As founders of our distinctive ‘Episode’ investment process, which we have applied consistently for over 20 years, we believe we are well-positioned to select attractive investment opportunities globally.
We believe asset allocation is the primary driver of investment returns. We therefore aim to help clients achieve optimal asset allocation throughout the market cycle using a dynamic approach. We apply behavioural finance theory to respond to market ‘Episodes’ – periods when asset prices are overly influenced by investors’ emotional behaviour rather than long-term fundamental drivers of returns – to deliver solutions for diversified growth, income, capital preservation and sustainability focused.
We combine in-depth research to determine the relative value of assets over the medium to long term, with analysis of investors’ emotional reaction to events to identify investment opportunities.
While each manager is responsible for their own portfolio, as a team we continually share, test and access investment ideas.
|Fund Name||Fund Profile|
Asset allocation strategies targeting total return
|M&G (Lux) Dynamic Allocation Fund||View fund profile|
|M&G (Lux) Conservative Allocation Fund|
Growing income and capital over market cycles
|M&G (Lux) Income Allocation Fund|
Highly flexible strategies designed to protect capital in changing market environments
|M&G (Lux) Global Target Return Fund|
Seeking to provide a combination of capital growth and income while considering environmental, social and governance factors
|M&G (Lux) Sustainable Allocation Fund|
This is a marketing communication. Please refer to the prospectus and to the KIID before making any final investment decisions. The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested. The views expressed in this document should not be taken as a recommendation, advice or forecast. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. Please note, investing in this fund means acquiring units or shares in a fund, and not in a given underlying asset such as building or shares of a company, as these are only the underlying assets owned by the fund.