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Anlageschwerpunkt Alma Platinum IV Selwood Market Neutral Credit - I1C-E EUR ACC

KVG
1.203,280 EUR
+1,290 EUR+0,11 %
Geld
1.203,280 EUR
Brief
1.203,280 EUR
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Laufende Kosten
1,37 %
Morningstar-Rating
Ertrags­ver­wendung
Thesaurierend
Morningstar ESG-Rating

Zusammensetzung nach Land

BarmittelSpanienItalien
Stand:
  • Barmittel (41,6 %)
  • Spanien (28,1 %)
  • Italien (27,9 %)

Zusammensetzung nach Instrument

Alternative Investments
Stand:
  • Alternative Investments (100,0 %)

Zusammensetzung nach Währung

Euro
Stand:
  • Euro (56,0 %)

Top Holdings zu Alma Platinum IV Selwood Market Neutral Credit - I1C-E EUR ACC

WertpapiernameAnteil
Spanien EO-Bonos 2019(24)
Anleihe · WKN A2R0VN · ISIN ES0000012E85
28,07 %
Italien, Republik EO-B.T.P. 2019(25)
Anleihe · WKN A2R8N3 · ISIN IT0005386245
18,48 %
Italien, Republik EO-B.T.P. 2014(24)
Anleihe · WKN A1ZN0X · ISIN IT0005045270
9,46 %
Summe:56,01 %
Stand:

Fondsstrategie zu Alma Platinum IV Selwood Market Neutral Credit - I1C-E EUR ACC

The Fund provides access to a UCITS compliant version of the Selwood Market Neutral Credit Strategy managed by Sofiane Gharred and his team at Selwood Asset Management ('Selwood'). The strategy was launched in September 2015 and trades a single investment strategy focused on liquid credit indices within the investment grade credit space. It implements the strategy by investing in CDX and iTraxx indices, tranches of these, index options and single name CDS. The goal is to achieve a market neutral portfolio which has a positive carry and positive convexity. The strategy attempts to monetise the dislocation between the actual credit spread of the CDX and iTraxx index and that implied by the CDS of the underlying index components. There has been a persistent difference between these spreads since the indices were launched in 2004, largely due to the indices being used predominantly to hedge credit exposure. The team will buy CDS on the most risky single name credits in order to minimise the risk of default to the portfolio.