Hermes Linder Fund aims to achieve long-term appreciation principally through value investing.
The fund will achieve this objective by investing most of its assets in securities quoted on the major exchanges worldwide.
Under normal circumstances, the Fund holds a significant proportion of its assets in equities of undervalued companies, holding approximately 20% of the equity portfolio in highly liquid securities.
The Fund strategically picks companies, which reflect high growth potential and that are relatively undervalued with respect to their intrinsic value. This is achieved through an in-depth analysis of the company’s fundamentals, multiples, core ratios and future prospects.
The other portion of assets comprises of cash deposits, investments in fixed-income securities and derivatives, the latter being used for efficient portfolio management as well as for investment purposes.
|Inception Date||Base Currency|
|27th July 2000||Euro (€)|
Fund Identifiers - Class A Institutional
Fund Identifiers - Class A Retail
|Initial Investment||Subsequent Investment|
|Valuation Day||Share Offer|
|Every business day||Up to 100,000 shares|