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Pactum corporate capital fund – class B, CHF

Investment Objective

The investment objective of the Fund is to provide positive stable capital appreciation over the medium to long-term by investing in corporate receivables. The fund does not have a specific industry or geographical focus regarding the receivables to which the Fund may gain exposure.

Why this Fund

Investors gain access to attractive returns from high-quality receivables portfolios with a target return of 3% p.a. (net). PCCF provides liquidity to Europe’s leading brands by financing high-quality receivables portfolios (investment-grade equivalent). The diversified portfolio generates attractive risk premiums from receivables with short-term maturities (30-90 days) and low default rates (<1.0%).

YearJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecYTD
20200.02%0.12%0.19%0.33%
20210.14%-0.01%0.00%0.21%0.34%0.33%0.27%0.38%0.37%0.30%0.37%0.18%2.89%
20220.16%0.22%0.38%
  1. Net-performance (NAV) after all costs. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
  2. Class B launch date is 08. October 2020.

Fund Details

Structure, Domicile:

ICAV, Ireland


Launch Date:

October 2020


Target Investors:

Qualified Investors (CISA) or equivalent legislation


Share Classes & Currency:

Accumulating in CHF


ISIN Code:

CHF Class IE00BMW44X48


Valor Code:

CHF Class 55007737


Net Asset Value (NAV):

Monthly


Subscription:

Monthly


Redemption:

Monthly, with 30 days notice


Initial Issue Price:

CHF 1'000


Minimum Subscription Amount:

CHF 100'000


Management Fee:

0.50% p.a.


Performance Fee:

None


Distribution Fee:

None


Redemption Fee:

1.00% within the first 12 months, 0.00% thereafter


Maturity:

Open ended


Asset Manager:

Pactum AG, Switzerland


Portfolio Manager:

Rick Pearson


Custodian Bank & Paying Agent:

Credit Suisse (Luxembourg) S.A., Ireland Branch, Ireland


Administrator:

Credit Suisse Fund Services (Ireland) Ltd. Ireland


Auditor:

KPMG, Ireland


Regulators:

Central Bank of Ireland, Ireland / FINMA, Switzerland