Richelieu Harmonie 50


A mixed-profile fund

Richelieu Harmonie 50 is a fund of European funds monitored by a management committee. Its flexible allocation is made up (for 0 to 55% of its net assets) of equity or mixed funds, with the remaining percentage invested in fixed-income products. The fund's management aims to achieve, within the minimum recommended investment horizon, annual performance exceeding that of its benchmark index.

Alexandre HEZEZ

Diversified Management


Performance at 18/07/2019 (Share class R)

Performance since inception * (see chart)
Richelieu Harmonie 50 +62.76 %
Reference benchmark ** +53.63 %

Annualised performance since inception *
Richelieu Harmonie 50 + 2.91 %
Reference benchmark ** + 2.56 %

* date of the first available NAV.

** 30% Stoxx Europe 600 + 70% EONIA.

The figures indicated refer to past years. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Sources: internal and Europerformance.

Key figures at 18/07/2019 (Share class R)

Richelieu Harmonie 50 Reference benchmark
Net asset value 162.76 € 153.63 €
2019 performance +4.52 % +4.77 %
One-year performance -0.50 % +0.74 %
Five-year performance +7.94 % +8.67 %
Total net assets 11 M€ -


ISIN code: FR0000986846
Inception date*: 25 July 2002
Reference benchmark : 30% STOXX Europe 600 (net dividends reinvested) + 70% Capitalised EONIA
Recommended investment horizon : > 3 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 the 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.

Low risk,
potentially lower

High risk,
potentially higher


The above benchmark reflects the UCITS’ volatility over five years based on its exposure to fixed-income and equity markets. It is calculated based on the UCITS’ historical returns and, in the event of insufficient historical data, based on the returns of its reference benchmark.

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

- Credit risk: this concerns, for debt securities and monetary instruments, the risk of a sudden deterioration in the creditworthiness of an issuer or that of its default. This risk is more significant for so-called “speculative” securities.


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