DISCRETIONARY PORTFOLO MANAGEMENT
Delegate the management of your assets to a team of professionals
You have sold your real estate or professional property.
You want to increase the value of your savings.
You want to prepare for your retirement.
Due to the increasing cases of theft of portfolio management companies’ names, addresses and logos, savers are urged to use extreme vigilance in the event of solicitation by people claiming to be Carmignac Gestion. The rules of vigilance as well as the blacklist of unauthorised companies and websites are available on the AMF website.
Solutions tailored to your needs and to achieving your long-term saving goals, with a minimum investment of €50,000.
Continuous advice from experienced, dedicated professionals in Paris and the regions.
Preferential access to our funds to build a transparent investment that is right for you.
We actively manage our clients’ savings in international financial markets.
Our mission is to increase the value of your capital while having a positive impact on society and the environment.
Founded in 1989, Carmignac is a family-run business with an entrepreneurial spirit.
The portfolios are mainly composed of Carmignac Funds. Access to the Funds may be restricted for some individuals or countries. They may not be offered or sold directly or indirectly on behalf of or to a US person as defined in US “Regulation S” and/or FATCA. The Funds carry a risk of capital loss. The risks, ongoing charges and other fees are described in the KIID (Key Investor Information Document). The Funds’ prospectuses, KIIDs and annual reports are available on the website www.carmignac.fr or on request from the Management Company. KIIDs must be made available to the subscriber prior to subscription.
The information shown above may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the management company’s prior authorisation. It constitutes neither an invitation to invest nor investment advice. This information may be partial and could be changed without notice.
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