We specialize in providing personalized strategies to maximize your investments, manage risks, and achieve your financial goals with confidence. We highlight three key specializations: Growth, Deep Value, and Active Fixed Income.

Active Advisory

1. We are constantly on top of the market 2. We optimize risk control 3. We enhance client peace of mind and performance

We understand risk as something personal and non-transferable. Risk is not perceived in the same way by everyone.

L’entorn que vivim està canviant i cada vegada a una major velocitat. Haurem d’adaptar-nos a les diferents situacions. Millor minimitzem les emocions i deixem treballar als nostres sistemes d’IA.

An important recommendation, invest in what you know and like. This way, you won’t be surprised by what happens in the financial market.

Equity 'Growth'

Growth equity refers to a category of investments in the stock market that focuses on company stocks with significant potential for long-term growth in their income and earnings. These stocks tend to be characterized by having a sustained history of growth.

Sustained Growth: Growth equity stocks are associated with companies that exhibit a consistent history of growth in their income and profits.

Low Dividend Distribution: These investments tend to reinvest their earnings rather than pay dividends to shareholders, allowing them to focus on long-term growth.

Potential Volatility: Although they offer significant profit potential, growth equity stocks can often be more volatile in the short term due to growth expectations and market valuation.

The economic, political, and social environment in which we live can influence and affect the growth potential of underlying companies.

We’ll closely monitor these factors and adjust investment strategies accordingly. We’ll embrace the assistance of new Artificial Intelligence technologies.

Equity 'Deep Value'

Renda Deep Value is an investment strategy that aims to purchase stocks of undervalued companies concerning their intrinsic value, focusing on firms with strong fundamentals and low market prices.

Fundamental evaluation: Deep Value investment is based on a rigorous analysis of a company’s fundamentals, such as its income, assets, and debts, to identify undervalued stocks.

Long-term: The goal is to take a long-term approach.

Volatility: As it involves investing in often unpopular stocks, this strategy can be volatile and requires patience to wait for prices to recover.

The Economic Cycle: During economic recessions, deep value investment opportunities tend to be more abundant, as the stocks of many companies can be undervalued due to market uncertainty and pessimism.

With complete transparency and putting the client’s needs and benefits first and foremost.

Active Fixed Income

It’s an investment strategy where managers proactively seek higher returns through asset selection and constant portfolio adjustments, as opposed to a passive strategy that merely tracks a fixed-income index.

Limited Fluctuation: Tends to have less risk in terms of price fluctuation compared to equity investments (stocks).

Predetermined Interests: Provides certainty about future interest payments, which can be attractive for investors seeking stable and predictable income.

Variety of Issuers and Terms: They can be issued by a variety of entities, such as governments, companies, and supranational organizations. Additionally, they can have different maturity periods, allowing investors to diversify their portfolio according to their needs and risk tolerance.

Economic, political, and financial environments can have a significant impact on fixed-income investments, affecting interest rates. On the other hand, quantitative easing policies can favor fixed-income investments by keeping rates low.

Strategies will need to be monitored and adapted accordingly to mitigate risks and seize opportunities.

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