Political uncertainty dragged down the markets for a large part of 2016, particularly in continental Europe. Overall, and contrary to most projections, economic, financial and technical considerations won out, leading to a spectacular increase in risky assets in the first few days of December.
Bond markets in the Eurozone were buoyed by massive ECB intervention, posting performances close to 3.1% for sovereign bonds, 4.7% for IG corporate debt and 8.7% for speculative-grade bonds. Meanwhile on shorter maturities, the FTSE Eurozone Government Bond 1-3 year index gained 0.31%.
5-year annualized performance
Recommended minimum investment horizon
Philippe Champigneulle graduated as an actuary from the University of Lyons (ISFA).
After starting his career at CDC, he joined Schelcher Prince Finance in 1984, where he occupied various bond manager positions and became head of trading activities in European derivatives and bond markets, before being appointed associate director and risk controller in 2001.
Philippe joined DNCA Finance in May 2005 as product manager and then moved to the fund management team in May 2009.
Romain Grandis, CFA charterholder, holds a degree in civil engineering from the Ecole des Mines and an Actuarial qualification from the ISFA financial science and insurance institute in Lyon.
He began his career at CIC Lyonnaise de Banque in 2004, and in 2005 joined MMA Finance, part of the Covéa group, as a fund manager and quantitative analyst on European equities. In 2010, he joined Covéa Finance, using his quantitative analysis skills across all asset classes. In 2011, Covéa Finance appointed him to manage insurance mandates for the group’s various entities.
Romain joined DNCA Finance in May 2016 as co-fund manager in both the bond and diversified fund management teams.
Adrien Le Clainche holds a master's degree in Financial Management from Paris X Nanterre University.
In October 2010, he joined the rate management team and diversified DNCA Finance.
Baptiste Planchard is a graduate of business school ESC Reims and holds a degree in History.
Following an initial role in Sales trading at Oddo & Cie in 2013, he joined DNCA Finance in July 2014 and is involved in both the bond and diversified fund management teams.
|DNCA Sérénité Plus||+0.1%||+0.12%||-0.19%||+0.33%||+1.48%||-0.73%||+10.44%||+12.88%||+0.92%|
|FTSE MTS 1-3 years (2)||-0.20%||-0.15%||-0.15%||-0.16%||+0||+0.55%||+8.45%||+9.73%||+0.30%|
The Sub-Fund will select securities in the fixed income universe through macroeconomic, technical, financial and credit analyses. Balance sheet and cashflows analyses are core to the selection process. The modified duration of the Sub-Fund will stay between 0 and 4, without any restriction on the modified duration of individual securities in the Sub-Fund. The Sub-Fund will only invest in securities denominated in Euro.
The Sub-Fund seeks to outperform the Bloomberg Eurozone Sovereign FTSE MTS 1-3 years calculated with coupons reinvested on the recommended investment period.
Euro-denominated bonds and other debt securities
The fund targets subscribers seeking opportunistic investment management and accepting exposure to fixed-income market risks over a minimumperiod of 2 years.
Pricing : Daily
Fund Legal Type : FCP
Country Of Domicile : FR
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Min Subscription Shares :
Subscription Fees : 1% max
Performance fee : 20% of the positive performance net of any fees above FTSE MTS 1-3 years
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.