Quaero Capital, the Geneva-based manager has renamed its Argos Funds – Family Enterprise fund as the Argos Funds – Smaller European Companies fund.
The change is said to “better reflect its investment universe” of family-owned listed smaller companies available in the region and in which it invests. An additional change is that the fund will offer daily liquidity, versus weekly liquidity previously available. The redemption notice period is set at 10 days.
CEO Jean Keller said: “The fund has grown significantly in the past year, and the name change is simply to more accurately reflect the manager’s investment universe, bringing further clarity for fund selectors and end investors.”
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Sometimes referred to as the ‘biggest manager you have never heard of’, Jonathan Boyd has caught up with PGIM for insight into its Europe region developments as part of global expansion