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PURE WEALTH

- Fund name :
  PCFS SICAV
- Compartment name :
  WEALTH
- Classification :
  Asset allocation
- Legal structure :
  Luxembourg SICAV (UCITS IV)
- Currency :
  Euro
- NAV frequency :
  Daily
- Dealing frequency :
  Daily
- Cut-off :
  10.00 (CET)
- Settlement :
  4 working days max.
- Distribution policy :
  Capitalization
- Management fee :
  Retail – RC : 1.25 %
  Institutional – FC : 0.50 %
- Performance fee :
  RC : 10% with high watermark
  FC : No Performance Fee
- Inception Date :
  15-03-2012
- Custodian :
  RBC Investor Services S.A.
- ISIN :
  RC : LU0649640892
  FC : LU0649642757
- Bloomberg :
  RC : PUREWRC LX Equity
  FC : PUREWFC LX Equity
- Asset manager :
  Pure Capital S.A.
- Fund manager :
  P. Vander Eecken
- NAV publication :
  Website, Bloomberg
- Website :
  www.purecapital.eu
- Date : 
  16/08/2017
- NAV : 
  RC : 124,76 €
  FC : 133,68 €

Performance

 YTD1 YearFrom Start
RC 4,22 % 9,44 % 24,76 %
FC 5,04 % 10,64 % 33,68 %

Keeping its philosophy intact, Pure Capital gives access to its strategies through UCITS IV Luxembourg PCFS SICAV

  

Investment strategy and policy

The objective of the sub-fund is to obtain an absolute return on the investment, independently from the performance of the markets.

The investment policy takes into account the principles of risk spreading by means of a large diversification of investments, an in-depth portfolio construction process and a high level of flexibility and reactivity of investment decisions.

Based on fundamental analysis of the global macroeconomic environment, the allocation of the portfolio between different asset classes and categories of UCITS may vary substantially with the time according to the manager’s expectations. Therefore, the weighting of the allocations between geographical zones, sectors, ratings, maturities,… could change dramatically.   Specifically, a maximum of 50% of the sub-fund net assets could be invested directly or indirectly in international equities. There is no limitation concerning debt securities like fixed and variable rate bonds, treasury bills and money market instruments. Therefore, the sub-fund could, under certain circumstances, holds an important part of cash and cash equivalent.

Investor Profile

The sub-fund is available to all investors who want to participate in the opportunities offered by the international equity and debt markets, currency and commodity markets and all financial instruments while placing the capital protection at the very centre of its investment decisions.

Investors who plan to maintain their investment over the medium term (3 to 5 years).

Net annual targeted return over the stated period is 5 to 7% for an annual volatility of the returns of 6 to 8%.

Financial instruments and limits

The sub-fund Wealth is exposed to:

  • Equities : a maximum of 50% of the sub-fund net assets is invested in international equities without any restrictions in terms of capitalizations, sector or region, potentially including a significant portion of the investments in the emerging countries ;
  • Debt securities : the sub-fund net assets is invested in international debt securities, without restriction, like fixed and variable rate bonds, treasury bills and money market instruments without any restrictions in terms of weighting, rating, sector or region, potentially including a significant portion of the investments in the emerging countries : 
    • Although it is not part of the core strategy of the sub-fund, the Manager of the sub-fund may invest opportunistically up to 10% in asset backed securities and mortgage backed securities or related eligible instruments ;
    • The portfolio''s modified duration is between -4 and +10.
  • Commodities : a maximum of 15% of the sub-fund net assets is invested in eligible instruments in order to capture trends in the commodity markets ;
  • Currencies : The sub-fund may use currencies other than the Fund''s valuation currency for exposure or hedging purposes. There is no restriction in terms of exposure to currencies ;
  • Derivatives : The sub-fund may use futures or options (equities, interest rates, currencies, etc.) traded on regulated or OTC markets in order to generate exposure or hedge the portfolio. The interest rate and equity derivatives markets may only be used to generate leverage amounting to a maximum of 100% of the sub-fund assets ;
  • Howell it is not the intention, the sub-fund may invest up to 10% of its net assets in units or shares of UCITS.