Best Business Models SRI
Labellisations / SFDR
Large and Mid-Caps
Over 5 years
5 years performance
Best Business Models SRI, classified SFDR9, is a Eurozone equity fund.
The fund’s investment management strategy relies on a proprietary and dynamic process: the ESG-inclusive Business Models investment process, combined with a proprietary methodology SRI Analysis.
The decision to invest takes into account all the characteristics, objectives and risks of the UCITS as described in the UCITS’ prospectus and DICI, which should be referred to before making any final investment decision.
The MorningstarTM rating as at 31 December 2021 is presented without guarantee of accuracy, completeness or timeliness.
As of 31st December 2021, Quantalys rating are not guaranteed to be accurate, complete or timely, and concern funds’ capitalisation share classes.
Best Business Models SRI
Our investment philosophy aims to assess a company’s upside potential as a function of its positioning in its lifecycle and to benefit from upgrades or downgrades in market opinion in the stock.
Portfolio values are analysed using a two-pronged approach: the Business Models method, which analyzes the evolution of companies in their life cycle, and our proprietary methodology SRI Analysis, Montpensier Governance Flag (FgM), and Montpensier Impact Assessment (MIA).
Analyse the business
rating and segmenting Business Models…
that have a positive impact on the environment and society, within the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
in this universe the stocks whose couple “rating/stock market potential” is attractive.
→ MATURE GROWTH
INTEGRATION FOR THE SRI ANALYSIS
MSCI CCC Ratings
& Red Flags for
Governance Flag - MGF
Assessment - MIA
We note companies by quantitative criteria (growth, financial strength, consensus dispersion, tc.) and qualitative criteria (ESG, sector environment, competitive advantage, management…). Then we estimate the stock market potential according to a set of criteria. We then aim to focus on titles that have an attractive note/potential couple.
At least 75% of the Best Business Models SRI SICAV is invested in PEA-eligible equities, particularly in Eurozone equities, with a predominance of large and mid caps. The SICAV is exposed to a minimum of 60% of its net assets in equities from Eurozone countries.
The fund’s investment objective is to seek medium and long-term performance of assets, by seeking to outperform the EuroStoxx (SXXT) index over the recommended investment timeframe of 5 years, integrating ESG criteria into the stock picking and analysis processes.
The aim of taking ESG criteria into account within the fund is to combine financial performance with the desire to influence issuers positively, as far as possible, in terms of ESG performance, by encouraging companies to make progress in integrating ESG criteria into their activities, thereby enhancing good practice.
The extra-financial approach implemented is part of a sustainability risk mitigation objective, although it cannot guarantee that sustainability risks are completely neutralised.
Voting & Commitment
Click on the links below to view the annual reports on the exercise of voting rights and the commitment of the Management Company :
Click on the link below to view the annual report on the exercise of voting rights and the details of votes relating to the resolutions presented at the general assembly of the Fund’s portfolio companies at the date of the meeting:
5 YEARS PERFORMANCE
Lower risks typically lower rewards
→ Risk of loss of capital : the fund does not offer any guarantee of performance nor capital.
→ Risk associated with discretionary investment management : risk that the fund is not always invested in the best-performing equities.
→ Equity risk : equity markets may vary sharply, and drop significantly in particular.
→ Sustainability risk : the UCITS is exposed to the risk that an environmental, social or governance event or situation, if it occurs, may have a material adverse effect, actual or potential, on the value of the portfolio securities.
→ Other risks : small caps risk, emerging equities risk, derivatives market risk, interest rate risk, credit risk, default risk, foreign exchange market risk, liquidity risk.
Risks are detailed in the prospectus.
9 February 2016 after merging with 28 May 2003 FCP
UCITS IV French-law compliant SICAV
PEA eligible (France only)
FR0013073731 (Best Business Models SRI IC), FR0013076361 (Best Business Models SRI ID), FR0013079761 (Best Business Models SRI RC), FR0013079779 (Best Business Models SRI RD), FR0013079753 (Best Business Models SRI IPC), FR0013079738 (Best Business Models SRI IPD)
Refer to the prospectus and each fund share’s KIID in the “download documents” box above.
Investment management company
Caceis Bank France
Daily (Caceis Fund Admin)
Refer to the prospectus and contact the banking institution that handled the order.
Longer than 5 years
Approved for distribution in
France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Italy (institutional investors)
Caceis Bank, Luxembourg branch