INVESTMENT STEWARDSHIP SINCE 1997
Foord Asset Management offers a premium investment management service to long-term investors in UCITS funds.
WE PLACE INVESTORS’ INTERESTS FIRST
Founded in Guernsey in 1997 and expanded into Singapore in 2012 and Luxembourg in 2013, Foord Asset Management is an independent, owner-managed investment boutique offering a premium investment management service to long-term investors.
Managing risk is what we really do
We construct diversified investment portfolios based on rigorous fundamental research, high conviction ideas and an adaptable, value-driven investment policy.
Luxembourg-domiciled UCITS funds
Foord offers UCITS funds to investors with distinct risk profiles. The two funds cater to conservative, absolute-return investors and more risk tolerant investors with longer term investment horizons.
What if you had invested with us in the past?
Experience the compounding phenomenon of a sustained, long-term investment with Foord.
INVESTING FOR THE LONG TERM
“The market is dynamic and investment risk/return profiles change continually. I strive to find those attractively priced investment opportunities offering good, long-term, sustainable returns.”
- Brian Arcese, Portfolio Manager
The More Things Change...
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically and swiftly changed our living routines and operating habits. Future gazers have opined on how much of our daily lives will change permanently. But Foord Singapore analyst JC XUE explains what won’t change and why human nature is the perennial constant.
15 Aug 2020
Investing Through the Noise
Uncertainty levels always feel sky-high when financial markets suffer bouts of extreme stress. It is natural for people to lose confidence in their understanding of how things should work when paradigm shifts occur.…
11 Aug 2020
Markets in a Nutshell - August 2020
Global equities continued their rally as earnings season produced better-than-feared results and hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine grew on promising early trial results. Emerging markets outperformed on dollar weakness…