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Multi Factor Absolute Return

Diversified exposure to proven factors

  • Absolute return strategy with low correlation to traditional asset classes
  • Efficiently harvesting six factor premiums: value, momentum, low-risk, quality, carry and flow
  • ESG integrated in the portfolio construction process
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Multi Factor Absolute Return

Multi Factor Absolute Return

A systematic absolute return strategy, the fund harvests a highly diversifying set of factor premiums across all major asset classes, aiming to provide long term capital growth and low long-run correlation to the traditional asset classes in a risk-balanced and ESG-aware manner.

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The rise of Factor Investing – Is it just a hype?

Why factor investing?

Factor investing aims to capture ‘hidden’ returns in financial markets and is rapidly gaining in popularity. We have long believed in the evidence-based approach that true factor investing requires, and have given our clients systematic exposure to it to earn premiums for well over a decade.

  • 25 years of applied quantitative innovation
  • > 40 quant investment professionals
  • 1 clear investment philosophy
Pioneers in Factor Investing

Factor investing can help to improve the return-risk profile of a portfolio

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