Eva Fornadi joined Comgest as an analyst in 2005 and is today a portfolio manager specialising in European small and mid‐cap companies. She co‐leads the Comgest Growth Mid‐Caps Europe and Comgest Growth Greater Europe Opportunities funds. Eva graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Business Studies issued by the Oxford Brookes University and a Hungarian BA in Business Studies at the International Business School in Budapest.
Rebecca Kaddoum joined Comgest in 2010 and is a portfolio manager and analyst specialising in European equities. Rebecca contributes strongly to idea generation and co‐leads the Comgest Growth Mid‐Caps Europe, Comgest Growth Greater Europe Opportunities and Comgest Growth Europe ex Switzerland funds. Prior to joining Comgest, Rebecca spent five years in the Citigroup M&A teams in Paris and in London. She graduated with a High Distinction from the American University of Beirut with a Bachelor of Business Administration and has a Master’s degree in Science in Finance from the HEC business school in Paris.
Franz Weis is the team manager of Comgest’s Europe equity investment team, having joined the firm in 2005 as a portfolio manager and analyst. He became a member of the Comgest Global Investors Management Committee in 2014. Franz co‐leads the management of the majority of Comgest’s European equity public funds as well as maintaining responsibility for a number of European segregated mandates. He started his career in 1990 at Baillie Gifford & Co. where he worked as a portfolio manager before joining F&C Asset Management as a senior portfolio manager and director of European Equities in 1999. He graduated from Heriot‐Watt University in Edinburgh with a Master’s degree in International Banking and Financial Studies and received the International Bankers in Scotland Prize. He is an IIMR Associate.
The investment objective of the Fund is to create a professionally managed portfolio consisting primarily of what, in the opinion of the Investment Manager, are Opportunities which have their headquarters or carry out their predominant activities in Europe. Portfolio construction will use a pure bottom-up stock picking approach.
Rank 3/306 Total Return
Rank 102/306 Standard Deviation
Rank 3/306 Max Drawdown
|1||Arnica European Opportunity Fund||CHF||
|2||Man GLG Pan-European Equity Growth I C EUR Acc||CHF||
|3||Comgest Growth Europe Opps EUR Acc||CHF||
|4||Alpora Innovation Europa Fonds||CHF||
|5||Alken Fund - European Opportunities - R||CHF||
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|100||BSF Systematic European Equity A2 EUR||CHF||
|100||PARVEST Equity Europe Growth Classic Cap EUR||CHF||
|102||Comgest Growth Europe Opps EUR Acc||CHF||
|102||Aviva Investors European Equity Fd B EUR Cap||CHF||
|104||Danske Invest Europe Long Short Dynamic Plus APC||CHF||
|104||Janus Henderson HF Pan European Div Income A2 EUR||CHF||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- United Kingdom
- Launch date07/08/2009
- Share Class size162Mn
- Base currencyEUR
- Min. initial investment50
- Min. regular additional investment0
- Annual management1.50%