Thorsten Vetter

Senior Portfolio Manager at Flossbach von Storch AG

Thorsten Vetter

Thorsten Vetter

Senior Portfolio Manager at Flossbach von Storch AG

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Mr. Thorsten Vetter is a Senior Portfolio Manager at Flossbach von Storch AG. He joined Flossbach in 2000. And from 2000 till 2005, he worked as Portfolio Manager and Analyst.He was previously employed as Portfolio Manager and Analyst by Krombacher brewery in Krombach from 1997 till 2000.Mr. Vetter obtained a degree in Business Management at the Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen (1992-1997).

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Senior Portfolio Manager
2000 - Current

FvS is an active manager which utilizes their core values of diversification, quality, flexibility, solvency and value to construct portfolios invested in equity, fixed-income, money-market instruments and derivatives across regions and sectors. They work with clients to develop an investment strategy using special funds or customized mandates, offering clear investment guidelines, risk management, securities dealing via a network of international brokers with reporting and independent control throughout the entire process.The firm’s global equity funds target large companies with stable profits, companies with attractive dividend profiles, companies with a proven business model, opportunities with small caps or companies that are restructuring and a small- and mid-cap companies. To determine if a company has an attractive stock market valuation, they employ their in-house CaRat (cash-flow rating) valuation model to select individual stocks, evaluating cash flows that the company is expected to generate on a sustainable basis in relation to the total value of the company.For bonds and convertibles, FvS focuses on government bonds, covered bonds and corporate bonds. They hedge foreign currency risks and select stocks based on fundamental analysis utilizing in-house research tools. They invest in investment-grade and lower-rated bonds and may selectively enter foreign currency risks. Their currency diversification bonds do not hedge currency risks against the euro and employ in-house fundamental research to select currency areas. For global convertible bonds they may combine bonds and call options and hedge foreign currency risks, typically focusing on European convertible bonds.For multi-asset, they invest mainly in shares and bonds with an attractive risk/reward profile and in precious metals. No investment lower limits or benchmark are defined and investment decisions are based on diversification. The investment process is fundamental-driven. Strategy, derived from the macroeconomic environment, and stock selection determine the allocation. They utilize the CaRat model to identify investments. For their SICAV range they invest in global equities, bonds, convertible bonds, currencies, precious metals and investment funds according to the principle of risk diversification. Derivatives may be used for hedging purposes or to optimize income and a percentage of the portfolio may be invested in equities. When selecting individual stocks, they employ rating models developed in-house.

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