HP Engros Short Term Danish Bonds was established in 2012 and is a professional and independent investment fund with an active investment strategy.
HP Engros solely invest in Danish Krone denominated Danish government, mortgage bonds and bonds guaranteed by the Danish government or municipalities.
Danish mortgage bonds are well-suited as the safe part of the portfolio for a professional investor, to create room in the risk budget for more risky investments. Shares in HP Engros trade daily on the base of net asset value. The investor therefore has a more liquid investment than a single bond investment.
HP Engros is originally split from HP Invest Short Term Danish Bonds and hence returns prior to the start of HP Engros in 2012 are those of HP Invest Short Term Danish Bonds. HP Engros is an alternative investment fund (AIF) and is a subfund under Kapitalforeningen Investin.
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The funds objective
The funds objective
To give the highest return compared to similar funds. At current interest rate levels focus is on capital preservation
As a minimum to after costs the match return of the funds' benchmark
To deliver the highest possible Sharpe ratio over a 3-year period
The Danish Bond Market
The Danish Mortgage Bond Market has in its 200 year of history resisted several crises and is widely recognized as a safe and well tested system. The structure is based on registration of all real estate in Denmark, a thoroughly defined legal system and effective procedures in case of debtors’ payment default. The market consists of a large number of issues, approximately 1,700. Despite the large number of issues, the market is still very liquid. The high credit quality is shown by the high rating all new issuances receives.
Approved by Danish FSA
Kapitalforeningen Investin has been approved by and registered with the Danish FSA under FT no. 24.105, CVR no 28985975.