By all standards, Dodge & Cox had a banner year. While fund data providers are still crunching full-year 2001 numbers, the institutional advisor based in San Francisco is poised to cap off the year as the third best selling no-load fund complex, and the seventh overall best selling fund group in 2001.

Through November, Dodge & Cox, which offers four funds, had garnered $3.6 billion in net new flows, placing it third behind Vanguard, which collected $33.6 billion, and Fidelity with $8.6 billion, according to Financial Research Corp. of Boston.

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