Sarasin Digital Opportunities Fund

Accessing transformational opportunities across the interconnected economy

The Digital Opportunities fund is about accessing the interconnected economy through digitalisation.

Invested in 20-25 small/mid cap stocks with high conviction and disruption-fuelled growth.  

  • Access to long-term structural megatrends around the adoption of digital products and services
  • A focus on finding the winners of tomorrow... instead of the ones of today
  • No megacaps, exposure to economy-wise trends in digital
  • We utilise our thematic investment process and highly-skilled team
  • We undertake fundamental and thorough research 
  • We undergo a rigrorous stock valuation process 

fund profile

Fund manager Josh Sambrook-Smith discusses the new Digital opportunities fund and Digitalisation as an investment trend.

Key discussion points:

  • What the fund aims to achieve
  • How the fund differentiates against competitors
  • What COVID-19 means for Digitalisation
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Investment Team

Head of Equity Research

Alex Cobbold

Head of Equity Research

Alex Cobbold

Head of Equity Research

Alex is responsible for screening and researching stock ideas from the Global Energy and Industrials Universe and providing insight into macro events and themes which will influence the sectors. Alex joined Sarasin & Partners in January 2017. Prior to joining Sarasin, Alex was employed at the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) for 16 years as a global industrials and energy equity and commodity analyst and portfolio manager. Before joining the GIC he was an analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein for five years. He covered the EU building and materials sector. Alex‘s career started in the city after graduating at National Provident Institution (NPI) as a UK fund manager.
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Fund Manager

Josh Sambrook-Smith

Fund Manager

Josh is a sector analyst covering Technology, media and telecoms on a global basis.

Prior to joining Sarasin & Partners, Josh worked at Putnam Investments as an Equity Analyst covering pan-European financials, telecoms, tech and utilities companies. Prior to Putnam, he worked for a small Private Equity firm focusing on researching and analysing potential investments into software companies. He also worked at BNY Mellon Asset Management in a middle office role.

Josh has a degree in Economics from Birmingham University and CFA Level 1.

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Sarasin Tomorrow’s World Fund

A diversified multi-asset fund that invests in purposeful institutions which aim to solve people and the planet’s problems profitably, without benefiting from causing harm to the world.

As our population has grown, we have developed an unsustainable ecological footprint. Today we’re using the resources of nearly two planets yet we only have one. Conserving our world for future generations will require large shifts in global trends, away from voracious consumption towards sustainable patterns of producing and using goods and services.

Tomorrow’s World invests in companies that are already fit for the future – and in  bonds which support social and economic development.

Investing in the fund means you benefit from a diversified portfolio of investments, that we believe have positive prospects but don’t have businesses that cause material damage in their activities.

Through this fund, investors have the potential to:

  • Achieve long-term capital and dividend growth – that becomes increasingly valuable – from leading businesses across the world that set out to solve problems and not benefit from causing harm
  • Help fund economic and social development through the fund’s investments in purposeful lending, including to universities, charities and housing associations
  • Have diversification through exposure to sustainable alternative assets, including physical assets and infrastructure, to complement the portfolio’s other holdings

Our established thematic process allows us to identify the most prominent positive and sustainable trends. These themes lead us to investment ideas that generally have a lower risk of regulatory or consumer backlash, while avoiding trends with a high risk of declining profit streams. 

We complement the companies in the portfolio with purposeful bond investments. Crucially, our ESG framework allows us to create order from a complex landscape and gives us a structure to identify harmful effects that organisations can cause. We exclude opportunities that rely on unsustainable elements to achieve their profits.

Investment Team

Partner, Deputy Chief Investment Officer

Henry Boucher

Climate Active Analyst

Ben McEwen

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Financial Credit Analyst

Artemis Vrahimis

Partner, Deputy Chief Investment Officer

Henry Boucher

Partner, Deputy Chief Investment Officer

Henry started his career in fund management in 1983. He is Chairman of the Sarasin & Partners Investment Strategy Group, Deputy Chief Investment Officer and Co-Portfolio Manager of the specialist thematic Food and Agriculture Opportunities strategy. Specialising in multi-asset and global equity fund management, he has managed a wide variety of funds, including unit trusts, pension funds, life funds and charity endowments.  
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Climate Active Analyst

Ben McEwen

Climate Active Analyst

Ben is responsible for evaluating the investment implications of climate change and integrating these risks and opportunities into portfolios .

