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>>>Seeyond celebrates its 1st anniversary

02 October 2013

Seeyond celebrates its 1st anniversary

Seeyond, Natixis Asset Management’s volatility management and structured product investment division, is celebrating its 1st anniversary.

With more than 30 experts, Seeyond has €15.1 billion in assets under management as of 30/06/2013*.

Over the first year, Seeyond continued to strengthen the track records of flagship strategies and promote key capabilities to an extensive range of investors.



Emmanuel Bourdeix,
co-CIO of Natixis AM,
head of Seeyond

 

There are several elements to be retained from this first year:

- Confirmation of the robustness and relevance to investors of our Minimum Variance equity strategies:
The strategy has posted top tier risk adjusted returns compared to the peer group since inception [Read more].

- The strong resilience of the flexible allocation range, Seeyond Flexible MT and Seeyond Flexible LT, in a challenging market environment [Read more]
The Seeyond Flexible MT fund has been awarded with 1st prize in the “Flexible” category at the 2012 edition of the “Globes de la Gestion” awarded by Gestion de Fortune.
[Read more]

- The strong start out of the gates of our active volatility management strategies (Seeyond Volatilité Actions).

- The publication of a first research paper “Integrating a new risk factor into equity
Investment”
[More info]

- Participation in several key events (Citywire, MoneyTalk, research seminars, etc.), as well as in most of the Durable PortfolioConstruction symposiums organised by Natixis Global Asset Management in Europe.


To be continued!

 


*Source: Natixis Asset Management as of 30/06/2013. Seeyond is a brand of Natixis Asset Management. References to classifications, awards and/or ratings are not an indicator of future performances by the funds/UCITS and/or fund manager. The fund mentioned are authorised for sale in France and possibly in other countries where its sale is not contrary to local legislation. Prior to any investment, investors must check that they are legally authorised to invest in a fund.