SEVEN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT has produced this presentation to communicate information on the different profiles offered as part of the discretionary management investment service.

This document is not a commercial offering or a solicitation to invest, or commit to invest, in SEVEN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT funds.

The content of this presentation must not be interpreted as financial, legal or tax advice from SEVEN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT.

SEVEN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT has taken reasonable measures to ensure that the information contained in this document is clear and accurate, and not misleading. However, the accuracy of the opinions and forecasts mentioned within it cannot be guaranteed.

The past performances used in the presentation of the different investment strategies are neither a guarantee nor even an indication of the future performances of these strategies.

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The main risks to which you may be exposed are:

  • a capital loss occurs when a unit is sold at a lower price than that paid at the time of purchase. The initial investment is exposed to market fluctuations and, in adverse conditions, may not be returned.
  • equity risk: if the equities or indices to which the portfolio is exposed were to fall, the net asset value could fall.
  • credit risk: the portfolios may be invested in debt securities or bonds, and represent a claim over issuers. In the event of a decline in an issuer’s creditworthiness, or its bankruptcy, the value of these financial instruments may fall.
  • interest rate risk: if interest rates rise, the value of fixed income products may fall.
  • risk associated with discretionary management: : the portfolios’ performance will depend on the companies selected by the management company, and the extent to which market developments are foreseen.There is a risk that these portfolios may not always be invested in the best-performing securities, so performance may fall short of the investment objective. this is the risk that the reference currency of a financial instrument not issued or traded in euro may depreciate against the euro.
  • Strategy simulation:

    The backtests presented simulate the performance of a fund portfolio over a previous period by calculating its theoretical performance, risk and Sharpe ratio. By default, when a fund does not have a track record for the whole period, the performance of the category benchmark is used to fill the gap. Any entry charges, exit charges, switching charges and custody fees are not taken into account. Annual management fees of 0.5% are included for portfolio simulations. The results of this backtest are hypothetical, are not guaranteed, and are no indication of the fund portfolio’s future performance.