News / The Horizon strategies: a one stop gateway to DPAM’s expertise – DPAM

The Horizon strategies: a one stop gateway to DPAM’s expertise – DPAM

29/09/2020 : 15.15 – 15.45

The DPAM Horizon strategies have built a long-term track record of solid returns. They comprise one-stop portfolios, which are highly diversified across asset classes, geographies, investment styles and financial instruments.

Top-down and bottom-up analysis and quantitative tools are used for the selection of positions, which are either held through DPAM or third party funds, derivatives (futures, etc.) or direct lines. The fund draws on DPAM’s fundamental in-house research and 30+ years of experience in stock and bond selection. By using DPAM share classes that do not charge management fees, we avoid double costs.

The portfolios provide investors with a one-stop solution, providing access to global markets. We aim for an attractive risk / reward profile by using active portfolio management based on strong beliefs that are responsive to opportunities.

About the speaker

Casper de Ceuster

Casper De Ceuster, CFA, joined DPAM in 2016 as a fund manager for global balanced multi asset allocation strategies. Casper holds a master degree in Investment Management from Cass Business School (2016) and a master degree in Business Engineering from the University of Antwerp (2015).

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