All Roads

Designed for a smooth journey 1

 

All Roads aims to provide investors with steady performance across market cycles. 

By investing across a wide range of asset classes, All Roads gives investors access to multiple sources of potential returns and diversification in a single portfolio. 

Flexibility is at the heart of All Roads. Dynamic portfolio adjustments aim to ensure that All Roads takes the optimal long-term combination of asset risks at all times, and the most appropriate overall amount of risk for the prevailing market conditions and in-line with its investment objectives.1

 

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A vehicle specifically designed for a smooth journey 1

 

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Smart engineering carefully calibrated risk-taking across multiple asset classes Clever combustion the portfolio’s investments are dynamically adjusted as required by market dynamics
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 Responsive controls flexible reductions/increases in the overall amount of risk as  threats/opportunities arise Tried and tested Lombard Odier’s Swiss employees’ pension scheme has been using the investment approach that All Roads follows since 2009 2 

 

Why invest?

 

Stable goals

All Roads aims to provide investors with steady performance. The target: a smooth path to a return of cash + 3% to 5% across market cycles.

All Roads is designed to help investors benefit from a wide range of asset classes – maximising the sources of potential returns and diversification in a single portfolio. 

The managers of All Roads combine asset class risks in a way that they believe is optimal for steady long-term performance. Their strategic risk allocation is based on a multi-year analysis of investment market behaviour. 

This means considered risk-taking across asset classes that is both carefully controlled and constantly monitored.

 

Flexible means 

In any given period, an asset class sees its risk level fluctuate and its behaviour relative to other asset classes change; to stay true to the strategic risk allocation, the managers dynamically adjust the amount invested in each asset class. 

Not all multi-asset funds are this flexi¬ble but we believe flexibility is vital for the goal of stable returns. 

As well as carefully controlling where they take risk, the managers place equal importance on deciding how much overall risk to take at any given time. 

Depending on market conditions, the managers dial up or down All Roads’ overall risk level.

A broad tool kit 3 

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Comodities

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Credit

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Developed market equities

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Emerging market equities

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Sovereign bonds

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Inflation linked bonds

 

Flexibility

 

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Dynamically altering the overall level of the portfolio’s risk with the aim of taking advantage of market upswings and mitigating against the impact of market downturns.  

Over a six-year horizon, LO Funds – All Roads has delivered on all of its objectives. 4

 

The investment team

 

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Aurèle Storno, CFA
Lead Portfolio Manager, London
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Sui Kai Wong
Portfolio Manager, Hong Kong
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Alain Forclaz, PhD
Client Portfolio Manager, Genève

 

Investment strategy and philosophy

 

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Investing broadly 
All Roads invests across a broad range of asset classes, including: sovereign bonds; corporate bonds; inflation-linked bonds; developed market equities; emerging market equities and commodities. 
2 Allocating risk optimally 
All Roads blends asset class risks in a way that is explicitly designed to target stable performance across market cycles. This strategic risk allocation remains constant regardless of the market environment. 
3 Allocating capital dynamically 
To respect the risk allocation defined above, the portfolio’s capital is invested dynamically; the amount of capital invested in each asset class is adjusted as required by fluctuating market dynamics. 
This means reducing the amount invested in an individual asset class if its risk level increases relative to other asset classes in order for the portfolio’s risk exposure to that asset class to remain constant. It also means favouring what we consider as more attractive asset classes as market dynamics change. 
4 Dialling up/down risk 
While the risk allocation across asset classes remains constant, the overall amount of risk that All Roads’ takes is dynamic. Risk is dialled down or up according to threats/opportunities presented by investment markets. 
This is all made possible by investing in very liquid securities, which allows the managers of All Roads’ to make adjustments in a timely manner, as and when it makes sense to do so. 

 

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1 There can be no assurance that investment objectives will be achieved or that there will be a return on capital or that a substantial loss of capital will not be incurred.
2 The LO Pension Fund is a representative account which is being shown for illustrative purposes only and is not available for direct investment. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns. Holdings/allocations are subject to change.
3 Holdings/allocations are subject to change.
4 Source: LOIM. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

 

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Lombard Odier Funds (hereinafter the “Fund”) is a Luxembourg investment company with variable capital (SICAV). The Fund is authorised and regulated by the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority of the Financial Sector (CSSF) as an Undertaking for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities UCITS under Part I of the Luxembourg law of the 17 December 2010 implementing the European directive 2009/65/EC, as amended (“UCITS Directive”). The Management Company of the Fund is Lombard Odier Funds (Europe) S.A. (hereinafter the “Management Company”), a Luxembourg based public limited company (SA), having its registered office at 291, route d’Arlon, 1150 Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, authorised and regulated by the CSSF as a Management Company within the meaning of EU Directive 2009/65/EC, as amended. This marketing document relates to “All Roads”, a Sub-Fund of Lombard Odier Funds (hereinafter the “Sub-Fund”).

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