Carmignac’s Sandra Crowl to attend New York Summit
Sandra Crowl, member of the Investment Committee at Carmignac, will attend the upcoming Funds Society Fund Selector Summit New York 2016, taking place on 18 October at the Waldorf Astoria.
Although based in France, Carmignac Gestion is available to investors across Europe, currently managing some €52bn across a range of some 24 funds with 18 core strategies in global equities, commodities, emerging markets, low volatility funds and alpha driving fixed income strategies.
Carmignac Patrimoine, a flagship asset allocation fund, is one of the largest mutual funds in Europe. The fund is managed by Edouard Carmignac for the equity portion and Rose Ouahba for the fixed income portion, and benefits from the investment ideas of the whole management team. The strategy reflects the overall active and flexible approach that Carmignac is known for. The global macro scenario, both qualitative and quantitative approach to stock picking and exposure management in equities, bonds and currencies represent the three pillars of the investment process.
The full range of Carmignac Ucits funds is available for US Offshore investors within a Luxembourg mutual fund (Sicav) in several currencies.
Crowl joined Carmignac Gestion in 2007 and is both a portfolio advisor and member of the Investment Committee. She started her career at Bankers Trust Australia in 1987, before transfering to Paris in 1991. In 1993 she transferred to the London office, being appointed managing director of the European Foreign Exchange team.
In 2003 she co-founded New Alpha Advisers, a subsidiary of ADI, the alternative funds boutique. Crowl has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and French from the University of Melbourne. She is also a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) since 2007.