Belvoir Global Allocation Fund

Investment strategy

The Belvoir Global Allocation Fund is a balanced, benchmark independent diversified fund with a global investment focus. As a rule, at least half of the fund consists of equities and bonds. On the equity side, the focus is on companies that pay a high sustainable dividend from their free cash flow. The bond component is intended to generate regular interest income.

The overall objective is a sustained positive performance with low volatility. This flexible investment approach enables rapid adjustment to changing market conditions. Currency risks are hedged where; at least 50% of the fund assets are invested in the fund’s reference currency.

Fund data
Share class EUR Share class CHF
ISIN / WKN LI0037789380 / A0Q9ZT LI0272042065 / A14QFN
Fund domicile Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Fund category mixed fund, global mixed fund, global
Launch date 30.09.2008 14.04.2015
End of year 31. December 31. December
Use of proceeds accumulating accumulating
Management company IFM Independant Fund Management AG IFM Independant Fund Management AG
Depositary LGT Bank AG LGT Bank AG
Distribution CH, DE, AT, LI CH, DE, AT, LI
Administration fee p.a. 0.2% (min. CHF 45`000) 0.2% (min. CHF 45`000)
Max. management fee p.a. max.1.5% max.1.5%
Custody fee p.a. 0.11% (min. CHF 20`000) 0.11% (min. CHF 20`000)
Level performance fee 10% 10%
Hurdle rate EURIBOR 3 Months EUR Libor 3M CHF
TER without performance fee 1.96% 1.98%
TER incl. performance fee 2.2% 2.49%
High watermark yes yes

Belvoir Global Allocation II Universal

Investment strategy

The fund invests primarily in equities, equity funds and equity-like investments. Depending on the market situation, the majority of the Fund may also be invested in bonds, liquidity and other asset classes. The investments are not linked to any reference index. Investments can be selected from all over the world, all freely convertible currencies and all economic sectors.

For efficient management, the Fund may use derivative financial instruments for hedging and investment purposes on securities, equity and bond indices, currencies and exchange-traded funds as well as forward exchange contracts and swaps.

Fund data
Currency EUR
Bloomberg BELGAII GR
Fund domicile Germany
Fund type OGAW
Fund category mixed funds, balanced, international
Launch date 20.11.2008
Currency fund EUR
End of year 31. October
Use of proceeds accumulating
Management company Universal Investment GmbH
Depisotary Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
Distribution CH, DE, AT, UK
Administration fee p.a. 0.4%
Management fee p.a. 1.5%
Depositary fee p.a. 0.15%
Level performance fee 10%
Hurdle Rate no
TER without performance fee 1.88%
Performance fee 0.67%
High watermark yes

Protea Fund - Pecunia FX Fund

Investment strategy

The strategy applies a systematic, automated trading approach in the eight major currencies and their crosses (EUR, GBP, USD, CAD, CHF, JPY, AUD, NZD).

The method has no initial bias to market direction and uses a comprehensive structure of proprietary algorithms. It combines market intelligence, quantitative models, technical analysis indicators as well as rigorous risk management.

Fund data
Share class Institutional (I) Share class All (A)
ISIN EUR LU2033379061 LU2033378683
ISIN CHF (hedged) LU2033379228 LU2033378923
ISIN USD (hedged) LU2033379145 LU2033378766
Fund Domicile Luxembourg Luxembourg
Launch date 14.05.2020 14.05.2020
Custodian Pictet & Cie (Europe) S.A. Pictet & Cie (Europe) S.A.
Administrator FundPartner Solutions (Europe) S.A. FundPartner Solutions (Europe) S.A.
Auditor Deloitte Audit, S.a.r.l Deloitte Audit, S.a.r.l
Legal Advisor Allen & Overy, S.a.r.l Allen & Overy, S.a.r.l
Use of proceeds accumulating accumulating
Management company Belvoir Capital AG Belvoir Capital AG
NAV Frequency Daily Daily
Currency EUR, CHF (Hedged), USD (Hedged) EUR, CHF (Hedged), USD (Hedged)
Minimum investment 100’000 1 share (100 initial value)
Management fee p.a. 1% 1.5%
Performance fee 20% 20%
Subscription / Redemption Fee None None
Country Registration & Tax Compliant DE, AT, UK, LU, CH DE, AT, UK, LU, CH

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