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As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha All Opportunities Fund B

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Dividend Champions C

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Dividend Champions R

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Micro Champions

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Pan European Smaller Companies

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Smaller Euro Champions A

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Smaller Euro Champions C

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Smaller German Champions A

As of: 04/20/2017 Lupus alpha Smaller German Champions C

Small & Mid Caps

European small and mid caps as the performance driver for equity portfolios: take advantage of our extensive experience to tap the alpha potential of this asset class in your portfolio.

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Lupus alpha All Opportunities Fund B

WKN: A0M 99W

ISIN: LU0329425713

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 111.91 Redemption price 106.58
Fund volume 2 95.88 Mio. Launch date 21 January 2008
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Führer Administration fee 1%
Performance fee 3 20% High-Watermark yes
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past per-formance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The pairs trade or pair trading is a market neutral trading strategy enabling traders to profit from virtually any market conditions: uptrend, downtrend, or sideways movement. This strategy is categorized as a statistical arbitrage and convergence trading strategy.
  • Volatility: Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. Maximum loss 90 days: The maximum loss specifies an investor's potential loss if he had bought during the past 90 days at the highest price and sold at the lowest price. VaR 95 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 95%. VaR 99 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 99%. Sharpe Ratio: Sharpe Ratio is the excess return (Fund performance less money market rate) in relation to the range of variation (volatility) and shows the yield of the Fund per risk unit. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the more yield has been generated in relation to the risk incurred. Maximum drawdown: The maximum drawdown is the largest percentage drop in value in a given period of time. It measures the amount the fund falls from its highest point to its lowest point in the selected timeframe.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The hurdle rate means a specific minimum interest and/or profit threshold a Fund has to achieve in order to allow the investment company to participate in the Fund's profit.
  • Performance fees of investment companies are frequently bound by a high wa-termark - the all-time high of the Fund. This means that a commission entitlement arises only if that mark has been exceeded.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
  • The correlation measures the strength of the statistical relationship between two variables. A positive correlation means "the more ... the more", a negative correlation means "the more ... the less". The value of correlation is in the range between -1 (completely opposed) and +1 (completely equal). Correlations are some kind of no-tice on but no evidence for causalities which mean proven cause-effect relation-ships.
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Lupus alpha Dividend Champions C

WKN: A1JDV6

ISIN: DE000A1JDV61

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 212.58 Redemption price 202.46
Fund volume 2 154.14 Mio. Launch date 05 December 2012
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Herrmann , ... Administration fee up until 1%
Performance fee 3 20% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the inve
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash. Beta is a measure of a stock's risk of volatility compared to the overall market. The market's beta coefficient is 1.00. Any stock with a beta higher than 1.00 is considered more volatile than the market, and therefore riskier to hold, whereas a stock with a beta lower than 1.00 is expected to rise or fall more slowly than the market. The maximum drawdown is the largest percentage drop in value in a given period of time. It measures the amount the fund falls from its highest point to its lowest point in the selected timeframe.
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Lupus alpha Dividend Champions R

WKN: A1XDX7

ISIN: DE000A1XDX79

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 125.64 Redemption price 119.66
Fund volume 2 154.14 Mio. Launch date 29 February 2016
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Herrmann , ... Administration fee up until 1.7%
Performance fee 3 17.5% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash. Beta is a measure of a stock's risk of volatility compared to the overall market. The market's beta coefficient is 1.00. Any stock with a beta higher than 1.00 is considered more volatile than the market, and therefore riskier to hold, whereas a stock with a beta lower than 1.00 is expected to rise or fall more slowly than the market. The maximum drawdown is the largest percentage drop in value in a given period of time. It measures the amount the fund falls from its highest point to its lowest point in the selected timeframe.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the F
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor.
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Lupus alpha Micro Champions

WKN: A0E AM5

ISIN: LU0218245263

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 109.94 Redemption price 104.7
Fund volume 2 22.04 Mio. Launch date 16 June 2005
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Conzatti Administration fee up until 1%
Performance fee 3 20% of Outperfomance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
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Lupus alpha Pan European Smaller Companies

WKN: A1J9DT9

ISIN: DE000A1J9DT9

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 157.4 Redemption price 149.9
Fund volume 2 22.79 Mio. Launch date 05 December 2013
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Ratz , ... Administration fee up until 1%
Performance fee 3 15% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fun
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the inves
  • Bottom-up investing is an investment approach that focuses on the analysis of individual stocks and deemphasizes the significance of economic cycles and market cycles. In bottom-up investing, the investor focuses his attention on a specific company, rather than on the industry in which that company operates or on the economy as a who
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Lupus alpha Smaller Euro Champions A

