Market volatility remained particularly limited over the first quarter of the year. There is increasing confusion in the US as to the new administration’s ability to implement certain reforms that had been promised during the election campaign. Meanwhile in the Eurozone, micro and macroeconomic data published over recent weeks confirm the improvement that has been visible for several months, pointing to a more robust recovery than expected.
The situation on the bond markets is varied: credit indices are still putting in positive performances on the back of higher yields at purchase, but...
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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.
He began his career in 2006 with various asset management experiences in the banking groups Candriam, Credit Suisse and Rothschild & Co.
In October 2010, he joined DNCA Finance as a management assistant in the bond and diversified team. He became manager-analyst in 2014 and extended his skills to French and European equities.
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.
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The investment philosophy is to seek, in the medium term, a regular rate of total return consistent with the preservation of capital by investing in the Euro bond market.
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European Fixed Income Securities
For investors seeking exposure to European Fixed Income Instruments.
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Fund Legal Type : SICAV mutual fund governed by Luxembourg law
Country Of Domicile : LU
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Performance fee : 20% of the positive performance net of any fees above FTSE MTS Global with High Water Mark
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