»First of all preserve capital! Then maximize
concentration in achieving attractive earnings.«

Jörg Bantleon,
Chairman of the Executive Board

Institutional Investors

Specialised management, high quality bonds and maximum controlling support: the »Bantleon bond funds« are optimised to meet the demands of institutional investors. The Bantleon Bond Indexing mandate concept adapts Bantleon's immunisation strategy for individual client mandates. Our management methods range from Outperformance to Absolute Return.

Private Investors

The »capital forming bond funds« of Bantleon have formed a sound investment base for institutional investors for more than 13 years. Meanwhile, private investors can also invest in these funds, where capital preservation is paramount.

Distribution Partners

Within a general capital insecurity, the »capital forming bond funds« of Bantleon can offer your clients a product range within a secure capital environment. Institutional investors have relied on the underlying Bantleon management methods for more than 13 years.

In focus

Solutions for the low interest period of the best absolute return manager

Bantleon had already been thinking about answers to the long-term downtrend of interests at an early stage. One solution was the launch of the funds Bantleon Opportunities S and Bantleon Opportunities L in 2008. In the meantime, over EUR 6 billion are managed under this management method. In particular, institutional investors appreciate Bantleon Opportunities as a reliable absolute return concept. This competence of fund management has just been confirmed by Feri EuroRatings Services AG which awarded Bantleon as »Best Asset Manager in the Category Absolute Return  2014«. The bond manager Bantleon has also been awarded in the last two years in the category absolute return: as Best Asset Manager 2012 and as Top Asset Manager 2013.

 

 

 

 

*Historical performance of all funds (mutual funds institutional share class and single-investor funds) managed by the Bantleon Bank AG and based on the daily fund unit prices by means of the volume weighted BVI-method (reinvestment of distributions) in the period between 1 March 2000 and 30 December 2013. Performances of the past are no reliable indicator for future performances.