WKN: 974563

ISIN: LU0129232442

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 211.82 Redemption price 201.73
Fund volume 2 31.51 Mio. Launch date 22 October 2001
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Ratz , ... Administration fee up until 1.5%
Performance fee 3 17.5% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in ca
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
  • Bottom-up investing is an investment approach that focuses on the analysis of individual stocks and deemphasizes the significance of economic cycles and market cycles. In bottom-up investing, the investor focuses his attention on a specific company, rather than on the industry in which that company operates or on the economy as a whole.
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Lupus alpha Smaller Euro Champions C

WKN: 940639

ISIN: LU0129232525

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 233.11 Redemption price 222.01
Fund volume 2 31.51 Mio. Launch date 12 December 2001
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Ratz , ... Administration fee up until 1.0%
Performance fee 3 12.5% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performanc
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performanc
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
  • Bottom-up investing is an investment approach that focuses on the analysis of individual stocks and deemphasizes the significance of economic cycles and market cycles. In bottom-up investing, the investor focuses his attention on a specific company, rather than on the industry in which that company operates or on the economy as a whole.
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Lupus alpha Smaller German Champions A

WKN: 974564

ISIN: LU0129233093

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 342.67 Redemption price 326.35
Fund volume 2 339.34 Mio. Launch date 03 August 2001
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Glück , ... Administration fee up until 1.5%
Performance fee 3 17.5% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cas
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performan
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fu
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
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Lupus alpha Smaller German Champions C

WKN: 940640

ISIN: LU0129233507

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 374.65 Redemption price 356.81
Fund volume 2 339.34 Mio. Launch date 08 January 2002
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Glück , ... Administration fee up until 1.0%
Performance fee 3 12.5% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash.
  • Accumulating Funds reinvest the generated returns which means the returns remain in the Fund's assets permanently. Thus, they increase the unit value.
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Lupus alpha Structure Invest

WKN: 632905

ISIN: DE0006329055

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 161.19 Redemption price 154.99
Fund volume 2 4.44 Mio. Launch date 09 April 2003
Currency EUR Distribution frequency non-distributing
Portfolio managers Raviol , ... Administration fee currently p.a. 0.75%
Performance fee 3 20 % of Outperformance High-Watermark yes
  • Volatilität: Die Volatilität ist die Schwankungsbreite eines Wertpapierkurses oder Index um seinen Mittelwert in einem festen Zeitraum. Ein Wertpapier wird als volatil bezeichnet, wenn sein Kurs stark schwankt. Maximaler Verlust 90 Tage: Der maximale Verlust gibt an, welchen Verlust ein Investor erleidet, wenn er während der letzten 90 Tage zum Höchstpreis gekauft und zum niedrigsten Preis verkauft hätte. VaR 95 – 10: Der Value at Risk definiert die Verlusthöhe, die mit einer Wahrscheinlichkeit von 95% innerhalb von 10 Tagen nicht überschritten wird. VaR 99 – 10: Der Value at Risk definiert die Verlusthöhe, die mit einer Wahrscheinlichkeit von 99% innerhalb von 10 Tagen nicht überschritten wird. Sharpe Ratio: Die Sharpe Ratio setzt die Überschussrendite (Fondsperformance abzüglich Geldmarktzins) zur Schwankungsbreite (Volatilität) ins Verhältnis und gibt die Rendite des Fonds pro Risikoeinheit an. Je höher die Sharpe Ratio, desto mehr Rendite wurde bezogen auf das eingegangene Risiko erwirtschaftet.
  • Die Management-Fee ist die Verwaltungsvergütung, die dem Fondsvermögen entnommen und Lupus alpha für Management und Verwaltung gezahlt wird.
  • Der Ausgabeaufschlag ist die Differenz zwischen dem Ausgabepreis und dem Anteilwert. Der Ausgabeaufschlag variiert je nach Fondsart und Vertriebsweg und deckt üblicherweise die Beratungs- und Vertriebskosten ab.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past per-formance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Die Performance-Fee ist eine erfolgsabhängige Vergütung, welche abhängig von der Wertentwicklung oder bei Erreichen bestimmter Ziele erhoben wird, wie zum Beispiel das bessere Abschneiden im Vergleich zu einer Benchmark. Die Kosten können auch erhoben werden, wenn eine im Vorfeld festgelegte Mindest-Performance erzielt worden ist
  • Die Hurdle Rate bezeichnet eine bestimmte Mindestverzinsung bzw. Gewinnschwelle, die ein Fonds erzielen muss, damit die Fondsgesellschaft am Gewinn des Fonds beteiligt wird.
  • Performancegebühren von Fondsgesellschaften sind häufig an eine High-Watermark, sprich den historischen Höchststand des Fonds, gebunden. Das heißt, erst wenn diese Marke überschritten wird, entsteht ein neuer Provisionsanspruch.
  • Thesaurierende Fonds legen die erwirtschafteten Erträge wieder an, das heißt sie behalten diese dauerhaft im Fondsvermögen. Somit erhöhen sie den Anteilwert.
  • Die Korrelation misst die Stärke der statistischen Beziehung zweier Variablen zueinander. Für eine positive Korrelation gilt „je mehr … desto mehr“, für eine negative Korrelation gilt „je mehr… desto weniger“. Die Stärke der Korrelation liegt zwischen -1 (vollständig entgegengerichtet) und +1 (vollständig gleichgerichtet). Korrelationen sind ein Hinweis aber kein Beweis für Kausalitäten, also bewiesene Ursachen- und Wirkungszusammenhänge.
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Lupus alpha Structure Sustainable Emerging Markets

