29 Haussmann Sélection Monde

29 Haussmann Sélection Monde was launched in 2000. The fund’s investment strategy aims to generate regular returns over a medium/long-term horizon by investing predominantly in international equities.

Key points

29 Haussmann Sélection Monde relies on an in-depth fundamental analysis of international companies, coupled with a conviction strategy.

  • It is a conviction fund based on an extensive fundamental analysis of each company, in accordance with a purely bottom-up stock picking approach.
  • The investment strategy is not restricted in terms of market cap or country/sector allocation, but predominantly focuses on large caps.
  • The portfolio management approach is flexible and diversified, founded on active and opportunistic stock picking. It may, on a selective basis, adopt contrarian views relative to the market consensus.
  • An investment universe of around 3,000 international companies first goes through an initial quantitative screening based on liquidity, risk and quality criteria. Stock picking is based on a combination of two approaches:
    • A quantitative analysis of each company, examining criteria such as profit growth and share valuation.
    • An extensive fundamental and qualitative analysis coupled with regular dialogue with the company’s management team.
5 Years
Minimum recommended investment period
5 /7
Risk/return profile

Portfolio management process




Investment universe

Phase 1

International equities universe


Phase 2 

Quantitative analysis universe (Quantitative screening, Cash holdings, Risk, Quality)

Rating criteria, including: 

  • Profit growth

  • Instrument valuation

  • Risk, quality



Qualitative analysis universe

  • Detailed fundamental analysis conducted by the portfolio management team

  • Financial analysis of instrument

  • On-site meetings with companies


Phase 3

Portfolio construction Investment decision (fundamental + market environment)

80-100 names on average


Investment decisions incorporate financial as well as non-financial criteria. The integration of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) criteria in the stock-picking process is aimed at assessing each company’s ability to transform sustainable development issues into performance drivers. The mutual fund promotes environmental or social characteristics, or a combination of those characteristics, within the meaning of Article 8 of the SFDR.


Fund category Equities
Risk level 5
ISIN code FR0007050570 FR0013294170
Parts C I
Eligible subscribers All subscribers Institutional Investors
Currency EUR
NAV frequency Daily
Initial NAV 1 000 EUR
NAV date 2022/06/30 2022/06/30
NAV 2 489,71 1 254,53



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