DGAP-News: GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft: ACATIS GANÉ Value Event Fonds UI fund achieves return of almost 150% after nine years on market

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GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft: ACATIS GANÉ Value Event Fonds UI fund achieves return of almost 150% after nine years on market
03.01.2018 / 09:30


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ACATIS GANÉ Value Event Fonds UI fund achieves return of almost 150% after nine years on market

- Nine years of success for GANÉ's combination of value strategy and event approach

- Since it was set up on 15/12/2008, ACATIS GANÉ Value Event Fonds UI has generated return of 148%, with volatility of 8%

- The fund has closed each full calendar year with positive results

- The fund volume of the asset-management mixed fund amounts to EUR 1.772 million (as of 31/12/2017)

- Quarterly distribution for tranche C increased by 6 per cent to 9.50 euros per share certificate (current interest return: 3.2 per cent per year)

- Target distribution: 4 per cent per year

- Stable and continuously increasing distributions to be possible in upcoming years thanks to a high volume of reserves


Aschaffenburg, 3/1/2018 - The ACATIS GANÉ Value Event Fonds UI fund has been on the market for nine years and has achieved an increase of 148% since it was set up. Measured against the period of time, this corresponds to an average return of 11% per year. In the process, the asset-management mixed fund showed average volatility of only 8% over the entire term. The fund has closed each full calendar year with positive results: 2009 (32%), 2010 (18%), 2011 (2%), 2012 (13%), 2013 (8%), 2014 (7%), 2015 (7%), 2016 (3%) and 2017 (9%). The fund volume amounts to EUR 1.772 million (as of 31/12/2017).

The value and event strategy of the global mixed fund comes from GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft. With a variable investment ratio in shares, bonds and liquidity, returns similar to that of shares are to be achieved in the long term, with fluctuations low. This approach was awarded the top grades from Morningstar (5 stars), Euro Fondsnote (1) and Feri (A). The fund has been Lipper Leader twice (Total Return, Consistent Return) and has won several awards (e.g. Scope Award and Lipper Fund Awards). It received the "Globe d'argent de la Gestion" award in France for its stability in phases of downward trends on stock markets.

The quarterly distribution for tranche C will be increased by 6 per cent to 9.50 euros for each share certificate. This means that the current interest return now totals 3.2 per cent.

The distributing tranche C is aligned towards foundations and pension funds as well as to all investors who value stable distributions over the course of the year. The tranche C return is distributed in each quarter. The fund managers aim to achieve a constant distribution of approx. 4 per cent per year.

Dr. Uwe Rathausky, managing director of GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft, commented on the current gross distribution: "In the last quarter, we will once again be able to increase the distribution by 6 per cent to 9.50 euros for each share certificate. Accordingly, the interest return for our investors is close to 3.2 per cent for the current year. We aim to achieve a continuous, long term increase in the interest return to 4 per cent. Over the course of this development, we intend to set up a track record and to consistently increase or maintain the level of distributions during the year compared to the payment in the previous quarter; we do not intend for them to fall. The high volume of distribution reserves which we have been able to accrue since the tranche C launch date represent a solid base for achieving this."

J. Henrik Muhle, managing director of GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft, adds: "Our distribution reserve is derived from interest, dividends and gains on disposals. Today, we now dispose of a distribution potential of approx. 117 euros for each share certificate. Unrealised profits from transactions with securities currently amounting to an additional 96 euros for each share certificate have further added to this. In this way, we have laid the foundations for a success story: to be able to constantly offer our investors an alternative in the light of an environment characterised by low interest rates."

Management company
Universal-Investment-Gesellschaft mbH
Custodian bank
Hauck&Aufhäuser Privatbankiers KGaA
Team
Universal-Investment (manager), ACATIS (advisor), GANÉ (sub-advisor)
ISIN
Share class A: DE000A0X7541
Share class B: DE000AIC5DI3
Share class C: DE000AIT73W9
Share class D: DE000A2DR2M0
Share class X: DE000A2H7NC9
Fund volume
EUR 1.772 million
Minimum investment
Share class A, B, C and X: none
Share class D: EUR 50 million
Running costs
Share class A: 1.79%
Share class B: 1.39%
Share class C: 1.80%
Share class D and X: N/A
Subscription fee
Share class A and C: up to 5%
Share class B: up to 4%
Share class D and X: 0%
Performance fee
20% of the performance exceeding 6% p.a., in the event of a new share value high (share class B: maximum 2% p.a.)

 

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You can find detailed information at www.gane.de

 
 
Contact:
Press contact:
GANÉ Aktiengesellschaft
Dr Uwe Rathausky
J. Henrik Muhle
E-mail: kontakt@gane.de
Weißenburger Straße 36
63739 Aschaffenburg
Headquarters: Aschaffenburg
Commercial court: Aschaffenburg HRB 10188
Management: Dr Uwe Rathausky, J. Henrik Muhle
Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Achim Josefy
KERL und CIE
David Kerl
E-mail: d.kerl@kerlundcie.de
Tel.: +49 (0)69 870 021 50
Hamburger Allee 45
60486 Frankfurt am Main












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