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CB Accent LUX – Darwin Selection Euro is a UCITS V fund that seeks to provide a best-in-class performance through active and dynamic asset allocation, hedging and risk- minimization strategies, as well as active currency management. The portfolio creation is approached from a macro perspective in order to successively select the best possible candidates within the investable universe. The manager does not pursue passive index replication or benchmarking strategies and will allocate to the broadest spectrum of assets that fall within the scope of the fund.

General Data

Domicile: Luxembourg
Legal Structure: SICAV Ucits V
Fund Manager: SWM SA
Management Company: ADEPA SA
Custodian: State Street, LUX

Reference Currency: EUR

AuM: EUR 5.45 M

NAV Frequency: Daily

Registered in: LUX, CH, IT

Management Fee: 2%

NAV as at 30.12.2022 EUR 87.29

ISIN:

EUR(A): LU0417110276

CHF(A) Hedged: LU0681572425

Share Type: Accumulation

Investor’s profile

Targeting investors who expect a long-term increase of their assets and wish to realize a regular revenue, but are ready to accept temporary price fluctuations.

Fund manager insights

Financial markets remained nervous into year-end. Central bank actions were again the key factor in December, with the more hawkish-thanexpected tone after the December monetary policy meetings adding to volatility and pushing share prices down. Furthermore, the general level of bond yields rose in the eurozone while sovereign and corporate spreads widened. This reflected the spike in risk aversion triggered by the European Central Banks (ECB) aggressive messaging, indicating that further moves of 0.50% are likely in early 2023. While inflation seems to have peaked in the US, central banks will keep tightening for a while to bring it closer to their long-term target. The trend in inflation will therefore
remain the critical factor for future monetary policy and financial markets. Nevertheless, we believe that inflation could fall faster than central banks expect in 2023, prompting a rethink on the need for further severe monetary tightening. However, the aggressive tightening that occurred in 2022s monetary policy could bring a recession, negatively impacting earnings growth. Equity valuations are more attractive than at the start of the year, but they are not cheap enough to trump negative earnings revisions in some sectors. Coincidental indicators have turned positive, while leading indicatorsare still not supportive enough to change a cautious stance on equity markets. NAV closed at EUR 87,29 with a monthly loss of 3.76%.