The Berenberg-1590-Substanz-Universal is an asset-managing fund with a total return approach* and invests in stocks, bonds, alternative investments and liquidity.
Based on several indicators (macroeconomic, fundamental, technical) the investment ratio, the duration as well as the regional and sector allocation are managed.
The share of equities is limited to 50% of the portfolio. The fund invests in single stocks, actively managed funds as well as passive Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). A specific attention is given to a systematic risk management.
*The funds total return approach objective is a long-term capital appreciation (investment horizon at least 3 years) while pursuing a systematic limitation of the risk of loss.
This fund is an exclusive product which can be acquired only by clients of Berenberg and via selected marketing Partners.
This information is not directed at US individuals and only to clients domiciled in those countries where this fund is admitted to public distribution.
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|WKN / ISIN|
A1H6HG / DE000A1H6HG5
|Investment Company||Universal-Investment Ges. mbH|
Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
|Custodian Bank||State Street Bank International GmbH|
|Financial Year End||31. Dec|
|Appropriation of Net Income|
Philip Kalthöfer, Oliver Brunner
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 stock market, bond market, and currency opportunities
relatively high returns, aimed at outperforming capital market interest rates.
risk of loss from stock, interest rate, and currency fluctuations; potentially high counterparty risk.
|Other share class|
distributing (Class A)