Investment funds with thematic focus

Thematica offers two thematic investment funds that aim to capture the innovation potential of fast-growing, innovative companies with a competitive edge along specific supply chains. Our funds combine well-defined combinations of stocks to form themes that are centered around these companies. Our objective is to achieve long-term financial returns while contributing to a more resilient future.

We take a disciplined investment approach that incorporates rigorous research and analysis to identify companies that align with our investment themes. By investing in companies that are driving innovation and growth in industries with a positive environmental and social impact, we aim to support the transition to a more resilient future while delivering strong financial returns for our investors.

 

Thematica - Future Mobility

The fund’s investment objective is to achieve long-term capital growth by investing in companies within the electric vehicle and energy storage value chains. A research-driven, actively managed supply chain approach is used to identify companies in subsectors with bottleneck risk or unit profit margin expansion. Areas include but are not limited to the following categories:

Mining of battery minerals, battery materials, battery components, battery manufacturers, battery technology, battery recycling, EV parts, e-mobility, energy storage, EV charging, fuel cell innovation, hydrogen production and infrastructure.

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  • NAV in USD 23.04.2024
    0
  • Change 23.04.2024
    0%
  • Categories
    E-Mobility
  • Number of holdings
    -
  • Inception date
    01.02.2019
  • LU1807298952
    ISIN

Thematica - Renewable Future

The fund’s investment objective is to achieve long-term capital growth by investing in companies focused on renewable energy, waste management, and other smart technologies dedicated to decarbonizing industries critical for meeting the UN's global climate targets. A research-driven, actively managed supply chain approach is used to identify companies in subsectors with bottleneck risk or unit profit margin expansion. Areas include but are not limited to the following categories:

Solar energy, wind power, hydro power, tidal energy, bioenergy, geothermal energy, smart grid, grid infrastructure, energy management, heat pumps, waste management, recycling, carbon credits among other categories.

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  • NAV in USD 23.04.2024
    0
  • Change 23.04.2024
    0%
  • Categories
    Renewables
  • Number of holdings
    -
  • Inception date
    16.09.2022
  • LU2448029152
    ISIN

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