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5 Things you need to know about Saemor

Stable team with institutional backing

Saemor Capital is a specialist in quantitative investment management, focused on absolute return generation. The company was founded in 2008 with the backing of insurance company AEGON as a cornerstone investor. The team consists of award-winning equity managers with vast experience in European equities. The majority of the investment team have worked together for over 8 years.

Systematic equity strategy

The backbone of the strategy is a dynamic multi-factor model using fundamental and technical factors. Several enhancements were added blending qualitative insights in the model:
1. we designed the model to be adaptive to both the equity market and the macro environment: we know that in a recession other stocks are attractive than in a bull market.
2. we avoid or limit stocks where other things than our model drive performance, like M&A candidates.

Our edge is to define and combine fundamental quantitative factors better than our competitors.

Systematic equity strategy

One Fund, about US$ 500 million in size

The company manages the Saemor Europe Alpha Fund. The Fund is highly diversified and invests predominantly in liquid equities and equity-related securities in Europe. It is an equity long/short market neutral fund. The Assets under Management of the fund are approximately US$500m.

Over a 7 year track record

The Saemor Europe Alpha Fund is a consistent outperformer compared to relevant hedge fund benchmarks.  The fund offers uncorrelated performance to equity markets and peers and has demonstrated consistent preservation of capital in down markets.

Systematic equity strategy

Onshore, AIFMD compliant

Saemor Capital B.V. has obtained a license to manage funds as described in article 2:65 Wft (the Netherlands Financial Supervision Act). It is therefore regulated by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and the Dutch Central Bank (DNB).

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