Prior to joining Sarasin & Partners in 2018, Ben worked for RBC and CIBC as a sell-side Equity Research Analyst covering global natural resources. He has also worked in audit and assurance for PwC in London, and as a commodities economist in Sydney, Australia.

Ben is a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, holds a Certificate in Investments (Securities) from CISI, a Certificate in Economics of Competing Energy Technologies from Stanford University and graduated the Global MBA at Imperial College London with Distinction.

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Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer joined Sarasin & Partners in 2014 as an investment manager within the private client department, moving to the asset management team in 2017. Before joining Sarasin, Henning worked at Kleinwort Benson Private Bank as a business analyst.

Henning is a CFA charterholder.

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Financial Credit Analyst

Artemis Vrahimis

Financial Credit Analyst

Artemis is a credit analyst in the fixed income team responsible for Financials.

Prior to joining Sarasin & Partners in September 2017, Artemis spent three years at the Bank of England where she used to be a credit analyst covering major UK banks (initially at the PRA and subsequently at the Financial Stability Division).
Before the Bank of England, she spent nearly five years at Moody’s Investors Service as a credit analyst in the financials institutions team responsible for banks and non-bank financials in Emerging Markets and the UK.

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Sarasin GlobalSar – Strategic

A diversified multi-asset fund which aims to achieve a real return.

Equity offerings

We focus our research efforts on identifying long-term trends missed or underappreciated by the wider market, with the flexibility to seize shorter term opportunities when they arise.

Valuation is at the core of our process. This ensures a long-term perspective on expected returns across assets.

We are dynamic /flexible in our tactical asset allocation which allows us to allocate to the asset classes with the best risk/return profile considering both valuations and macroeconomic outlook.

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We have renowned expertise and a long track record of managing multi-asset portfolios.

Through this fund, you have the potential to achieve a real return with a lower risk profile than pure equities.

Where we work from

We focus our research efforts on identifying long-term trends missed or underappreciated by the wider market, with the flexibility to seize shorter term opportunities when they arise.

Valuation is at the core of our process. This ensures a long-term perspective on expected returns across assets.

By comparing the attractiveness of the major asset classes relative to one another, we ensure exposure to the best companies via the most attractive part of the capital structure.

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Sarasin Fund of Funds – Global Diversified Growth

About this fund

The Sarasin Fund of Funds range is spread across a spectrum of risk-return characteristics to suit different client objectives.  

We select and blend a hand-picked group of underlying funds, allowing investors access to a diverse range of investments through one simple approach. 

Our Global Diversified Growth strategy, one of these approaches, has a benchmark equity rating of 60%. 

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Investment team

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil is responsible for third-party fund research and has over 10 years industry experience. Adil joined Sarasin & Partners in September 2018 from Quilter Cheviot where he was primarily in charge of covering Fixed Income, Alternatives and Sector third-party funds research. Adil started his career at AXA Investment Managers in 2008 and gained experience amongst various teams including distribution, risk management, asset allocation and eventually became a generalist Analyst within the Multimanager team. He has an Eq Bachelor degree in Economics from Universite Pierre Mendès France, France, a master in Management from ESCEM Business School, France as well as a Master in Science from the London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. Adil is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).
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Sarasin Income & Reserves

An investment solution designed to provide liquid, flexible and reduced volatility investment solution for charities

The fund acts as an ‘insurance policy’ to complement to our growth-oriented Endowment strategy.

This allows investors to make short-term withdrawals without the risk of being a ‘forced’ seller at an inopportune moment.

We target returns in excess of cash, but with less volatility than is likely from an investment in our Endowments strategy.

Investors have access to a relatively high level of immediate income, with the potential for some capital appreciation. Rather than being a substitute for cash, it is instead a distinct step up in both risk and reward. 

The fund aims to target a longer-term total return of inflation +2%.

The fund is managed as a pooled strategy, investing in a bespoke mix of assets with wide diversification.

We exclude companies with exposure to the production of tobacco or tobacco-related manufacturing. The fund also avoids investment in companies that generate significant revenues from alcohol, armaments, gambling and adult entertainment.

Our approach is both quantitative and qualitative, and considers the materiality of each exclusion based on the percentage of revenues derived from ethically sensitive products and services.

