continue to be one of the most dynamic investment sectors in the world economy. Our report details the demographic changes, transformative technology, and social and cultural shifts affecting the healthcare industry. Read More

Ken Laudan — August 2020 — 14 pages  


Large Cap Fund

Large Cap Fund

Total Assets $126.94 Million  (12/31/21)
Expense Ratio 0.95% / 0.80%
Benchmark Morningstar U.S. Large Growth

Manager since 2021

Recent Articles

Media coverage regarding the Portfolio Manager, Funds Managed, and the Buffalo Funds in general.

Fundamental Approach

We get to know the companies we invest in and learn how they run their business.

Top-Down & Bottom-Up

We identify Top-Down broad, secular growth trends and search for companies from the Bottom-Up.

Proprietary Philosophy

We construct our portfolios based on our own proprietary investment strategy.

Disciplined Investing

Sticking to our disciplined investment strategy ensures we maintain a consistent, balanced approach.