SYZ Asset Management launches European income fund

Managed by head of European equities Michael Clements

Mike Sheen
 SYZ Asset Management head of European equities Michael Clements

SYZ Asset Management head of European equities Michael Clements

SYZ Asset Management has expanded its range of Europe-focused funds with the launch of an income strategy, targeting the "underinvested" areas of European markets.

The OYSTER Continental European Income fund targets a yield of at least 10% above the MSCI Europe ex-UK index and has been launched in response to increased investor demand for "quality yielding solutions", SYZ said. SYZ AM rolls out diversified multi-asset fund to UK investors Managed by head of European equities Michael Clements (pictured), the Luxembourg-domiciled SICAV will charge retail investors a management fee of 0.75%. The new strategy applies a similar investment approach to the OYSTER Continental European Selection fund, with an all-cap, high-conviction and contrarian po...

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