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LUXEMBOURG AND GIBRALTAR

  • Atlantic Capital Flexible Multi Assets Fund
  • Atlantic Capital Opportunistic Equity Fund
  • Investment Process
  • The Team

Atlantic Capital Flexible Multi Assets Fund

The Fund aims to preserve capital in turbulent market conditions and to generate income and capital gains during normal periods.

To this end, the Fund focuses on delivering stable growth in returns while keeping price fluctuations low. The Fund invests globally and dynamically in various asset classes, including all types of debt securities (e.g. money market instruments), equities and equity related securities, foreign currencies, cash and commodities.

  • Actively managed multi-asset Fund looking for a positive return, independent of any benchmark;
  • The Fund’s priority is capital preservation. It thus aims to keep volatility low;
  • To achieve this, the Fund uses direct investments, collective investments and derivatives.

Philosophy

Modern finance and the novel way in which financial markets operate led us to the following conclusion: “We need to adapt our way of investing to take account of new factors that interfere with market valuation and mechanisms.”

These days, financial assets are heavily influenced by news flow, analyst expectations and above all Central Bank monetary policy, intervention and commentary. This has created a significant “valuation gap” between the real economy and financial markets, which has forced us to adapt the way we invest and control risk.

We believe that, in this environment, a strict disciplined investment approach combined with flexible asset allocation are key to achieving our goals.

Basic data

Fund Type UCITS IV
Fund Domicile Luxembourg
Strategy Multi-Assets
Inception 12.02.2016
Use of Dividends Accumulation
Current Performance of Share Class P link

FACTSHEETS / MONTHLY REPORTS

 
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FR
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Factsheet of Share Class P as of 30.03.2017

SHARE CLASSES

*Exclusive for Atlantic Capital Ltd Discretionary Management Mandates

Atlantic Capital – The Opportunistic Equity Fund

The Fund aims to generate a risk adjusted equity market return, with a view to capital preservation in turbulent financial market conditions. During normal periods it aims to generate income and capital gains.

To this end, the fund mainly invests in equities of companies domiciled, headquartered or primarily operating in the US or Europe. It also invests in cash and cash equivalents (money market instruments, money market UCIs).

  • An actively managed diversified equity Fund;
  • The investment goal is to achieve absolute capital growth over the long-term through investments in a diversified equity portfolio;
  • At any time and on an ongoing basis (as a capital preservation measure), some or all of the assets can be invested in cash deposits, money market UCIs and money market instruments;
  • The portfolio reflects the investment team’s main investment ideas and market views;
  • The portfolio composition is not benchmark driven;
  • Long-term investment horizon without a pre-determined holding period.

Philosophy

Modern finance and the novel way in which financial markets operate led us to the following conclusion: “We need to adapt our way of investing to take account of new factors that interfere with market valuation and mechanisms.”

These days, financial assets are heavily influenced by news flow, analyst expectations and above all Central Bank monetary policy, intervention and commentary. This has created a significant “valuation gap” between the real economy and financial markets, which has forced us to adapt the way we invest and control risk.

We believe that, in this environment, a strict disciplined investment approach combined with flexible asset allocation are key to achieving our goals.

Basic data

Fund Type UCITS IV
Fund Domicile Luxembourg
Strategy Equity
Inception 24.06.2016
Use of Dividends Accumulation
Current Performance of Share Class Z link

FACTSHEETS / MONTHLY REPORTS

 
EN
FR
ESP
Factsheet of Share Class Z as of 30.03.2017

SHARE CLASSES

*Exclusive for Atlantic Capital Ltd Discretionary Management Mandates

We look at the financial universe from two perspectives:

  1. The real economy, which is described by fundamentals such as GDP growth, inflation, labour data, corporate capex, household spending etc.
  2. The drivers of the financial markets, such as valuation ratios, corporate results and forecasts, analyst expectations, geo-politics, natural resource disasters and the effects of the unconventional measures applied by central banks. The latter is a fairly new parameter of the utmost importance.

We then analyse and classify the real economy environment. Is it healthy, constructive and positively orientated? We use our conclusions to define our risk appetite and core asset allocation.

We also identify what is influencing prices in today’s financial markets and if they are seeing positive or negative momentum. Our conclusions drive our tactical allocation towards risk-taking or risk-reducing positions, which are subject to a disciplined and strict risk budget designed to control the maximum allowable impact on portfolios.

Portfolio construction

Portfolios are primarily constructed with plain-vanilla and highly liquid investment vehicles such as bonds, equities, open-ended funds, ETFs and derivatives. For specific thematic or regulatory requirements, some investment ideas are expressed through structured products. Alternative investments are also considered including hedge funds, precious metals and real estate funds. Specific attention is paid to the cost efficiency profile of each investment in order to protect our clients’ interests.

Our investment strategy offers extensive flexibility in terms of asset allocation in order to achieve the goals. As such, cash positions may be quite substantial at specific moments in time. We see currencies as an asset class and, accordingly, important changes in net exposure are expected.

Risks are controlled through the use of, mostly listed, derivatives. As our investment approach is built around flexibility and opportunism, significant turnover can be expected.


The Team


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David Diez de Artazcoz

Chief Investment Officer

David has over fifteen years’ experience in discretionary portfolio management and investment advisory for private and institutional clients (pension funds). He is specialised in putting together personalised management solutions and in using sophisticated investment vehicles. He worked at Lombard Odier & Cie for fourteen years in their Lausanne, Geneva, Amsterdam and Gibraltar offices, and for two years at Synopsis Asset Management in Lausanne. David speaks Spanish, French and English.

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Jacques Raemy

Head of Macro and Fundamental Research

Jacques has more than 20 years of experience in investment research and asset management for private and institutional clients. He worked as a quant and fixed-income analyst for Julius Baer in Zurich, as an asset manager for tailor-made discretionary portfolios and head of private asset management with Lombard Odier & Cie in Geneva. He was CIO and member of the executive board of ING Private Banking Switzerland prior to co-founding an independent asset management company. Jacques is responsible for the macro-financial research at Atlantic Capital and supports the investment strategy development process. He owns a masters’ degree in economics from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

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Antonio Muñoz Cariñanos

Portfolio Manager

Antonio has earned a double bachelor’s degree in Law and Business Administration and additionally a postgraduate degree in Leadership from the University of Notre Dame. He has always been linked to the financial sector, doing internships at Lombard Odier & Cie in Gibraltar and Banco Santander in Madrid. From September 2014 to September 2015 he worked in the financial consulting department of Management Solutions, a consulting firm. Antonio has an international and multicultural profile, having lived in different countries and speaking Spanish, English and French. Antonio joined Atlantic Capital beginning of October 2015, in the position of Junior Portfolio Manager.

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