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R-co Dynamic TAP

Diversified Range : Valor Region : World EUR

Net Asset Value

109.88 €


AUM (fund)

250.5 M €



+6.50 %

(YTD) (17/04/2024)

Recommended investment horizon

5 years

Risk scale


Investment objective

The objective of R-co Dynamic TAP is to seek performance net of fees, by investing mainly in the global equity and fixed income markets, through the implementation of discretionary management based on the selection of financial instruments based on the financial analysis of issuers.

Change in Net Asset Value

Past performance does not indicate future performance, and is not constant over time. Performance indicated is net of fees, calculated in the reference currency of the unit.

Performance by calendar year

This chart shows the fund’s performance as the percentage loss or gain per year over the last 10 years against its benchmark. It can help you to assess how the fund has been managed in the past and compare it to its benchmark
Inception date of the unit/share : 03/12/2021
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Markets could develop very differently in the future. It can help you to assess how the fund has been managed in the past. Performance is shown after deduction of ongoing charges. Any entry and exit charges are excluded from the calculation.

Performance as of 17/04/2024

Cumulative performance Annualised performance
10 years 5 years 3 years 1 year YTD 1 month 10 years 5 years 3 years
11.42% 6.50% 0.82%
Past performance does not indicate future performance, and is not constant over time. Performance indicated is net of fees, calculated in the reference currency of the unit.

Risk indicators as of 17/04/2024

Volatility Tracking-error Information ratio Sharpe ratio
1 year 9.66% 0.9203



The market pick-up initiated in late October continued in March across all geographical regions. Barring China, which gained 1.7% in March (MSCI China in euros) but only 0.35% since the beginning of the year, almost all the main equity indices posted double-digit performances in the first quarter. The MSCI World continues to be bolstered by resilient US growth and expectations of future rate cuts, having gained 11.7% since the end of 2023 euros and dividends reinvested. The S&P gained 13.3%, driven by technology stocks, while the TOPIX rose 11.8% and the Eurostoxx 10%. Bond market results were more disappointing. Long-term yields remain high on both sides of the Atlantic. And even though yields tightened in March by 5bp on the US 10-year and 11bp on the Bund, current levels (4.20% in the United States and 2.30% in Germany) reflect uncertainties over inflation and the Fed rate cuts against a backdrop of solid growth. The consensus at the start of the year was on six to seven cuts in the United States in 2024. Now just three cuts are expected. The US economy continues to surprise on the upside with growth holding up above potential. Consumption rebounded in February after a lacklustre January (+0.8% after 0.2%), while labour market flows stabilised in February at still solid levels and the ISM manufacturing index topped the 50-point mark in March for the first time since 2022. The performance of the markets reflects the fact that investors are now favouring growth, a soft landing or even no landing at all. The recovery in the industrial cycle has been confirmed outside the US. The global manufacturing PMI rose for the third consecutive month to reach 50.6 in March, a high since mid-2022. The recovery, then, is global, but it remains disappointing in Europe. Recent data from Asia is also reassuring. Almost all Chinese PMIs rose sharply in March, reaching their highest levels since the rebound following the end of the “zero COVID” policy a year ago. This positive development is being driven by exports, which remain solid and on the rise, and by the numerous measures implemented by the authorities to revive domestic growth, which surprised positively at the start of the year. But these trends have thus far failed to boost consumer and business confidence, which remain low. Further developments this month were the rise in oil prices, with the Brent reaching $87 (+6.8% over the month), and the rebound in the gold price, which ended the month at an all-time high of $2,230 per ounce (+21.9% over the month).

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Yoann Ignatiew

General Partner, Global Equities Portfolio Manager

See biography

Charles-Edouard Bilbault

Global Equities Portfolio Manager

See biography


  • ISIN code : FR0014005FP0
  • Legal form : SICAV
  • AMF Classification : No AMF Classification
  • Inception date : 03/12/2021
  • Management company : Rothschild & Co Asset Management
  • Custodian : Rothschild Martin Maurel
  • Dividend Policy : Accumulation
  • Reference indicator : None
  • Valuation : Daily
  • Latest time for subscriptions-redemptions : 4:00pm
  • Applicable Net Asset Value : Next working day NAV
  • Settlement (Settlement date) : NAV + 2
  • Minimum initial subscription : 20000000 EUR
  • Subsequent subscriptions : 1/10000th equities
  • Management fees (maximum) : 0.95%
  • Operating and admin. costs (maximum) : 0.15%
  • Entry fee (maximum) : 4%
  • Exit fee (maximum) : None
  • Performance fee : None