||Leadersel Innotech ESG Class I
||10% ICE BofA Euro Treasury Bill Index; 90% MSCI World net TR Index.
||International equity fund
||Luxembourg umbrella mutual fund
The Sub Fund Manager uses scientific and industrial analysis to identify companies developing innovative products and services that are more likely to disrupt a sector or change people habits and behaviors. Once identified, the Manager uses fundamental analysis to select long and short investments mainly in equity; both equity securities and ETD or OTC derivatives (equity swap). The Fund integrates ESG (environmental, social, governance) criteria in the investment process, alongside financial criteria managed from a risk-return perspective. Material ESG issues are addressed and promoted through active ownership. A positive ESG screening is performed on individual instruments at the time of their acquisition. In addition, certain sectors, companies, products, or activities are restricted from the investment universe. In order to realize its investment strategy, the Fund will invest mainly in different classes of international transferable securities, mainly equities and derivatives on equities, and, on a residual basis, in bonds, money market instruments and other derivatives. In particular, the Fund will use listed derivatives (such as, for example, futures and options) and OTC derivatives (such as, for example, Contracts for Difference, Equity Swap or Total Return Swap) in order to realize the investment strategy of the Fund and to create long and short exposure. The underlying assets of the Total Return Swaps will mainly be equities. The Fund may also invest in ADR (American Depositary Receipts) or GDR (Global Depositary Receipt) on a tactical basis. Those ADR/GDR will not have derivative incorporated products. All bonds will be investment grade. In terms of geographical exposure, the Fund will invest mainly in developed markets (such as markets in countries belonging to the EU and the OECD).The balance may be invested in any instrument listed in the above paragraph, including emerging markets instruments. In such case, the Fund will invest only in securities listed on regulated markets. The Fund may hold cash, up to 10% of its net assets with the same credit institution and up to 20% with the Depositary Bank. The Fund may invest up to ten per cent (10%) of its net assets in UCITS or other UCI as referred to in art. 41, section 1, of the Law of 2010. The Fund may not invest more than 20% of its net assets in equities issued by companies listed in Hong Kong and Mainland China, including H shares, A shares and B shares, taking into account the risks associated with such investments described in the “Fund Investment Objectives and Policy”chapter of the prospectus. The Fund may use financial techniques and instruments in order to promote an efficient portfolio management, in accordance with the restrictions set forth in the “Financial techniques and instruments” chapter of the prospectus.
This Fund is actively managed and seeks to grow capital and to generate income. The Fund has no reference Benchmark. The investment objective of this Fund is to achieve maximum capital appreciation commensurate with reasonable risk.
||CACEIS Bank, Luxembourg branch
||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: email@example.com
- Phone number: 00 352 47 6759 99
- Fax number: 00 352 47 67 70 37
- Business hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CET
- Languages: Inglese, 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
|Fund units publication
|Maximum management fees
||0,9% on an annual basis
||20% calculated on the positive difference between the net return of the Fund and the index consisting of 10% ICE BofA Euro Treasury Bill Index and 90% MSCI World net TR Index in the reference year.
|Minimum amount of the first subscription
|Minimum amount of subsequent subscriptions