Holdings RDT-DBI


Through the use of an internal proprietary model, this strategy focuses on selecting the best and most undervalued listed familly owned holdings. This strategy offers a worldwide diversification in equity and private equity to it's shareholders. The model is applied to a SICAV RDT-DBI that allows Belgian Companies to benefit from advantage capital gains exemption without having to meet RDT criteria.

The Holdings RDT-DBI has the following investment policy:

  1. Flexible management in holding companies.
  2. Equity ratio can range from 80% to 100%
  3. Based on holding discounts observed in the market.
  4. Geographical allocation is oriented to developped markets with a particular focus on European companies.
Assets Managers: 
Yves Colot
CEO Belgium
Yearly Volatility
Investment Process: 

The investment process is the following:

  1. Automated screening of Manager's preferred investment universe gathering around 50 Holdings
  2. Based on mean reversion asumptions, the manager analyses the "Holding Discount" to get "Buy" or "Sell" investments signals
  3. In-depth analysis based on fundamental metrics (valuation, profitability, indebtdness) as well as soft metrics (strategy, management, competitors) is realized
  4. A risk management & compliance layer is then applied
Legal FormBelgian UCITS
ISIN CodeBE6311203929
Bloomberg TickerEURHRDI BB Equity
Custodian BankDegroof Petercam
NAV FrequencyDaily
Types of SharesI-Dis & R-Dis
Management Fee0.80% & 1.25%
Performance FeeNone
Front-Load & Exit Fee
Distribution Fee
Minimum investmentEUR 250.000 (I share)
Launch Date29/03/2019
Title Publication date File
Holdings RDT-DBI Factsheet- Part I Newsletter 2020 Friday 31 January 2020 PDF icon 20.01.31 Eurinvest - Holdings RDT-DBI - Newsletter January'20.pdf
Prospectus March 2019 Friday 1 March 2019 PDF icon Prospectus Eurinvest UCITS SA - SICAV RDT-DBI.pdf
Holdings RDT-DBI KIID - Part I Friday 1 March 2019 PDF icon KIID_BE6311205940_fr_BE.pdf
Holdings RDT-DBI KIID - Part R Friday 1 March 2019 PDF icon KIID_BE6311203929_fr_BE.pdf
Thursday 30 April 2020