The investment objective of the C WorldWide EAFE composite is to achieve long-term capital growth exceeding the return of the market with a moderate risk profile as measured by standard deviation. The aim is to have a portfolio’s standard deviation level at or below that of the market.
Our experience in managing focused portfolios has taught us that a concentrated portfolio of 25 to 30 high conviction stock picks ensures a sufficiently high risk diversification. The portfolio endeavours to understand and capitalize on the trends of the future. Most importantly, though, is to be optimally prepared for the future with a robust portfolio of unique stock picks.
The portfolio invests in EAFE equities (International equities) and has no geographic or sector restrictions.
|C WorldWide EAFE Composite||Benchmark|
TOP 10 HOLDINGS
|Share in %|
|HDFC Bank||7.7 %|
|British American Tobacco||5.8 %|
|AIA Group||4.6 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell||4.6 %|
|TSMC - ADR||4.5 %|
|Sun Hung Kai Properties||3.7 %|
|Novo Nordisk||3.5 %|
RETURN & RISK
|1 Y||3 Y||5 Y||10 Y||Lifetime||P.A.|
|C WorldWide EAFE Composite (%)||10.8||10.4||10.9||6.1||14.2||14.2|
|Relative performance (%)||-2.3||3.0||0.7||2.9||8.8||8.8|
|3 Y||5 Y||10 Y||Lifetime||P.A.|
|Std. dev. portfolio (%)||12.4||10.5||13.4||19.7||19.7|
|Std. dev. benchmark (%)||12.8||10.7||14.3||16.2||16.2|
|Portfolio category:||EAFE (International) Equities|
|Launch date:||1 September 1986|
|Investment Manager:||C WorldWide Asset Management|
|Portfolio Manager:||Bengt Seger|
|Performance calculation:||Performance figures are GIPS verified|
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All reasonable precautions have been taken to ensure the accuracy of information available on this website. The information may be amended at any time by C WorldWide Asset Management without notice.
We must emphasize that the figures in this publication are historical, and that past returns cannot be used as a reliable indicator of future returns.