The fund focuses its investments on German equities from all segments, with the majority of investments being made in financially solid German large caps. Selected small and medium-size companies are also part of the investment mix. Particular emphasis is placed on an intensive contact with the company. Additionally, up to 10% of the fund's assets may be invested outside Germany. The fund is actively managed and the cash reserves can be dynamically managed depending on the market situation.
Responsible manager since inception
|Category:||Equity Funds German Blue Chips|
|VG/KVG:||Union Bancaire Privee, UBP SA|
|Fund Manager:||DJE Kapital AG|
|This sub-fund/fund promotes ESG features in accordance with Article 6 of the Disclosure Regulation (EU Nr. 2019/2088).|
|Type of Share:||accumulation|
|Financial Year:||01.01. - 31.12.|
|Fund Size (18/05/2022):||24,29 Mio EUR|
|TER p.a. (30/06/2020):||2,18 %|
|Reference Index:||100% DAX INDEX|
|Initial Charge:||3,000 %|
|Management Fee p.a.:||1,500 %|
|Custodian Fee p.a.:||0,100 %|
|Advisory Fee p.a.:||1,10 %|
Ratings & Awards (18/05/2022)
no esg data available
Performance in Percent vs. Reference Index
|Standard Deviation (1 years):||10,76 %|
|Tracking Error (1 years):||19,28 %|
|Value at Risk (99% / 20 days):||-6,70 %|
|Maximum Drawdown (1 year):||-6,34 %|
|Sharpe Ratio (1 years):||1,36|
|Correlation (1 years):||0,01|
|Beta (1 years):||-0,07|
|Treynor Ratio (1 years):||-218,78|
Top Country Allocation (29/04/2022)
Asset Allocation (29/04/2022)
Germany is a country that has a lot to offer: It is not only by far the largest economy in the European Union (EU), but also the fourth largest in the world. Although Germany was home to only around 1.1 percent of the world's population in 2020, it accounted for 8.9 percent of global goods exports and 6.6 percent of goods imports in the same year, according to UNCTAD estimates. Germany is thus one of the world's most important export and import nations. Germany's growth is generated on a broadly diversified basis. In addition, Germany enjoys a leading global market position in key industries, including automotive, chemicals and mechanical engineering, thanks to its well-trained skilled workforce and the large number of small and medium-sized companies with high innovative strength. The high savings rate of consumers, the healthy real estate price development, the excellent infrastructure and the first-class quality of life also open up further potential. UBAM - Dr. Ehrhardt German Equity focuses on the further development and dynamics of German companies. The fund management invests not only in well-known large stocks from the German share index DAX, but also in medium-sized and smaller companies.
- Active management – high cash reserves can be built up ahead of sharp market falls
- Experienced fund manager following an investment approach based on fundamental, monetary and market-technical (FMM) analysis, which has a proven track record of over 45 years
- The mix of smaller and medium-size companies allows investors to profit from the small and mid-cap segment
- Issuer credit risks
- Equity prices may exhibit relatively strong fluctuations depending on market conditions
- Proven investment approach to date is no guarantee of future investment success
In April the German stock market was burdened by a number of risk factors. The German DAX index lost -2.20%. The war in Ukraine and fears of further escalation weighed on sentiment and increased investor pessimism. Russia stopped gas deliveries to Poland and Bulgaria. This triggered concerns, primarily in Germany, that they too would soon be cut off from Russian gas even before alternatives could be found. Energy prices remained at a high level and global supply chains remained strained, so price pressure on energy, many commodities and food was high. Inflation rose to 7.5% in the euro area compared to the same month last year. The European Central Bank left its key interest rates at 0.0%, but ECB President Christine Lagarde said it was "very much on the way to normalizing" monetary policy. Forecasts are for a first hike of 25 basis points in July and three more rate hikes at this level could follow by the end of the year. In this difficult market environment the price of the UBAM Dr. Ehrhardt German Equity maintained stable at -2.20%. The strongest fund performance contributions in April at the share level came primarily from the Bonn-based telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom, the specialist for energy-efficient building technology Centrotec based in the Sauerland region, the Hamburg-based electricity provider Encavis (renewable energies; solar parks and onshore wind turbines) and the Kassel-based mining company K+S (fertilisers and salts). Disappointing on the other hand were the results of the Munich-based electronics and electrical engineering company Siemens, the Frankfurt-based asset manager DWS Group, the Bochum-based real estate company Vonovia and the Essen-based energy supplier E.ON. During the month the fund management increased the weighting of various sectors, including financial service providers, insurance companies, utilities and telecommunications. On the other hand, it reduced the sectors industrials, basic materials, chemicals, household goods and real estate. As a result of these adjustments the fund's equity exposure fell from 74.92% to 68.16% at the end of the month. The portfolio contained a bond share in height of 22.99% at the end of the month (16.89% previous month).
Figures subject to revision by the auditors on the reporting dates. The published information does not constitute investment advice or a recommendation, but only provides a brief summary of the key features of the fund. The current sales documents (Key Investor Information Document, prospectus, annual report and - if the annual report is older than eight months - the semi-annual report) for the respective investment funds form the sole basis for the purchase of securities. The sales documents are available at no charge at the respective fund company, the distribution company or at www.dje.de.
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The performance is calculated using the BVI (Bundesverband Investment und Asset Management e.V.) method, i.e. without taking into account the subscription fee. Individual expenses such as fees, commissions and other charges are not taken into account in the data and would have a detrimental effect on the performance if they were. The subscription fees payable reduce the invested capital as well as the performance depicted. Data on past performance are not a reliable indicator of future performance.
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