Leadersel Alternative Beta Classe A

Overview

Main information
Fund Name
Leadersel Alternative Beta Classe A
Category
Flexible fund
Legal structure
Luxembourg umbrella mutual fund
Investment policy
The objective of this sub-fund is to seek moderate absolute returns over a medium investment horizon. This objective will be reached by investing mainly in transferable securities, money market instruments and derivatives (including but not limited to futures, total return swaps and forwards), directly or through the use of undertakings for collective investments in transferable securities authorised pursuant to the UCITS Directive and/or other UCIs within the meaning of Article 1, 1st paragraph, first and second indent of said Directive, whose investment policy is consistent with that of the sub-fund. As the strategy pursued for this sub-fund is flexible, the sub-fund may invest up to 100% of its net assets in money market instruments with duration of less than twelve months and hold liquid assets, cash and cash equivalent including bank deposits.
Risk
3
Inception date
12/01/2016
Quote Value at 2018.11.16
96,830
Patrimon Value at 2018.11.16
9.682.960
Legal information
Depository Bank
CACEIS Bank, Luxembourg branch
Audit firm
Ernst & Young S.A.
How to subscribe it
The Funds managed by Ersel Gestion Internationale S.A. can be subscribed by sending an order to the Transfer Agent and Custodian Bank of the Fund.
Investor Services Team:
-Email address: fds-investor-services@caceis.com
-Phone number:00.352.47.67.59.99
-Fax number:00.352.47.67.70.37
-Business hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CET
-Languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch
For institutional investors the orders can also be transmitted through the following distributors: Allfunds Bank, Mfex, Fund Channel.
NAV calculation frequency
Daily
Fund units publication
Fundsquare.net
Fund Ticker
ISIN code
LU1327547649
Charges
Entry charge
None
Exit charge
None
Maximum Management fees
Max 0.60% on an annual basis
Performance fee
Maximum of 10% calculated based on the "High Water Mark" (the highest net asset value per unit recorded at quarter-end) and higher than one of the quarterly equivalent of an annual performance of EONIA (Euro Overnight Index Average) + 2% ("Hurdle Rate"), paid quarterly.