Labellisations / SFDR
Small and Mid-Caps
Over 5 years
5 years performance
Quadrator SRI, classified SFDR 9, is a small and mid caps Eurozone equity fund focusing on growth stocks capturing four major thematic trends:
- Better Life
- Smart Resources
- Digital Impact
complemented by value opportunities in the 4 themes with portfolio construction driven by a proven proprietary methodology.
The fund’s investment management strategy relies on a proprietary and dynamic process: the ESG-inclusive Quadrator 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.
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People want to improve their well-being
and health throughout their lives.
Consumers are constantly “on-line” and quickly adopt
new societal trends and behaviours.
The urgency of sustainable development requires
a transformation in the management of energy
and environmental resources.
The digitalization of business processes
and production methods
creates new business models.
INTEGRATION FOR THE SRI ANALYSIS
MSCI CCC Ratings
& Red Flags for
Governance Flag MGF
Portfolio values are analysed using a two-pronged approach: the Quadrator method, and our proprietary methodology SRI Analysis, Montpensier Governance Flag (FgM), and Montpensier Impact Assessment (MIA).
The Quadrator SRI fund is at least 75% invested according to the French PEA investment guidance. A minimum of 75% of the fund’s net assets is exposed to euro zone equities.
The Quadrator SRI’s fund’s investment management objective is to deliver medium and long-term performance through active discretionary investment management, with a focus on stock-picking within Eurozone markets.
The fund is predominantly invested in Small & Mid Caps stocks.
The fund’s investment objective is to seek a performance net of management fees, over the 5 years recommended investment period, outperforming the EuroStoxx Small Net Return Index (SCXT) calculated dividends reinvested, through a stock-picking approach on the Eurozone equity markets; outside any predefined sector or geographical allocation; without any predefined sector or geographic allocation, via a method that favors the search for the intrinsic quality of the stocks, 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. Furthermore, the fund may invest up to 100% of net assets in small-caps, which may present additional risks due to their specific characteristics.
→ 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.
31 July 2018 after merging with 16 July 2007 FCP
UCITS V French-law compliant SICAV
Euro zone equities
PEA eligible (France only)
FR0010482984 (Quadrator SRI IC), FR0012620318 (Quadrator SRI ID), FR0012326791 (Quadrator SRI RC), FR0012620326 (Quadrator SRI RD)
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