We offer our clients investment funds and asset management mandates. We think across asset-class boundaries and invest in equities, bonds, convertible bonds and alternative investments.
Our primary objective is to generate attractive long-term returns for our clients. We pursue an absolute return strategy.
Flossbach von Storch is an experienced partner for everyone who is looking for a robust investment strategy. Get in contact with our team.
When it comes to your fund investments, our factsheets will always keep you up-to-date. Our factsheets contain the most important information – short and concise.
We have developed five principles used in our investment decisions. Together they make up the Flossbach von Storch Pentagram - our investment strategy.
The rational allocaton of assets to various asset classes has long-term potential for capital appreciation and offers the best protection against regal, sustained losses.
We focus on the substance of an investment, the long-term returns generated by that asset and above all the predictability of those returns.
Only a sufficiently high proportion of transferable and liquid assets in a portfolio gives investors room for manoeuvre in the event of unexpected developments.
Excessive debt is the most frequent cause of bankruptcy for companies and entire states. It also entails the loss of assets.
The price is what you pay, value is what you get. Equities from top-quality companies justify a higher valuation than equities from average companies.
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