European 'Value' Equities
The quarter ended against a backdrop of uncertainty on the French elections. Mr Trump’s 100 days could well turn into 200 days (the measures taken during a new president’s first days in office are crucial for the future). European growth that kicked off in 2H 2016 has been borne out in the FY earnings reports.
Expected 2017 earnings growth in Europe was upgraded this quarter, in a phenomenon that we have not witnessed in more than six years. It would not be surprising if the consensus began to expect growth of more than 16% for 2017.
Capital inflows into the European markets remain...
Recommended minimum investment horizon
Isaac Chebar holds a chemical engineering degree from the Polytechnic school of the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil.
He began his career at Société Générale managing emerging market funds and funds investing in Southern Europe. In 2000, Isaac joined Tocqueville Finance where he set up and managed Tocqueville Value Europe until 2002. He then joined Aviva asset management as head of European investments managing several discretionary funds.
He joined the DNCA Finance management team in 2007.
Don Fitzgerald, CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) graduated from Trinity College Dublin.
He began his career with Citigroup in 1996 firstly in Dublin then in Frankfurt and Paris. He joined WestLB Paris as an investor in distressed debt in 2003 and Tocqueville Finance in 2007. From 2008 to August 2015 he managed the fund Tocqueville Value Europe to first decile performance, by Quantalys, in its category over 1, 3 and 5 years. May 2015 he was awarded the Silver Prize by REVENU for risk adjusted returns in the European equities segment over 3 years. Trilingual, Don worked in Dublin, Paris , London and Frankfurt.
In September 2015, he joined DNCA Finance.
Maxime Genevois graduated from Toulouse Business School in 2015.
After several internships in financial analysis at DNCA Finance, Financière Arbevel and Rothschild & Cie Gestion, he joined the DNCA Finance management team in August 2015.
|DNCA Value Europe||+6.51%||+3.96%||+4.95%||+14.11%||+11.79%||+0.03%||+88.43%||+155.51%||+1.25%|
|Stoxx Europe 600 NR||+8.40%||+3.92%||+6.90%||+14.93%||+14.59%||-0.60%||+72.41%||+131.28%||+1.73%|
This fund – which is eligible for the PEA scheme – has a “value” approach applied to European equities. DNCA Invest Value Europe is made up of discounted equities that offer high dividends and prospects of consistent earnings growth.
Capital appreciation in the medium term Volatility lower than that of the MSCI Europe
European equities (minimum 75%)
For the investor who wants to invest in European equities while minimising risk in this asset class.
Pricing : Daily
Fund Legal Type : FCP
Country Of Domicile : FR
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Subscription Fees : 3% max
This fund is eligible for French PEA personal equity plans. Please consult your usual financial advisor for further information.
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