Risk management over asset selection provides a more stable basis for investing. The certainty that your money is managed as expected without concern over style drift, change of manager, or chasing alpha.CLICK HERE
Reduced risk of loss in all economic cycles is critical for diversified portfolios. A proven benefit to all portfolios over the worst markets in memory.CLICK HERE
Protection and preservation of capital and income are demanded by investors who have lost faith in traditional asset managers.CLICK HERE
Since 2007, the Aria Protected Funds have provided a unique combination of passive investment, protected investment portfolios, and liquidity without the normal risks associated with retail asset management or fixed term products.
Do not lose money. Not an easy thing to do if you are a traditional fund management trying to pick winners. The Aria Protected Funds are focussed firmly on risk management. All Aria Protected Funds use institutional techniques which are focussed on reducing the uncertainty in markets. The Funds combine Dynamic Risk Management with automatic rebalancing and high liquidity to reduce the risk of loss in all market conditions. Protection of capital and yield (or income) are features of all Aria Protected Funds. Combining these elements successfully meant outstanding performance in 2008 and 2009...
Aria's Luxembourg-regulated offerings fall into two distinct fund families, the Aria SICAV and the Aria Structured Investments SICAV-SIF. The ARIA SICAV is an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities that is governed by Luxembourg regulations and in particular Part I of the amended law dated 17 December 2010 relating to undertakings for collective investments. The ARIA SIF is a specialized investment fund that is also governed by Luxembourg regulations, but particularly the SIF the law dated 13 February 2007. Please note that a specific difference is that the SICAV-SIF is reserved to one or several well-informed investors. This is not the same classification as "experienced" or "sophisticated" investors. If you or your clients have any doubt as to which fund family is appropriate, or about the distinctions between them, please contact us.