Berenberg Strategy Allocation (R)
The fund of funds invests in Berenberg mutual funds based on various asset classes, investment philosophies and time horizons. Allocation is dynamically managed by means of a quantitative model. Decisions on changes in allocation are taken on the basis of a model following a purely quantitative investment approach, and implemented with discipline.
The decision architecture, which can generally be described as following the trend, consists of various sub-models which generate market indications for the individual funds largely independently of each other.
If necessary, strategic allocation is optimised with a clear focus on risk. The strategically determined allocation represents upper limits for the individual funds. The model allows to adjust investment shares only downwards. The residual is invested in the money market/money market funds. This procedure is to ensure that the risk expected from the optimisation is not exceeded.
This information is not directed at US individuals and only to clients domiciled in those countries where this fund is admitted to public distribution.
Institutional clientsVersicherungen & Versorgungswerke
Phone +49 40 350 60-235 email@example.com
|WKN / ISIN||A1C0UD / DE000A1C0UD3|
|Investment Company||Universal-Investment-Gesellschaft mbH|
Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
|Custodian Bank||State Street Bank International GmbH|
|Financial Year End||31. Dec|
|Appropriation of Net Income||distributing|
Boris Jurczyk, Stefan Ewald
The graph “Performance after expenses” takes into account expenses typically incurred by the investor when buying and holding an investment. Within a model calculation, a one-time load of 1 % has been assumed. Fees may be charged for the administration of the safe custody account, which will additionally lower the performance.
Performance current year
Performance 1 year
Performance 3 years
Performance 5 years
moderate earnings expectations, resulting from market opportunities
relatively stable returns
risk of loss from stock, interest rate, and currency fluctuations; potentially high counterparty risk
|Other share class|
Institutional clients (Class I)