The strategy primarily invests in convertible bonds, credit and equities when managing the Fund’s sub-strategies: Idiosyncratic Volatility, Event Driven, Relative Value Credit and Alpha Short, and allocates dynamically to these based on the current and expected opportunity set. Within these sub-strategies, the fund seeks to identify compelling long and short opportunities that may include single name convertible bonds and equities, capital structure arbitrage, and other positively asymmetric event driven opportunities. The Fund cautiously employs leverage and may use tail hedges to reduce volatility.
Advent’s investment process employees a rigorous, fundamental, bottom-up, credit and capital structure focused research process built over 25 years. The portfolio management team seamlessly work together to identify and analyse compelling long and short investment opportunities to offer a strategy that seeks to generate an attractive absolute rate of return over a full market cycle. Active dialogue and interaction with a dedicated risk management team is a hallmark of the investment process to ensure the robustness of the offering. As an absolute return strategy, there may be occasional drawdowns during severe market dislocations, yet these dislocations often serve as catalysts for prolonged periods of strong outperformance and the investment process is designed to take advantage of such events and deliver asymmetric upside relative to any drawdown.
Global Convertible Leader: Founded in 1995 and recognised as a global leader in convertible bond strategies. Actively manages approx.. $8.6bln across alternative, long only and closed-end fund strategies.
Experienced and Deep Team: 58 employees in New York and London, including 21 seasoned investment professionals.
Credit Driven Research Process: Renowned fundamental, bottom up, credit and capital structure focused research process honed over 25 years and multiple market cycles.
Diminished Competition and a far smaller peer group than in the pre-2009 era has led to greater market inefficiencies and a broader opportunity set for experienced specialists. Increased capital from stable, long only, long-term investors has contributed to a stronger capital base for the asset class.
MontLake Asset Management Ltd, 23 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, D02 AR55, Ireland is licensed to provide Investment Management services to Professional Clients (including Collective Investment Schemes) by the Central Bank of Ireland.
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