Setanta Global Equity Fund – UCITS

Description:

The Setanta Global Equity Fund is a sub-fund of Beresford Funds ICAV and is managed by Setanta Asset Management Limited (“Setanta”).

The Fund is an actively managed equity portfolio which holds c.80-100 global stocks. The portfolio is managed in accordance with the Setanta investment philosophy.  That is, the managers seek to own good businesses for the long-term at prices below what they think they’re worth, carefully considering each investment’s risk profile.

The fund is managed by a team of eight global sector specialists, overseen by two lead portfolio managers.  The aim is to achieve a sensible level of diversification on a sector and geographic basis.  Reflecting this, portfolio sector weights are generally set so as broadly similar to the sector weights in the benchmark.  Within each sector, stocks are chosen through bottom-up analysis, based on investment merit.  Rather than focusing on the historic level of volatility of an asset, the portfolio managers regard the probability of permanent impairment of capital as the most relevant measure of risk. In doing so, they seek to maximise downside protection by understanding the risks posed by the valuation, financial, and operational characteristics of the asset.

The Fund’s active share, a measure of overlap versus the benchmark, is typically around 90%, a level that is generally considered highly differentiated.

 

Investment Objective:

The investment objective of the Fund is to outperform the MSCI World index over the long term.

Key Information & Disclosures(s)

The Global Equity Fund is a sub-fund of Beresford Funds ICAV. The Custodian for the Fund is Citibank International Limited, Ireland Branch. The Fund is authorised in Ireland and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Learn more

WARNING: Past Performance of a Fund is not a reliable indicator of future results. The price of the Shares may fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the amount invested. The return may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance.