Investment funds

Azvalor Capital FI

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Azvalor Capital FI invests more than 90% of the total exposure in public/private fixed income (including listed or unlisted, liquid money market instruments), and the remainder in equities of any capitalization and sector, from issuers/markets mainly OECD (preferably euro zone), with the possibility of investing up to 40% of the total exposure in emerging issuers/markets.

Exposure to currency risk will be 0-100% of total exposure.

The objective is to seek a satisfactory return by investing in assets undervalued by the market, with high appreciation potential in the manager’s opinion.

At the date of purchase, the issues will have high credit quality (minimum rating A-) or medium (between BBB+ and BBB-) or, if lower, the rating of the Kingdom of Spain at any given time, and up to 40% of the total exposure may be invested in low credit quality (below BBB-) or unrated. The average duration of the fixed income portfolio will be less than 2 years.

Álvaro Guzmán de Lázaro, CFA CEO and Co-director of Investment
Fernando Bernad, CFA Co-director of Investment
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Since inception to 18/04/2024

-0.2 %

Annualized Return

98.2 €

Net asset value

0.4 %

Day change
YTD 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 Since inception


4.3 %

2.4 %

4.2 %

-3.5 %

-1.4 %

-4.6 %

-1.8 %

Past performance is no guarantee of future performance


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Fact sheet

ES0112601002 (single class, currency €)

Fund category

Euro Fixed Mixed Income

CNMV registration date


Minimum subscription

€5,000 (€500 under 23 years old)


BNP Paribas S.A., Spanish Branch

Management fee

0.5% per annum

Benchmark. Evolution of 100€ invested

Benchmark:  EONIA Index 90% (the part invested in fixed income) and the MSCI Europe Total Return Net index 10% (the part invested in variable income)

The EONIA index is the valid one-day interbank Euro interest rate. The MSCI Europe Total Return Net is comprised of more than 400 companies representing the stock exchanges of European countries including the United Kingdom, Nordic countries and Switzerland and takes into consideration the reinvestment of net tax dividends.