Investment team

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil joined Sarasin & Partners in 2013 as head of the multi-asset team and has more than 30 years’ investment experience. Before joining Sarasin, Phil worked at Newton Investment Management, where he was chief investment officer of the private clients and charities division. He has also held investment management roles at Capital House and Leopold Joseph. Phil is a fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
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Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer joined Sarasin & Partners in 2014 as an investment manager within the private client department, moving to the asset management team in 2017. Before joining Sarasin, Henning worked at Kleinwort Benson Private Bank as a business analyst.

Henning is a CFA charterholder.

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Sarasin Fund of Funds Global Equity

About this fund

Our fund of fund range is spread across a spectrum of risk-return characteristics to suit different client objectives.

We select and blend a hand-picked group of underlying funds, allowing investors access to a diverse range of investments through one simple approach.

Our Global Equity strategy, one of these approaches, has a benchmark equity rating of 100%.

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Investment team

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil Alaoui

Analyst, Portfolio Manager

Adil is responsible for third-party fund research and has over 10 years industry experience. Adil joined Sarasin & Partners in September 2018 from Quilter Cheviot where he was primarily in charge of covering Fixed Income, Alternatives and Sector third-party funds research. Adil started his career at AXA Investment Managers in 2008 and gained experience amongst various teams including distribution, risk management, asset allocation and eventually became a generalist Analyst within the Multimanager team. He has an Eq Bachelor degree in Economics from Universite Pierre Mendès France, France, a master in Management from ESCEM Business School, France as well as a Master in Science from the London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. Adil is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).
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Sarasin Fund for Charities – Thematic UK Equities

A UK equity portfolio designed to provide long-term capital appreciation and consistent levels of income.

Aimed at long-term UK charity investors, the fund can be used as a building block for segregated multi-asset charity portfolios, giving exposure to UK equities.

It is a pooled vehicle for smaller charity accounts, where it doesn’t make economic sense to run the investments on a segregated basis.

INVESTING FOR YOUR CHARITY

Core to the Sarasin fund for Charities – Thematic UK Equity is a distinctive thematic equity process, an integrated stewardship approach and active long-term investment.

We believe these elements, along with the fund’s conservative approach to valuation and risk, puts the strategy in an optimal position to deliver consistently attractive income and long-term capital appreciation.

We invest in UK-listed companies which satisfy our thematic process. The fund is not constrained by sector or style. The team occasionally uses derivatives to reduce risk or costs, or to generate additional capital or income.

We actively exclude tobacco, arms, gambling and adult entertainment companies.

We manage risk through exposure ranges at a thematic, sectoral and stock level.

Investment team

Fund manager, Head of UK Equities

Ben Elwes

Fund manager, Head of UK Equities

Ben Elwes

Fund manager, Head of UK Equities

Ben joined Sarasin & Partners in 2017. He started his career at Friends Provident as graduate trainee and after nearly 4 years moved to Henderson Global Investors where he was for over 14 years managing European (including UK) equities funds, rising to Director and Head of the Mainstream European team. Prior to joining Sarasin, Ben spent 9 years at GIC Private Ltd in a similar capacity. Ben hold a BSc (Hons) degree in Economics and Politics from Bristol University, is Associate of the Society of Investment Professionals and a member of the CFA Institute.
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Sarasin IE Systematic Emerging Markets Dividend

An emerging market portfolio which offers broad diversification, and seeks to outperform the market cap benchmark over the medium to long term.

The fund is a fully invested, systematic, long-only equity strategy.

It provides core exposure to emerging markets and is designed to maximise risk-adjusted returns over the long term.

Using a simple and transparent process tailored to your requirements, the fund has consistently produced a higher Sharpe Ratio across multiple markets and cycles. It can be applied to single country, as well as regional indices.

We use the World Bank’s governance scores to inform our underweights and overweights. This provides our investors with a responsible overlay to asset allocation.

There are four pillars which are core to stock selection:

  • Quality
  • Dividend growth
  • Dividend yield
  • Fitting the Sarasin Efficient Ratio

The latter ratio is our proprietary technique that blends momentum and low volatility signals.

The strategy follows a rules-based investment process and rebalances on the first working day of each month.

To be part of the target investable universe a company needs to be a member of the MSCI Emerging markets index and ranked in the top 80% for liquidity.

For portfolio construction the managers use a tilted approach.

  • Active stock weighting constraints
  • Active country level constraints
  • Active sector level constraints
  • Dividend yield 25% premium to market

How to Invest

You can invest directly in this fund by either selecting the fund, or instructing your adviser to invest with us on your behalf.

