Optimum Patrimoine was the very first Fund the company created after its foundation.
To achieve the Fund's objective, the manager invests in the equity market (via direct investments or UCITS/AIF), as well as in the bond market.
|Assets under management (€ M)||72.46 (2023/02/28)|
|Net asset value (€)||73.53 (2023/02/28)|
|Cash||Weekly (Fridays)/Before 11:00 a.m.|
- This diversified balanced Fund is comprised of eurozone bonds and international equities that would allow a better protect of capital in times of crisis and ensure diversification.
- Looking to achieve an asymmetrical performance profile designed to buffer the impact of stock market fluctuations.
- A management framework is used to tactically modify the equity and bond allocations.
- A management framework is also used to tactically monitor the allocations to different regions of the world.
This product carries a risk of capital loss.
|← Lower risk||Highest risk →|
Due to the investment strategy, the Fund’s exposure to the equity risk is high; therefore, in the event of a downward trend in equity markets, the Fund’s net asset value could fall.
Foreign exchange risk:
This is the impact on the currency exposure of fluctuations in a currency against the reference currency. There is a foreign exchange risk for French residents due to the composition of the portfolio, which may include shares listed, inter alia, in US dollars, pounds sterling, Canadian dollars, Danish kroner, Swedish kroner, Norwegian kroner, Swiss francs, Japanese yen and Chinese yuan.
The Fund is exposed to the interest-rate risk at all times. Therefore, if interest rates rise, the net asset value of the fund may fall.
Detailed information about the product's risks is available in the pre-contractual documentation of the Fund.
Documentation (only available in French)
|Asset classes||European Bonds and International Stocks|
|Asset manager||Optimum Gestion Financière S.A.|
|Custodian||Société Générale Securities Services (SGSS)|
|SFDR classification||Article 6|
|Eligibility for French|
Equity Savings Plan (PEA)