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SFS - Sycomore Partners

Cyril Charlot

Cyril Charlot

Founding Partner & Co-Head of Portfolio Management
Emeric Préaubert

Emeric Préaubert

Founding Partner & Co-Head of Portfolio Management

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SFS - Sycomore Partners CS

  • ISIN Code LU1786955093
  • BLOOMBERG TICKER SYCPLCS LX
  • INCEPTION 2000-06-15
  • BENCHMARK n/a
  • INVESTMENT HORIZON 5 years

Risk level

Lower risk can mean lower potential returnsLow1234567HighHigher risk can mean higher potential returns
The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definitionClose the The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) is calculated in compliance with the regulatory requirements applicable to mutual funds that meet the European UCITS IV standards. The synthetic risk and reward indicator is based on the volatility of the fund’s historical weekly performances. It provides an indication on the volatility of historical returns and a general insight into the mutual fund’s risk profile. Grade 1 corresponds to the lowest risk and Grade 7 to the highest. Note however that the lowest risk category (1) does not mean the fund is risk-free. The risk category that is awarded to a fund offers no guarantees and may change over time.

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    SFS - Sycomore Partners IC

    100.02 €
    14.08.2018
    • ISIN Code LU1725499187
    • BLOOMBERG TICKER SYCPLIC LX
    • INCEPTION 2017-12-14
    • BENCHMARK n/a
    • INVESTMENT HORIZON 5 years

    Risk level

    Lower risk can mean lower potential returnsLow1234567HighHigher risk can mean higher potential returns
    The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definitionClose the The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

    The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

    The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) is calculated in compliance with the regulatory requirements applicable to mutual funds that meet the European UCITS IV standards. The synthetic risk and reward indicator is based on the volatility of the fund’s historical weekly performances. It provides an indication on the volatility of historical returns and a general insight into the mutual fund’s risk profile. Grade 1 corresponds to the lowest risk and Grade 7 to the highest. Note however that the lowest risk category (1) does not mean the fund is risk-free. The risk category that is awarded to a fund offers no guarantees and may change over time.

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      FUND TRACK RECORD

      TR: Total Return
      NR: Dividends reinvested
      Past performance does not guarantee future returns

      Data as of

      14.08.2018
      Performances
       FundIndex
      August 2018-0.55%
      2018-0.15%
      Inception0.02%
      Annualised0.03%

      SFS - Sycomore Partners ID

      • ISIN Code LU1725500455
      • BLOOMBERG TICKER SYCPLID LX
      • INCEPTION 2017-12-14
      • BENCHMARK n/a
      • INVESTMENT HORIZON 5 years

      Risk level

      Lower risk can mean lower potential returnsLow1234567HighHigher risk can mean higher potential returns
      The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definitionClose the The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

      The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) - definition

      The synthetic risk and reward indicator (SRRI) is calculated in compliance with the regulatory requirements applicable to mutual funds that meet the European UCITS IV standards. The synthetic risk and reward indicator is based on the volatility of the fund’s historical weekly performances. It provides an indication on the volatility of historical returns and a general insight into the mutual fund’s risk profile. Grade 1 corresponds to the lowest risk and Grade 7 to the highest. Note however that the lowest risk category (1) does not mean the fund is risk-free. The risk category that is awarded to a fund offers no guarantees and may change over time.

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