By continuing on this site you have agreed to cookies being placed and accessed by this website. More information and adjusting cookie settings.

Robeco uses cookies to analyze your visit to this site, to share information via social media and to personalize the site and advertisements in line with your own preferences. By clicking on agree or by continuing on this site, you agree to the above. More information and adjusting cookie settings.

AGREE

Robeco uses cookies to analyze your visit to this site, to share information via social media and to personalize the site and advertisements in line with your own preferences. By clicking on agree or by continuing on this site, you agree to the above. More information and adjusting cookie settings.

AGREE

By continuing on this site you have agreed to cookies being placed and accessed by this website. More information and adjusting cookie settings.

Rorento renamed

29-10-2015 | Press release | Kommer van Trigt

Rotterdam, 29 October 2015 – Robeco Groep N.V. announces that per 1 November 2015, Rorento will undergo a name change. The fund, one of the oldest fixed income funds in the Netherlands, will be renamed Robeco Global Total Return Bond Fund*.

The name change will make the fund more internationally recognizable. To celebrate this event and to mark the close of the fund’s 40th anniversary year, the investment team of the Robeco Global Total Return Bond Fund will ring the opening bell at the Amsterdam exchange on 29 October.

Kommer van Trigt, Portfolio Manager and Head of the Global Fixed Income Macro team at Robeco: “We are proud to end our anniversary celebrations with a new name, which will make the fund more recognizable and more accessible to investors around the world. And although the name changes, everything else will remain the same. Our investment strategy remains intact.”

The Robeco Global Total Return Bond Fund is Robeco's oldest bond fund. The fund invests globally in government and corporate bonds and actively positions itself to benefit from interest rate and currency developments. In October 2015, the assets under management amount over EUR 1.8 billion.


*a risk indicator with score 3 (download: https://www.afm.nl/nl-nl/professionals/onderwerpen/downloadbestanden-informatieverstrekking/risicometer-ebi-downloadbestanden)

Share this page: