The Tavau Swiss Fund is a Swiss investment fund that mixes long- and short-term investment strategies with a focus on investing in Swiss companies. The objective is to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns.
The investment process is based on a bottom-up analysis of companies and regular meetings with company management. The portfolio is designed to include medium- and long-term core positions as well as opportunistic investments when appropriate. Exposure is actively managed based on prevailing market sentiment.
The fund manager of the Tavau Swiss Fund is Rudolf König, who has over 25 years of experience in analysing and brokering Swiss equities.
Daily liquidity at the net asset value (NAV)
Currency: CHF / EUR (hedged)
Swiss Valor: CHF 10‘532‘590 / hEUR 29'852'324
ISIN: CHF CH0105325903 / hEUR CH0298523249
Bloomberg: TAVAUSW SW / TAVAUEU SW
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Rudolf König has been working in the financial industry for over 30 years, mainly in the areas of research, sales and equity trading. Before joining Entrepreneur Partners AG, Rudolf helped develop the equity brokerage business of NZB Neue Zürcher Bank in Germany, most recently in the role as Head of Sales. Prior he worked for Lombard Odier & Cie and Sal. Oppenheim (Switzerland) AG. Rudolf started his career in equity brokerage at Bank Julius Baer in Zurich upon completing his studies at the University of St. Gallen.
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