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FPM Funds Ladon - European Value

Ranked 112 out of 418 in - EuroZone over 12 months
All calculations are in EUR unless stated

Managed by

Raik Hoffmann

Raik Hoffmann holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Leipzig. He joined DWS Investments in 1998 and was a portfolio manager for German and European small and midcap funds. Raik is now an analyst and senior fund manager at FPM AG, where he has worked since 2013. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

Martin Wirth

Martin Wirth is one of the founding partners of FPM Frankfurt Performance Management AG which was formed in 2000. He is currently on the board of directors and is involved in fund management and stock analysis. Before this he worked in various positions including German stock analyst at Credit Suisse, Bank Julius Baer (Germany) and Sal. Oppenheim jr. and Cie. He later rejoined Credit Suisse as acting leader in asset management. Martin has over 24 years of experience in German stocks.


The investment objective of the fund is to achieve the highest possible risk-adjusted return. The fund invests predominantly in European equities. In addition the fund may invest up to 49% in non - European equities, interest-bearing securities, convertible and warrant bonds, participation and dividend certificates, mutual funds and certificates.

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EuroZone over : 28/02/2016 - 28/02/2017
  • Rank 112/418 Total Return
  • Rank 417/418 Standard Deviation
  • Rank 415/418 Max Drawdown
Fund Name Currency Return
110 BSO Europe EUR


111 Mandarine Engagement R EUR


112 Apollo European Equity A EUR


112 FPM Funds Ladon - European Value EUR


114 R-Conviction Euro Fund C-EUR Cap EUR


Fund Name Currency Loss
413 R Selection Euro C EUR


414 OFI KappaStocks R EUR


415 FPM Funds Ladon - European Value EUR


416 R-Conviction Euro Fund C-EUR Cap EUR


417 R Conviction Euro C EUR


Total Return

Quarterly Performance

to 01/01/2017 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2016 0.6% -4.9% -11.8% 5.8% 13.4%
2015 15.0% 19.7% -2.0% -11.5% 10.8%
2014 -3.0% 2.0% 2.0% -6.7% 0.0%
2013 23.8% 3.0% 1.0% 8.7% 9.6%
2012 25.9% 16.3% -7.5% 11.0% 5.4%
2011 -8.7% 2.6% 4.7% -19.4% 5.4%
2010 10.9% 6.8% -5.9% 3.2% 6.8%
2009 29.1% -9.0% 16.5% 19.0% 2.3%
2008 -38.3% -16.6% -8.9% -7.3% -12.5%
2007 9.8% 2.8% 5.6% -1.3% 2.6%
2006 17.9% 7.7% -3.5% 5.2% 7.8%

Month by Month Performance

Returns Vs Risk

Registered For Sale In

  1. Austria
  2. France
  3. Germany
  4. Luxembourg

Fund Info

  • Launch date07/11/2005
  • Share Class size05Mn
  • Base currencyEUR
  • ISIN LU0232955988

Purchase Info

  • Min. initial investment1
  • Min. regular additional investment0


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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated).