Banque Libano Française LF Total Return Bond Fund records a net return of 14.2%

Since its inception in September 2012 until end of December 2014, Banque Libano-Française (BLF) LF Total Return Bond Fund generated a net cumulative return of 14.2%.

“We were able to generate an impressive net return of 5.25% to our investors in 2014 despite the global environment of low yields. The consistency in returns coupled with their low volatility, created an attractive investment alternative to cash, suitable for both individuals and institutions, and helped us double assets under management to USD64million last year”, said Jamil Koudim, Portfolio Manager and Head of Fixed Income Unit at BLF.

Launched in 2012, The LF Total Return Bond Fund offers high net worth individuals and institutional investors the possibility to invest in international markets. Subscribers to this Fund benefit from a domiciliation in a highly-regulated and transparent environment, weekly liquidity, and access to global markets and opportunities which are otherwise inaccessible to individual investors. The Fund’s objective is also to generate an optimal risk/adjusted return by investing in global credit markets, whereby at least 80% is allocated to investment grade bonds.


Related posts