The investment objective of the Euroland Fund is to seek long-term capital appreciation by investing at least 75% of its total assets in equity securities of companies incorporated or having their principal business activities in Euroland countries (i.e. countries having adopted the Euro as their national currency in the member states of the European Monetary Union).

Note: You should not make investment decisions based solely on marketing materials. You should read the Prospectus and the Product Highlights Sheet of the Fund for more details of the investment risks and seek independent professional advice where appropriate.


  • A disciplined investment process, developed by the fund manager in 1988, that sets aside sentiment in order to benefit from market mispricing
  • Investment process combines bottom-up analysis with qualitative overview that helps the team control risk while seeking to maximise performance
  • Seeks superior companies with established track records that are priced at a level that does not reflect their intrinsic value or future prospects