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Investment team

Analyst, Quant

Ben Human

Partner, Fund Manager, Head of Quant

Andrea Nardon

Analyst, Quant

Ben Human

Analyst, Quant

Ben joined Sarasin & Partners in 2016 and has four years of experience as a quantitative analyst. Before joining Sarasin, Ben worked for the investment team at Prospect Wealth Management, a part of Raymond James. Ben holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Durham.
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Partner, Fund Manager, Head of Quant

Andrea Nardon

Partner, Fund Manager, Head of Quant

Andrea joined Sarasin & Partners in 2006 and has 20 years’ experience as a quantitative analyst. Before joining Sarasin, Andrea worked as a portfolio manager for Deka Investment in Frankfurt, and before that as a quantitative analyst for Commerzbank.

Andrea holds a degree in economics from the University of Venice.

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Sarasin IE Diversified Endowments

A complete investment solution for charities, aiming to produce a reasonable level of income while ensuring that the ‘real’ value of the capital is maintained.

Equity offerings

The Sarasin IE Diversified Endowments Fund is aimed at long-term charity investors with liabilities within the euro area.

It provides a flow of income for today’s beneficiaries, while maintaining the ‘real’ value of the capital and income for future generations.

Our integrated ESG screening criteria ensures that stewardship is fully embedded in portfolio construction, and aids risk management.

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The strategy provides charities with a sustainable income. We manage the portfolio on a total return basis, picking stocks on merit, rather than maintaining a constant bias to higher yielding securities.

In short, the strategy is a modern, efficient and cost-effective way of wrapping a charity’s investments into a bespoke mix of assets with wide diversification and attractive overall costs.

We invest globally in a combination of assets. These can include equities, government or corporate bonds, property, cash and alternatives.

It is not constrained by geography, sector or style. The team occasionally uses derivatives to reduce risk or costs, or to generate additional capital or income.

We actively exclude companies with exposure to the production of tobacco or tobacco-related manufacturing. We also avoid investment in companies with significant revenues from alcohol manufacture, armaments, gambling, adult entertainment, or anti-life products.

Investment team

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil joined Sarasin & Partners in 2013 as head of the multi-asset team and has more than 30 years’ investment experience. Before joining Sarasin, Phil worked at Newton Investment Management, where he was chief investment officer of the private clients and charities division. He has also held investment management roles at Capital House and Leopold Joseph. Phil is a fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
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Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer joined Sarasin & Partners in 2014 as an investment manager within the private client department, moving to the asset management team in 2017. Before joining Sarasin, Henning worked at Kleinwort Benson Private Bank as a business analyst.

Henning is a CFA charterholder.

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Sarasin Endowments

A complete investment solution for charities, aiming to produce a reasonable level of income while ensuring that the ‘real’ value of the capital is maintained.

The Sarasin Endowments Fund is aimed at long-term charity investors seeking a responsible globally diversified portfolio.

It provides a flow of income for today’s beneficiaries, while maintaining the ‘real’ value of the capital and income for future generations.

Our integrated ESG screening criteria ensures that stewardship is fully embedded in portfolio construction, and aids risk management.

The strategy provides charities with a sustainable income. We manage the portfolio on a total return basis, picking stocks on merit, rather than maintaining a constant bias to higher yielding securities.

In short, the strategy is a modern, efficient and cost-effective way of wrapping a charity’s investments into a bespoke mix of assets with wide diversification and attractive overall costs.

We invest globally in a combination of assets. These can include equities, government or corporate bonds, property, cash and alternatives.

It is not constrained by geography, sector or style. The team occasionally uses derivatives to reduce risk or costs, or to generate additional capital or income.

We actively exclude companies with exposure to the production of tobacco or tobacco-related manufacturing. We also avoid investment in companies with significant revenues from alcohol manufacture, armaments, gambling, adult entertainment, or anti-life products.

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Investment team

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil Collins

Partner, Head of Multi-Asset

Phil joined Sarasin & Partners in 2013 as head of the multi-asset team and has more than 30 years’ investment experience. Before joining Sarasin, Phil worked at Newton Investment Management, where he was chief investment officer of the private clients and charities division. He has also held investment management roles at Capital House and Leopold Joseph. Phil is a fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
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Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer

Analyst/ Portfolio Manager

Henning Meyer joined Sarasin & Partners in 2014 as an investment manager within the private client department, moving to the asset management team in 2017. Before joining Sarasin, Henning worked at Kleinwort Benson Private Bank as a business analyst.

Henning is a CFA charterholder.

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