Yield and growth



RICHELIEU AMERICA

A core US equity investment for diversified portfolios

Richelieu America
is a US equity fund which associates two complimentary strategies :

- The core strategy is based on a dividend approach. This portfolio managers seek companies that have shown their capacity to pay regular dividends over long periods with an emphasis on those companies that have increased the dividend every year over that same reference period.
- The satellite strategy is growth based. The portfolio managers seek to identify companies that are at the heart of structural megatrends that have irreversible consequences in the world we live in (Digitalization, Environment, Health, Urbanization, Technological innovations, Consumption habits...).

Richelieu America is co-managed by an experienced North America portfolio manager, Eric Lafrenière and Richelieu Group CIO responsible for Asset Allocation, Alexandre Hezez.




Eric LAFRENIERE
Manager

Alexandre HEZEZ
Manager


Equity Management

 

Performance at 19/02/2020 (Share class R)


The Richelieu America fund having being launched on December 12th 2019, we will only be available to communicate performance data once the fund has 1 year of track record.

Key figures at 19/02/2020 (Share class R)

Richelieu America STOXX® USA 500*
Net asset value 106.55 € 278.04 €
2020 performance NC NC
One-year performance + NC + NC
Total net assets 19 M€ -
Volatility / 1 year NC -
Volatility / 5 years NC -

(*calculated with net dividends reinvested)

Characteristics

AMF classification: Actions internationales
ISIN code: FR0013456845 (Part R EUR)
Inception date* : December 10th, 2019
Reference benchmark: STOXX® USA 500*
Recommended investment horizon: > 5 years.


* The inception date corresponds to the first available NAV



Risk and return profile

The historical data used to calculate this benchmark may not be a reliable indicator of the UCITS’ future risk profile. The risk category associated with this UCITS is not guaranteed and may change over time. The weakest category does not mean a “risk-free” investment. The UCITS’ capital is not guaranteed.

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The above benchmark reflects the UCITS’ volatility over five years based on its main exposure to euro-denominated bonds and debt securities. It is calculated based on the fund’s historical returns and, in the event of insufficient historical data, based on the returns of its benchmark.

Major risks for the UCITS that have not been sufficiently taken into account by the benchmark are:

- Credit risk: This concerns, for marketable bonds and debt securities, as well as money market instruments, the risk of a sudden deterioration in the creditworthiness of an issuer or that of its default. This risk is more significant for speculative, high-yield securities.

- Impact of financial techniques: The use of derivative financial instruments may lead to increased market movements within the UCITS, thereby leading to more significant changes in net asset value (whether upwards or downwards).


Downloads

KIID (Key Investor Information Document) and prospectus


Our range

 

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