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Indépendance et Expansion - France Small

Indépendance et Expansion - France SMALL is an actively managed fund that targets Small and Mid Caps in France.

INDÉPENDANCE ET EXPANSION - FRANCE SMALL follows a ‘quality value’ investment strategy. The fund targets stocks with (i) low price-to-cash-flows, and (ii) high return on capital employed.

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Net Asset Values

X (C) Class
Dernière VL au 02/13/2019 440.48€

Last monthly report

Performance 2019
SICAV 4.7%
CAC Mid & Small NR 6.8%
A (C) Class
Dernière VL au 02/13/2019 438.18€

Last monthly report

Performance 2019
SICAV 4.7%
CAC Mid & Small NR 6.8%

Performance & characteristics

Performance & ratings

Subscriptions opened

Base 100 by end of December 1993

Past performance is not a guide to future performance; Initial investment is not guaranteed
* SBF Second marché until 31/12/2004 ; CAC Small NR from 31/12/2016 ; CAC Mid & Small NR since 01/01/2017

Statistics
Cumulated performance
CAC Mid & Small NR *
Annualized performance
CAC Mid & Small NR *
Volatility
CAC Mid & Small NR *
Tracking error
Information ratio

Data as of 
Information related to the share class X(C)

Comparative performance

Data as of 01/31/2019 YTD 1 year 3 years 5 years 10 years Since 12/31/1993 Annualized
Indépendance et Expansion - France Small 7.0% -28.3% 27.2% 78.1% 429.9% 2 382.4% 13.5%
CAC Mid & Small NR 6.6% -17.6% 26.5% 53.7% 251.5% 539.1% 7.6%

Product characteristics

Refer to the termsheet for the detailed fund characteristics

Characteristics
Legal structure UCITS
Valuation Weekly
Currency EUR
Recommended investment horizon > 3 years
Subscriptions Weekly
Redemptions Weekly
Depositary bank Luxembourg CACEIS Bank
Fund administrator Luxembourg CACEIS Bank
Risk level 5 over 7
Benchmark CAC Mid & Small NR
Eligible PEA
Fees
Subscription fees 0%
Redemption fees 0%
Management fees 1.95%
Outperformance fee* 10%
ISIN codes
Share class X (C) – Institutional investors LU0104337620
Share class A (C) – Individual investors LU0131510165

*10% of outperformance vs. benchmark