DNCA PME

Small & midcap selection

Portfolio managers comments
February 2017


After a period of consolidation over the first month of the year, the French market welcomed the earnings reporting season, which has been positive so far, with the CAC 40 net return rallying 2.32% in February. However, political risk still remains high, as shown by French banks’ performances since the start of the year and the CAC 40’s performance lag to its European counterparts (apart from Italy) and to the US markets. Macro-economic data are still on a positive trend (PMI, inflation, economic confidence) and confirm the ongoing recovery in Europe. Meanwhile in the US, with the new...

Igor de Maack - Romain AviceText completed on March 01, 2017

At 2017-03-23

NAV

145.49€

Risk indicator

Year-to-date performance

+2.94%

Annualized performance since inception

+12.16%
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Performance 

2016

+14.87%

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Volatility over 1 year

8.7%

Recommended minimum investment horizon

5 Years

Net assets
(At 2017-02-28)

25M€

Inception date

2013-12-16
Past performance is not an indicator of future performance
Management fees are included in performance. The performances are calculated net of any fees by DNCA FINANCE.
This is not a capital guarantee fund

Fund Managers

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Igor de Maack

Igor de Maack graduated from HEC Paris School of Management and is a qualified member of the French financial analysts' association (SFAF) and also holds a postgraduate specialist diploma in International Taxation.

He began his career at Deloitte & Touche. In 1998, he joined the Project Financing department at BNP Paribas. In 2002, he moved to IXIS where he headed the group’s participation in the financing project for the A 28 motorway, then joined the equity research team at Ixis Securities and became senior Vice President of primary equity markets at Lazard-lxis.

He joined DNCA Finance in 2007 as an infrastructures portfolio manager.

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Romain Avice

Romain Avice is a graduate of EDC and holds a master's degree in Finance.

In July 2008, he joined DNCA Finance as an assistant management before becoming manager - analyst on Gallica in December 2012 and on DNCA PME in December 2014.

Performances

Fund evolution
Annualised performances

Inception date : 2013-12-16

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YTD

DNCA PME+2.94%
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(1) The inception date of the Fund is 2013-12-16

Briefly

This fund is managed opportunistically, investing in the fund manager’s strongest convictions within European Union small & midcap markets. The fund is at least 60% invested in equities and 75% in small & midcap securities, focusing on stocks issued by less widely-known companies which enjoy reasonable growth and valuation outlook according to the fund managers’ analyses.

What objective?

Seeking to deliver annualised returns in excess of 7% over the recommended investment horizon.

What breakdown?

European Union equities (60% minimum)

For what type of investor?

For retail investors wishing to benefit from DNCA Finance’s expertise in a flexible equity fund investing in small & midcap equities.

Which characteristics?

Pricing : Daily
Fund Legal Type : FCP
Country Of Domicile : FR
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Min Subscription Shares :
Subscription Fees : 3% max

What taxation?

This fund is eligible for French PEA PME small & midcap personal equity plans. Please consult your usual financial advisor for further information.

Highlights

Legal information

The above information is not a confirmation of any transaction and does not comprise investment advice. Past performances are not a reliable indicator of future performances. Management fees are included in performances. Access to products and services presented may be restricted regarding certain persons or countries. Tax treatment depends on the individual situation of each investor. For full information regarding strategies and fees, please refer to the prospectus, KIID documents and other regulatory information available on this website or free of charge on demand from the investment management company’s registered offices.