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Mithril

GPI Europe believes that the management of client’s wealth should be entrusted to the best in the market, that’s why for more than 10 years we have collaborated with Mithril.

They are an independent global asset management company with worldwide presence and long history.
They manage our client’s assets knowing that investors today are expecting something special and it is Mithril’s intent to meet this expectation.

STRONG GUIDANCE

THROUGH SEVERE

ECONOMICAL SITUATIONS

"Successful investing is about managing risk, not avoiding it.”

 

Benjamin Graham

INVESTMENT VOCABULARY

 Stocks

 Bonds

 Unit Linked Funds

 Structured Products

 ETF

 Hedge Funds

 Alternative Investments

Cash

Unit linked funds

A Unit Linked Fund (ULF) is an investment fund that is divided into a number of equal units, the price of which is determined by the underlying assets held in the fund. These may be stocks, bonds, property or cash. Divided in this way enables many thousands of small investors to access an investment with wide diversification.

The history of ULFs began in 1773 in the Dutch Republic (Netherlands) by a businessman called Abraham van Ketwich who formed a trust with an idea to provide small investors with an opportunity to diversify.

Suddenly a person with limited resources could invest with much less risk thanks to the “strength” of the diverse investments.

After all this time ULFs following a similar strategy and still are very popular products.

As any other investment instrument ULFs have advantages and disadvantages.

The main advantages for investors is risk reduction, as the investments are distributed among a large number of different organisations.

ULFs allow investors with small savings/capital amounts to join the financial market.

They provide liquidity and offer flexibility of choosing different categories of investments from equities, commodities, fixed return, and money markets.

On the negative side, investors in ULFs must pay various fees and expenses plus they must rely on the decisions of their professional managers. Also all ULFs are invested in specific sectors or under the banner of a managed fund which often comprises of other sector orientated ULFs. While managed funds offer the widest diversification they often result in higher annual management charges (AMC) as underlying assets also charge their own AMCs.

In practice all the managers tend to be well–regulated and depend on their reputation which ensures client confidence when investing.

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Why to choose Mithril?

Importance

The importance of asset management is often underestimated when markets perform well, as investors, being happy with returns, often ignore the underlying management considerations being taken.

When the markets go through a period of volatility, emotions and confidence can fall and rise with the markets themselves, losing patience, investors often make the common mistake, off hastily selling when the markets look bleak.

Mithril’s allocation process is designed in such a way that the client’s portfolio is consistently aimed at achieving the target set out by the client, no matter if the markets are showing positive returns or are going through uncertainty.

Designed for you, the investment strategy will always balance your key objectives, with your attitude to risk, accounting for your current personal circumstances.

Benefits

Mithril’s approach in designing a portfolio is based on one simple facet — to meet the client’s financial objectives & aims.

They understand the uniqueness of every client and design a portfolio which is centred around the principal that no two client scenarios are the same and therefore no two portfolios are the same!

Working independently allows them to choose most asset classes from practically the entire investment universe including stocks, bonds, structured notes, ETFs, hedge funds and commodities.

Bringing active management allows Mithril to ensure that whatever is your appetite or aversion to risk they construct a diverse portfolio focused purely on your objectives.

Mithril key personnel

Soemoe Thein Win (CAIA, MCSI)

Managing Director of Mithril Asset Management

Anna Rozhentsova (CFA, MCSI)

Portfolio Manager of Mithril Asset Management


Why to choose Mithril?

Importance

The importance of asset management is often underestimated when markets perform well, as investors, being happy with returns, often ignore the underlying management considerations being taken.

When the markets go through a period of volatility, emotions and confidence can fall and rise with the markets themselves, losing patience, investors often make the common mistake, off hastily selling when the markets look bleak.

Mithril’s allocation process is designed in such a way that the client’s portfolio is consistently aimed at achieving the target set out by the client, no matter if the markets are showing positive returns or are going through uncertainty.

Designed for you, the investment strategy will always balance your key objectives, with your attitude to risk, accounting for your current personal circumstances.

 

Benefits

Mithril’s approach in designing a portfolio is based on one simple facet — to meet the client’s financial objectives & aims.

They understand the uniqueness of every client and design a portfolio which is centred around the principal that no two client scenarios are the same and therefore no two portfolios are the same!

Working independently allows them to choose most asset classes from practically the entire investment universe including stocks, bonds, structured notes, ETFs, hedge funds and commodities.

Bringing active management allows Mithril to ensure that whatever is your appetite or aversion to risk they construct a diverse portfolio focused purely on your objectives.

Mithril key personnel

Soemoe Thein Win (CAIA, MCSI)

Managing Director of Mithril Asset Management

Anna Rozhentsova (CFA, MCSI)

Portfolio Manager of Mithril Asset Management


Bulletin

Mithril’s weekly investment bulletin details very own look on the investment universe offering expert opinions from technical analysis on the stock markets to political and economic commentary direct from the team of analysts.

They examine the investment climate, new opportunities and their potential and the likely impact it has on the future. This bulletin is for those who are serious about long term investment, who value the independent and unbiased opinions of experienced investment managers.

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