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The Osmosis Resource Efficiency Factor is evidenced to have a low correlation to other common factors and is backed by strong economic rationale, portfolio performance and academic research. It has been integrated into four open ended funds. The four funds target style and global core exposure through smart beta and high active risk strategies.
Osmosis has structured a range of investment vehicles to address the demands of sophisticated institutional investors. Currently, our investment vehicles range from transparent tax-efficient structures, to UCITS V funds.
The Resource Efficient Core Equity Fund seeks superior risk-adjusted returns by targeting maximum resource efficiency exposure whilst maintaining a tight tracking error to the MSCI World. The portfolio takes advantage of the inefficiencies of market cap weighted strategies by closely mimicking the factor exposure of the underlying benchmark with the active exposure being delivered through the resource efficiency factor. The resulting portfolio delivers a significantly reduced footprint relative to the benchmark.
The Resource Efficient Low Volatility Fund seeks superior risk-adjusted returns relative to the MSCI World Index, by delivering a minimum variance portfolio of resource efficient stocks. The portfolio is not only seeking to deliver alpha through the resource efficient selection pool, but address the concerns that low volatility portfolios have historically increased exposure to resource-intensive industries, especially utilities, whereby significant non-financial risks are exhibited.
The Resource Efficient World Equity Fund is designed to outperform the MSCI Developed World Index. The stocks are systematically selected within industry sectors based upon their MoRE Resource efficiency score. The portfolio is broadly diversified across sectors excluding financials and has a large cap bias.
The Resource Efficient Equity Market Neutral Fund seeks absolute risk-adjusted returns by targeting maximum resource efficiency exposure on the long side and maximum resource intensity on the short side, whilst targeting a market, factor and dollar neutral portfolio. The resulting portfolio targets absolute return, uncorrelated to equity markets, whilst delivering a significantly reduced net environmental footprint.