The company also has offices in Frankfurt, Munich, London, Zurich, Singapore, Luxembourg, and Feilding. Aquila Capital AUM is 6.1 billion euros (as at December 2016).
Aquila Capital was named European Hedge Fund Firm of the Year at the Funds Europe Awards in 2010 and 2012 and is one of the 15 largest European hedge funds.
Dr. Rentsch is a shareholding Director of Aquila Capital, where he is in charge of the fund’s investment strategy. He previously served as the Head of Asset Allocation and Research at Munich Ergo Asset Management.
Dr. Dieter Rentsch is Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer at Aquila Capital, named European Hedge Fund Firm of the Year at the Funds Europe Awards in 2010 and 2012 and is one of the 15 largest European hedge funds.
Dr. Dieter Rentsch specializes in identifying global trends with the aims of making profitable investments that adhere to PRI principles. They have a diversified asset allocation which uses research and quantitative models.
Dr. Rentsch believes that real diversification can only be achieved with asset classes that are largely uncorrelated – Four different categories of fixed income allow optimum diversification in a risk parity model.
“There is no point in consulting a crystal ball for advice. It makes more sense to rely on facts. In our strategy, which invests in the sub-asset classes of government bonds, corporate bonds, inflation-linked bonds and emerging market currencies, we prefer to focus on correlations which are permanently changing in relation to each other.”
“The important thing is to seek out the asset classes which behave differently in certain economic and capital market conditions” said Dr. Rentsch.
Dr. Dieter Rentsch defines the asset classes as corporate bonds, emerging markets, inflation-linked bonds and Government bonds. These four asset classes perform differently in the various phase of the business cycle.
Dr. Dieter Rentsch believes that examining the correlations and aligning the portfolio on the basis of this is clearly more advisable than asking a crystal ball for advice.
The important thing is to seek out the asset classes which behave differently in certain economic and capital market conditions – Dr. Dieter Rentsch
Dr. Dieter Rentsch is dedicated to developing alternative investment solutions which uphold the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
PRI is a set of six principles that provide a global standard for responsible investing as it relates to environmental, social, ethical and corporate governance.
Dr. Dieter Rentsch claims to run the fund with a high degree of transparency, rigorous asset controls. His fund also uses a proprietary risk management system.
In the last 25 years we have experienced a really golden quarter of a century for financial assets but that has come to an end – Dr. Dieter Rentsch (2010)
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