Algebris Global Credit Opportunities Fund
The Algebris Global Credit Opportunities Fund aims at generating attractive risk-adjusted returns regardless of the direction of credit markets, hedging macro risks and optimizing diversification and liquidity.
The Fund adopts a flexible investment approach via directional, relative value and hedging positioning, with a focus on global credit markets (from sovereign to corporate debt, investment grade and sub-investment grade, bank debt and convertibles in developed and emerging markets). Exposures are tactically managed and globally unconstrained. Top-down macro views and bottom-up credit analysis are synthesized in overall portfolio construction.
Algebris Global Credit Opportunities Fund has the ability to take long and short positions, employ prudent leverage and use derivatives where appropriate.
The Fund’s currency exposure is typically hedged vis-à-vis the base currency of the Fund (Euro), however the Fund may take some FX outright positions.
The Fund can be classified and treated as a non-complex financial instrument within the meaning of MiFID II.
Produced by MSCI ESG Research as of January 3rd 2023
- Inception date: 19th July 2016
- Domicile: Ireland
- Liquidity: Daily
- Base currency: Euro
- Risk profile (SRRI): 4
- SFDR Classification: Art. 8
- Management fee: p.a.
- Incentive fee:
- Minimum investment: €
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Figures are based on net returns including admin, management and incentive fees and including ADL (Anti-Dilution Levy) where applicable. Further information is contained in the Prospectus. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Source: BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Limited
The performance shown above is supplementary to the complete calendar year and/or quarter end performance data. Inception date: 19.07.2016. Figures are based on net returns including admin, management and incentive fees and excluding the Dilution Adjustment (currently up to 10bps) for the B EUR Accumulating share class. The actual price at which an investor subscribes or redeems shares in the fund will vary, depending on the swung price based on the Dilution Adjustment applied on the day in question. Further information is contained in the Prospectus. Performance and costs may increase or decrease as a result of currency and exchange rate fluctuations. Source: Algebris Investments, Bloomberg Finance L.P., Markit TM, BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Limited.