H2O Multireturns N/A GBP

Name
NGAM Investment Funds U.K. ICVC - H2O Multireturns Fund N/A(GBP)
Manager
Natixis Investment Managers S.A.
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BFNXSH36
Sector
LC00000739
Launched
16/10/2013
OCF
1 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.56
Yield
1.3 %
Benchmark
ICE LIBOR 1 Month GBP
The H2O MultiReturns Fund (the “Fund”) seeks to outperform 1-month GBP LIBOR1 by 4% p.a. over a recommended investment horizon of 3 years, less the ongoing charges ratio. In order to meet its objective, the Fund seeks diversification of its assets among asset classes, markets, strategies and time horizons and does so within a risk allocation framework in the global fixed income, equity and currency markets.
Holding%
Portugal (Republic Of)6.90 %
Spain (Kingdom of)5.79 %
Portugal (Republic Of)4.10 %
Netherlands (Kingdom Of)3.61 %
Mexico (United Mexican States)3.54 %
Engie3.01 %
Belgium (Kingdom Of)3.01 %
Greece (Republic Of)2.99 %
Italy (Republic Of)2.89 %
Greece (Republic Of)2.83 %
Region%
United Kingdom100.00 %
Sector%
Financial Services100.00 %
Name
Natixis Investment Managers S.A.
Address
1855, Luxembourg
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Jérémy Touboul

Joined 10/16/2013

Vincent Chailley

Joined 10/16/2013

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