Reward And Risk

The concept of risk-adjusted returns is not new but is something which is embedded into the Mayar Fund process.

Indeed, the Mayar Partnership Principles explicitly reference the consideration of risk when looking to generate returns.

We will look at risk before return and will ignore high-risk opportunities regardless of potential payoffs.

That’s the principle. What about the practice? We think that the below chart, based on Citywire peer group data shows the application of the principle.

(Link to the Citywire data)

Source: Citywire Global Equity Peer Group as at 28th February 2019

Source: Citywire Global Equity Peer Group as at 28th February 2019

About Citywire

Citywire tracks, benchmarks and rates the career performance of over 10,000 fund managers globally.

FE Trustnet Award Mayar ‘5 Crown’ Rating

FE Crown Fund Ratings are quantitative ratings ranging from one to five designed to help investors identify funds which have displayed superior performance in terms of stock picking, consistency and risk control. 

The Mayar Fund factsheet can be found here. 

https://www.trustnetoffshore.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=PWFUG&univ=DC 

A five FE Crown Fund Rating reflects the highest tier and identifies a fund which FE Trust Net think is of superior quality. 

Further details can be found on this link

 https://www2.trustnet.com/learn/learnaboutinvesting/FE-Crown-Fund-Ratings.html 

ABOUT FE TRUST NET 

FE Trustnet Offshore is the world’s first completely free website offering comprehensive prices, performance and key facts coverage of the global ‘offshore’ domiciled funds market. Featuring almost 15,000 detailed fund factsheets, the site provides access to a rich well of information including daily updated prices and performance statistics, asset allocation, holdings and fund manager details. Divided into three major databases, FE Trustnet Offshore is a powerful research tool for anyone investing in offshore mutual, offshore insurance or exchange traded funds, offering details on individual funds as well as comparative tools allowing you to consider funds within the context of their peer groups and other benchmarks.