WKN: A1JDV8

ISIN: DE000A1JDV87

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 96.83 Redemption price 92.22
Fund volume 2 19.58 Mio. Launch date 28 December 2012
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Steiger , ... Administration fee currently p.a. 1%
Performance fee 3 20% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Volatility: Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. Maximum loss 90 days: The maximum loss specifies an investor's potential loss if he had bought during the past 90 days at the highest price and sold at the lowest price. VaR 95 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 95%. VaR 99 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 99%. Sharpe Ratio: Sharpe Ratio is the excess return (Fund performance less money market rate) in relation to the range of variation (volatility) and shows the yield of the Fund per risk unit. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the more yield has been generated in relation to the risk incurred.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past per-formance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The hurdle rate means a specific minimum interest and/or profit threshold a Fund has to achieve in order to allow the investment company to participate in the Fund's profit.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor
  • The correlation measures the strength of the statistical relationship between two variables. A positive correlation means "the more ... the more", a negative correlation means "the more ... the less". The value of correlation is in the range between -1 (completely opposed) and +1 (completely equal). Correlations are some kind of no-tice on but no evidence for causalities which mean proven cause-effect relation-ships.
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Lupus alpha Volatility Invest A

WKN: A0H HGG

ISIN: DE000A0HHGG2

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 110.65 Redemption price 106.39
Fund volume 2 53.30 Mio. Launch date 15 October 2007
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Ritter , ... Administration fee currently p.a. 0.5%
Performance fee 3 20% of Outperformance High-Watermark yes
  • The hurdle rate means a specific minimum interest and/or profit threshold a Fund has to achieve in order to allow the investment company to participate in the Fund's profit.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Volatility: Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. Maximum loss 90 days: The maximum loss specifies an investor's potential loss if he had bought during the past 90 days at the highest price and sold at the lowest price. VaR 95 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 95%. VaR 99 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 99%. Sharpe Ratio: Sharpe Ratio is the excess return (Fund performance less money market rate) in relation to the range of variation (volatility) and shows the yield of the Fund per risk unit. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the more yield has been generated in relation to the risk incurred.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor.
  • The correlation measures the strength of the statistical relationship between two variables. A positive correlation means "the more ... the more", a negative correlation means "the more ... the less". The value of correlation is in the range between -1 (completely opposed) and +1 (completely equal). Correlations are some kind of no-tice on but no evidence for causalities which mean proven cause-effect relation-ships.
  • The correlation measures the strength of the statistical relationship between two variables. A positive correlation means "the more ... the more", a negative correlation means "the more ... the less". The value of correlation is in the range between -1 (completely opposed) and +1 (completely equal). Correlations are some kind of no-tice on but no evidence for causalities which mean proven cause-effect relation-ships.
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Lupus alpha Volatility Risk-Premium

