Advantages for the Investor

High participation potential in the development of the STOXX© Europe 600-Index through a balanced structure of growth opportunities and risk limitation.


A discussion of possible risks associated with this fund may be found here. Please note the general and strategy-specific risk discussion in the sales prospectus.

Fund performance in rolling 12 month periods
gross *

gross of sales fee

net **

net of sales fee

Performance calculated on the basis of the repurchase price and reinvestment of payouts at the repurchase price:

gross of sales fee * ) = Fund performance in Euro according to BVI on the basis of the repurchase price. Initial sales fees were not taken into account.

net of sales fee * * ) = Performance for the investor in Euro including a sales fee of 4 % in the first period.

Custodian account fees are not included in this calculation. If they had been included the performance would have been less.

Risk/return profile (20.03.2014 - 29.09.2017)

Gross-Return* (Cumulative Performance) Risk (Annualized Volatility)
AIRC Europe/td> - 1,0 % 9,7 %


Performance of the fund in individual calendar years (gross of sales fee*)

2014 (since inception 20.03.) + 1,90 %
2015 + 1,43 %
2016 - 9,11 %
2017 until 29.09. + 5,44 %

30.09.2016 - 29.09.2017 + 2,60 % + 2,60 %
30.09.2015 - 30.09.2016 - 6,37 % - 6,37 %
30.09.2014 - 30.09.2015 - 1,78 % - 1,78 %
20.03.2014 - 30.09.2014 + 4,98 % + 0,94 %

Investment Objectives

The fund attempts to achieve as great a participation as possible in moves upwards in the European stock markets. Over a period of many trend cycles of rising and falling prices a stronger and more continuous performance than the underlying market should be achieved.


Investment Strategy

The fund invests in German government bonds and simultaneously via the purchase of futures contracts in a selection of the 19 super-sectors of the STOXX® Europe 600-Index. The selection of the super-sectors takes into account the strength of the moves and the volatility of the super-sectors. A regular reallocation takes place. Market breadth filters measure the trend intensity of the overall market and determine if the selected sectors will be invested in or not. In the case of a negative signal by the market breadth indicators the stock index futures will be sold and the maturities of the bonds in the portfolio adjusted, depending on market conditions, with futures contracts on German Bundesanleihen and Bundesobligationen. Additionally, seasonal effects in stock market moves will be used, during which futures contracts on the STOXX® Europe 600-Index will be temporarily purchased. In doing so the market risk may exceed the fund asset value.

STOXX® is a registered trademark of STOXX Limited.


The fund investment strategy is implemented by the GROHMANN & WEINRAUTER Institutional Asset Management GmbH according to analysis models which identify promising trend phases in the European stock and bond markets. These models were developed by AIRC. AIRC focuses on the research and development of quantitative trading and Investment models. Grohmann & Weinrauter VermögensManagement GmbH has a majority holding in AIRC.

Important Information:

Please note that past performance is not a reliable indicator for future performance. Tax treatment varies according to the personal situation of each investor and can change in the future. All information here has been carefully researched, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy. This document is a collection of information and is not advice or a recommendation. An investor must consult with his advisor and receive a customer- and product-oriented counseling prior to the purchase of the fund. The legal basis for the purchase of the fund is the Key Investor Information Document, the current fund prospectus as well as the annual and the semi-annual reports, which may be obtained from Grohmann & Weinrauter VermögensManagement GmbH, Warburg Invest KAG mbH, or the depositary bank. Please see the fund prospectus for general and strategy-specific information on risks.
Data sources: Warburg Invest and own calculations