Robeco Hollands Bezit - EUR G

Index: 50% AEX / 50% AMX index (Gross Total Return, EUR)
ISIN: NL0010510814
  • Invests in large, medium and small-sized companies in the Netherlands or companies listed on a Dutch Financial Market.
  • Careful selection of companies with the best earnings potential
  • Diversification across sectors limits your risk
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About this fund

Robeco Hollands Bezit is an actively managed fund. The fund aims to outperform the benchmark over the long run. The fund invests in companies listed in the Netherlands. The selection of these stocks is based on fundamental analysis. Carefully developed models are used to select stocks with good earnings prospects and a reasonable valuation. Discussions with management and business-data analyses are then carried out in order to stringently screen the individual companies.

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Looking at February’s performance numbers, one may be forgiven for surmising that it was a horrible month. In fact, the first part of the month was very strong with many indices reaching new highs. It was the last week of the month that made all the difference as a lightning-fast correction turned a market melt-up into a market melt-down. Renewed coronavirus anxiety was the obvious culprit. Draconic policy measures to try to contain the spread of the virus will have an economic impact. Could it result in economic recession? No, was the market’s verdict until the better half of February. Well, uhm, recession odds are rising disconcertingly fast, better safe than sorry, seemed to be the market’s assessment during the last week of the month as the virus outbreak hit shores overseas and company profit warnings started to roll in.The large cap AEX Index retreated 8.2% and the mid cap AMX Index 7.4%. The performance gap between ‘risk-on’ and ‘risk-off’ was less pronounced than in January as some of the ‘risk-off’ haven stocks finally experienced their Wile E. Coyote moment.

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Sustainability Themed Fund

Currency policy

The fund is invested in euro listed names only.

Dividend policy

Robeco Hollands Bezit pays out dividends received from the investments in stocks.

ESG Integration policy

Robeco Hollands Bezit integrates ESG factors into its investment process by analyzing the impact of financially material ESG factors to a company’s competitive position and value drivers. We believe that this enhances our ability to understand existing and potential (long-term) risks and opportunities of a company. The impact of material ESG factors can be positive or negative, reflecting risks or opportunities, that ensue from a company’s ESG analysis. If ESG risks and opportunities are significant, the ESG analysis could impact a stock’s fair value and the portfolio allocation decision. In addition to ESG integration, Robeco also has an exclusion policy and conducts proxy voting and engagement activities focused on specific themes, such as climate change, aiming to improve a company’s sustainability profile.

Investment policy

Robeco Hollands Bezit invests in large, medium and small-sized Dutch companies or companies listed on a Dutch Financial Market which combine a good business model and solid growth prospects with reasonable valuation. The most important element of the investment process is bottom-up stock selection, based on in-depth fundamental analysis and quantitative models. The fundamental analysis is aimed at determining the long-term attractiveness of companies compared to their peers. By using a standard framework of assessment criteria (such as growth possibilities, strength of the business model) consistency is maintained. Quantitative models are used to select stocks with high scores on factors which can lead to outperformance in the short and medium term. On average, the fund invests in 20 different companies. Robeco Hollands Bezit invests in equities that are exclusively denominated in euros, as a result of which there is no currency risk. Risk management is fully embedded in the investment process to ensure that the fund's positions remain within previously set limits at all times. In principle, the fund will hold only a limited cash position.

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Active. Risk-management systems continually monitor the portfolio's divergence from the benchmark. In this way, extreme positions are avoided.

Expectation of fund manager

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Last month we stated that we expected WuFlu anxiety to subside fairly quickly and have negligible economic impact. That assessment seems overly optimistic in the light of recent events. The rapid outbreak of the coronavirus outside of China and, especially, the heavy-handed policy response in many countries, will most likely have a noticeable economic impact. Recession risk has risen steeply as a consequence, but from a low level. We still regard economic reacceleration later in the year as a robust base case. That said, investor confidence has taken a hit and it will probably take some time and improving data to regain it. Nevertheless, we remain of the opinion that longer term fundamentals are sound and that the path of least resistance for Dutch equities from here is up.

Steef Bergakker
Steef Bergakker

Steef Bergakker

Steef Bergakker is a member of the Robeco Trends Investing team and portfolio manager of Robeco Hollands Bezit. Before he was the portfolio manager of Robeco Infrastructure Equities. Prior to rejoining Robeco in 2008, Steef held different functions at IRIS (Institute for Research and Investment Services), the former research joint venture of Robeco and Rabobank. From 1998 through 2008 he served as head of IRIS Equity Research, and before that he worked as equity analyst for 8 years. Steef started his career in the investment industry at Robeco in 1990, as a junior analyst. He holds a Master¿s degree in Monetary Economics and Finance and Investments from Erasmus University, Rotterdam.


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The fund is established in the Netherlands. The fund is managed as a 'naamloze vennootschap' (public limited company). The fund has the status of 'fiscal investment institution' in the sense of article 28 of the Dutch Corporate-Income Tax Act 1969, and, as such, is taxed at a corporate-income tax rate of 0%.The fund is obliged to pay out the realized current income in the form of dividend within 8 months after the end of the financial year. From 1 January 2007 the fund withholds Dutch dividend tax at a rate of 15% from these dividend payments. The fund can in principle use the Dutch treaty network to partially recover any withholding tax on its income.

Fiscal treatment of investor

For private investors residing in the Netherlands real interest and dividend income or capital gains received on their investments are not relevant for tax purposes. Participating units held by private investors who are taxpayers in the Netherlands belong in Box 3. If and insofar as an investor's net assets exceed the net wealth exemption limit, said investor is liable from 1 January to pay 1.2% annually on the balance of his or her net assets. Investors residing in the Netherlands may offset the Dutch dividend tax withheld (15% as at 1 January 2007) against their income-tax payment. Investors who are not subject to (exempt from) Dutch corporate-income tax (e.g. pension funds) are not taxed on the achieved result. Dutch tax-exempt bodies may seek a full refund on the 15% dividend tax withheld on dividends (25% prior to 1 January 2007). Interest income is exempt from tax withheld at source. Investors who are subject to Dutch corporate-income tax can be taxed for the result achieved on their investment in the fund. Dutch bodies that are subject to corporate-income tax are obligated to declare interest and dividend income in their tax return. In principle, Dutch bodies that are subject to corporate-income tax may offset the 15% dividend tax withheld on dividends (25% prior to 1 January 2007) against the corporate-income tax and seek a refund of the excess amount. Investors residing outside the Netherlands are subject to their respective national tax regime applying to foreign investment funds. Shareholders who do not pay tax in the Netherlands and who are resident in countries that have a tax treaty with the Netherlands to prevent double taxation, may seek a refund for part of the Dutch dividend tax from the Dutch tax authorities, depending on the treaty. As of 1 January 2007, a pension fund having its registered office in another EU member state is also entitled to a dividend-tax refund in the Netherlands. The above is based on the current fiscal legislation and regulation.