Stay on track by staying diversified

Diversification can be especially valuable in turbulent and unpredictable markets. In addition to potentially helping reduce the overall risk and volatility of a portfolio, a diversified mix of asset classes and strategies that includes alternative investments may offer sources of positive expected return regardless of the broader market environment.

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Uncommon results require uncommon strategies

To perform differently than the market, you have to invest differently. That’s why we offer solutions spanning both alternative and hedge fund risk premia. Over time, our strategies aim to realise low net exposure to equity and fixed income markets while also seeking to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns.

Horizon Global Property Equities Fund

Actively managed, high-conviction fund focused on the managers’ best ideas in listed property stocks and REITs, and aiming to deliver long-term capital appreciation

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Horizon Pan European Property Equities Fund

Actively managed fund focused on the managers’ best ideas in European listed property stocks and REITs to deliver long-term capital appreciation

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Balanced Fund

For over 20 years, this dynamic allocation strategy has delivered our equity and fixed income expertise in a one-stop core solution

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Our investment approach is driven by bold thinking

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Alternative investment: An investment that is not included among the traditional asset classes of equities, bonds or cash. Alternative investments include property, hedge funds, commodities, private equity and infrastructure.

Hedge: Consists of taking an offsetting position in a related security, allowing risk to be managed. These positions are used to limit or offset the probability of overall loss in a portfolio. Various techniques may be used, including derivatives.

Risk premium: The additional return over cash that an investor expects as compensation from holding an asset that is not risk free. The riskier an asset is deemed to be, the higher its risk premium.