WKN: A1J9DU

ISIN: DE000A1J9DU7

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 114.87 Redemption price 110.45
Fund volume 2 26.12 Mio. Launch date 31 August 2015
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Steiger , ... Administration fee currently p.a. 0.90%
Performance fee 3 20 % of Outperformance High-Watermark yes
  • Die Performance-Fee ist eine erfolgsabhängige Vergütung, welche abhängig von der Wertentwicklung oder bei Erreichen bestimmter Ziele erhoben wird, wie zum Beispiel das bessere Abschneiden im Vergleich zu einer Benchmark. Die Kosten können auch erhoben werden, wenn eine im Vorfeld festgelegte Mindest-Performance erzielt worden ist.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past per-formance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Volatility: Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. Maximum loss 90 days: The maximum loss specifies an investor's potential loss if he had bought during the past 90 days at the highest price and sold at the lowest price. VaR 95 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 95%. VaR 99 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 99%. Sharpe Ratio: Sharpe Ratio is the excess return (Fund performance less money market rate) in relation to the range of variation (volatility) and shows the yield of the Fund per risk unit. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the more yield has been generated in relation to the risk incurred.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The hurdle rate means a specific minimum interest and/or profit threshold a Fund has to achieve in order to allow the investment company to participate in the Fund's profit.
  • Performance fees of investment companies are frequently bound by a high wa-termark - the all-time high of the Fund. This means that a commission entitlement arises only if that mark has been exceeded.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor.
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Lupus alpha CLO High Quality Invest

WKN: A1XDX3

ISIN: DE000A1XDX38

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 104.4 Redemption price 100.38
Fund volume 2 39.37 Mio. Launch date 01 July 2015
Currency EUR Distribution frequency annually
Portfolio managers Hombach , ... Administration fee up until 0.6%
Performance fee 3 15 of Outperformance High-Watermark yes
  • Volatility: Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. Maximum loss 90 days: The maximum loss specifies an investor's potential loss if he had bought during the past 90 days at the highest price and sold at the lowest price. VaR 95 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 95%. VaR 99 – 10: Value at Risk defines the level of loss which will not be exceeded within 10 days with a probability of 99%. Sharpe Ratio: Sharpe Ratio is the excess return (Fund performance less money market rate) in relation to the range of variation (volatility) and shows the yield of the Fund per risk unit. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the more yield has been generated in relation to the risk incurred.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past per-formance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.
  • The hurdle rate means a specific minimum interest and/or profit threshold a Fund has to achieve in order to allow the investment company to participate in the Fund's prof
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor.
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Lupus alpha Global Convertible Bonds C hedged

WKN: A2DJR

ISIN: LU1535992389

Current fund data as of 04/20/2017

Issue price 1 104.89 Redemption price 100.86
Fund volume 2 12.84 Mio. Launch date 06 February 2017
Currency EUR Distribution frequency distribution
Portfolio managers Knieß , ... Administration fee up until 0,60%
Performance fee 3 10% of Outperformance High-Watermark no
  • Source: Lupus alpha; gross performance (BVI method): The gross performance considers all costs incurred at Fund level (e. g. management fee) and assumes reinvestment of any distributions. Costs incurred at customer level such as sales charge and securities account costs are not included. Unless otherwise specified, all indicated performance data show the gross performance. Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator the future performance.
  • Source: Lupus alpha; the net performance assumes a model calculation based on an invested amount of EUR 1,000, the maximum sales charge and a redemption charge (see master data). It does not include individual costs of the investor, such as a securities account fee. (To this effect, please refer to the price list of your securities account provider.) Please note: Past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance.
  • Volatility is the range of variation of a security price or index around its mean value over a fixed period of time. A security is regarded as volatile if its price fluctuates heavily. The tracking error describes the standard deviation (volatility) between the Fund's performance and the performance of the benchmark index. The higher the tracking error, the more the performance of the Fund deviates from the performance of the benchmark index. The investment ratio means the part of the Fund that is not invested in cash. Delta: measures the sensitivity of the convertible bond price on changes to the underlying equity price. A delta of 0,4 means that the price of the convertible rises 4% if the underlying equity price rises 10%. Current yield is a bond's annual return based on its annual coupon payments and current price (as opposed to its original price or face). The formula for current yield is a bond's annual coupons divided by its current price. Interest rate sensitivity is a measure of how much the price of a fixed-income asset will fluctuate as a result of changes in the interest rate environment.
  • The sales charge is the difference between the sales price and the unit value. The sales charge varies depending on the type of the Fund and the distribution channel and usually covers the advisory and distribution costs.
  • The management fee is the fee for managing the Fund and taken from the Fund's assets; it is paid to Lupus alpha for the management and administration of the Fund.
  • The performance fee is a performance-related remuneration depending on the performance or the achievement of specific objectives such as a better performance compared to a benchmark. The costs may also be levied if a pre-defined minimum performance has been achieved.t.
  • Distributing Funds do not reinvest the generated income, they pay out the income to the investor.
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