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Consistent focus on value-oriented companies, avoidance of financial assets Munich, 28 April 2009 (mpr) – Mayr investment managers GmbH, Munich, (MIM) has the investment advice for the recently launched by the Hauck & Aufhauser investment company S.A., Luxembourg, on equity \”WM Fund asset portfolio\” (ISIN: LU0324420727) adopted. This provides MIM a plant concept map, whose objective represents a real high value retention in systemic crises. The investment focus are companies which supply at any time required goods or services, and whose fortunes mostly from tangible fixed assets. Investments, also within the selected companies, should be avoided deliberately in contrast to usual substance – or Valuefonds. Due to its objective of the funds within the financial structure of the investor is assignable to the segment of risk provisions.

In the investment advice of the WM Fund asset portfolio of the title selection on companies that come from industries, also in times of crisis focuses stable Markets can be expected. In addition, the companies should be as far as possible independent of the functioning of the financial system. Low debt-equity ratio, a corporate value based on primary material assets and low financial assets, such as cash, are other selection criteria. Special value is placed in the investment strategy on a high degree of diversification, E.g. across regions and currencies, and legal systems. The achievement of a positive value development, absolute or even relative to a benchmark index, is not the focus of investment decisions. The primary objective is the investment in a portfolio of equity-based corporate assets which have an any breach of system of the economic and financial system across their real asset as highly. Thus, Fund asset portfolio offers an interesting extension or diversification possibility to gold and real estate investments the World Cup. \”Due to the financial crisis while many investors right now with systemic risks addressed. One adequate incorporation of appropriate risk management systems in the portfolio is advisable but basically at any time\”, so Peter Vogel, Managing Director of Mayr investment managers.


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