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Lipper Fund Awards 2014 (France): Natixis AM wins two awards

02.04.2014

Natixis Asset Management won two awards from the fund analysis company Lipper on Friday, March 28, 2014 for the quality of two of its funds.

The Lipper Fund Awards recognize funds that deliver solid, consistent risk-adjusted performance compared to their peers. Lipper selected the following funds as top performers in their category over specified periods that ended on December 31, 2013:

 

- Natixis Souverains Euro RC – 3 and 5 year EuroZone bond

- CNP Assur-Oblig R – 10-year EuroZone bond


“This award speaks to the strength of our investment process and the experience of our team. Over the years, in particular since the sovereign debt crisis, we have honed our investment process to capture both qualitatitve and quantitative assessments of country risk: Natixis AM was among the first asset managers to use bottom-up, country-level selection in Euro sovereign debt portfolios. In coming market cycles, we are confident that our team's deep level of specialization and our adherence to a disciplined process will allow us to continue to deliver stable outperformance”, says Olivier de Larouzière, Managing Director, Euro interest rates and Fund manager of Natixis Souverains Euro RC.

These awards testify to the quality of the asset management provided by Natixis Asset Management who ranks among the top-most asset managers in Europe.

About Lipper Fund Awards

Lipper Fund Awards are a part of the Thomson Reuters awards for Excellence, rewarding exceptional performance among all investment professionals internationally. They recognize the best funds, fund managers, sell side companies, investment research analysts and investor relations teams worldwide.
The prize-winners were selected based on Lipper’s assessment of the most consistent effective return over the period ended December 31, 2013. For further information: Lipper 2014 methodology


The figures provided refer to previous years. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. References to a fund's ranking, price or rating offer no indication as to future performance.