Sustainable and efficient implementation of your investment strategy
Indexed implementation of an investment strategy is not efficient from a risk-return perspective. Financial market research confirms that standard indices do not have an optimal risk-return-ratio (Sharpe Ratio). Classical indexing therefore incurs opportunity costs.
OLZ stands for efficient implementation of your investment strategy with our sustainable and risk-based portfolio optimisation. Implementation is systematic and cost-conscious. The result is a significantly improved risk-return-ratio (Sharpe Ratio).
Effective diversification of the overall portfolio
We aim to effectively diversify risks, taking into account the individual risk factors behind the asset classes (equity risk, interest rate risk, credit risk, currency risk, liquidity risk, etc.). We particularly avoid specific risks which do not contribute to diversification or are not compensated with a return premium.
No investments which are a pure combination of other asset classes.
Examples of such investments are structured products, hedge funds or high yield debt. These investments are usually associated with higher costs, complexity and non-transparent risks, while their return contribution can be replicated with traditional investments such as equities and bonds.
Optimised diversification within asset classes
OLZ minimum risk funds are optimally composed portfolios based on estimated risk parameters (volatilities, correlations). This risk-based portfolio optimisation significantly reduces fluctuations in value and maximum losses during market corrections.
Efficient use of the risk budget possible
OLZ allows for better use of the risk budget. Thanks to targeted consideration of risks when selecting investments and risk-based portfolio optimisation within the asset classes, more degrees of freedom are created in asset allocation. Specifically, with the same risk budget, a higher equity quota can be maintained, thus increasing the long-term return potential of the overall portfolio.