Eurozone EquitySmall & Mid Caps
- Investment horizon
Longer than 5 years
- 5 years performance
Quadrator is a Eurozone equity fund with a focus on small and mid caps focusing on growth stocks on 4 macro trends :
complemented by value opportunities in the 4 themes with portfolio construction driven by a proven proprietary methodology.
The fund's investment management strategy relies on a proprietary and dynamic process: the ESG-inclusive Quadrator investment process, combined with a proprietary methodology SRI Analysis.
Before any investment, PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE KIID AND PROSPECTUS OF THE UCITS.
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The fund focuses on growth stocks in 4 main areas that have a positive impact on the 21st century
1. Better Life
People want to improve their well-being and health throughout their lives.
Consumers are constantly “on-line” and quickly adopt new societal trends and behaviours.
3. Smart Resources
The urgency of sustainable development requires a transformation in the management of energy and environmental resources.
4. Digital Impact
The digitalization of business processes and production methods creates new business models.
A prism for analysis of the 4 key criteria for Small & Mid Caps stocks.
Portfolio values are analysed using a two-pronged approach: the Quadrator method, and our proprietary methodology SRI Analysis, Montpensier Governance Flag (FgM), and Montpensier Impact Assessment (MIA).
The Quadrator fund is at least 75% invested according to the French PEA investment guidance. A minimum of 75% of the fund's net assets is exposed to euro zone equities.
The Quadrator's fund's investment management objective is to deliver medium and long-term performance through active discretionary investment management, with a focus on stock-picking within Eurozone markets.
The fund is predominantly invested in Small & Mid Caps stocks.
The management objective of the FCP is to seek a performance net of management fees, over the 5 years recommended investment period, outperforming the EuroStoxx Small Net Return Index (SCXT) calculated dividends reinvested, through a stock-picking approach on the Eurozone equity markets; outside any predefined sector or geographical allocation; without any predefined sector or geographic allocation, via a method that favors the search for the intrinsic quality of the stocks, integrating ESG criteria into the stock picking and analysis processes.
Risk of loss of capital : the fund does not offer any guarantee of performance nor capital.
Risk associated with discretionary investment management : risk that the fund is not always invested in the best-performing equities.
Equity risk : equity markets may vary sharply, and drop significantly in particular. Furthermore, the fund may invest up to 100% of net assets in small-caps, which may present additional risks due to their specific characteristics.
Other risks : derivatives market risk, interest rate risk, credit risk, convertible bonds risk, default risk, foreign exchange market risk, liquidity risk.
Risks are detailed in the prospectus.
|Inception date||16 July 2007|
|Legal status||UCITS V French-law compliant SICAV|
|AMF classification||Euro zone equities|
|PEA eligible (France only)||Yes|
|ISIN codes||FR0010482984 (Quadrator SRI IC), FR0012620318 (Quadrator SRI ID), FR0012326791 (Quadrator SRI RC), FR0012620326 (Quadrator SRI RD)|
|Cost||Refer to the prospectus and each fund share's KIID in the "download documents" box above.|
|Investment management company||Montpensier Finance|
|Custodian||Caceis Bank France|
|Valuation||Daily (Caceis Fund Admin)|
|Cut-off||Refer to the prospectus and contact the banking institution that handled the order.|
|Investment horizon||Longer than 5 years|
|Approved for distribution in||France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Italy (institutional investors)|
|Transfert Agent||Caceis Bank, Luxembourg branch|