Oddo ProActif Europe
  • Fund Manager  
    Emmanuel Chapuis
  • Currency  
    EUR
  • Sector  
    European Equity
  • Fund Type  
    Open Ended
  • Fund Size  
    160.32 Mio
  • Launch Date  
    18/12/2006
  • Lipper Total Return  

Between 0% and 100% of the Oddo ProActif Europe fund is invested in European equities and/or money market products, its aim being to outperform the benchmark index (50% capitalised Eonia + 50% Eurostoxx 50 NR) over an investment period of at least three years. The fund is managed on a discretionary basis, and can make the most of market conditions by freeing itself from benchmarks.

Emmanuel Chapuis joined since 2005 in Oddo Asset Management has Analyst/fund manager, CFA, Head of thematic stocks and large caps management. Prior to this, he worked in CM-CIC Asset Management as Equity fund manager (1999-2005) and Goldman Sachs/Archon Group as Financial analyst (1998 to 1999). He has 14 years of experience in asset management. He was graduated in MBA from the Texas Christian University (Dallas/Fort Worth) and also a member of the SFAF (French Society of Financial Analysts).

Performance

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year
ProActif Europe 1.57% 18.73% 44.74%
LCI EONIA Capitalise/EURO STOXX 50 NR EUR﴾50:50﴿ -2.17% 10.75% 25.73%
Figures correct as at 31 Aug 2016
Derived - GICs Sector as at 31/12/2015
Sector % of fund
Information Technology
12.26%
Health Care
11.5%
Non Classified - Non Equity
8.65%
Consumer Discretionary
7.21%
Consumer Staples
4.93%
Financials
4.59%
Materials
3.62%
Industrials
3.06%

Fees

Charge Amount Rating
Total Expense Ratio2.79
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