BLI - Banque de Luxembourg Investments, Banque de Luxembourg’s asset management company, has substantial expertise in global fund management, and a track record of over 20 years in the three areas of equities, bonds and multi-asset strategies.
Our key principles
Based in Luxembourg, away from the hustle and bustle of the big financial centres, BLI’s asset management team is composed of specialists with combined experience of quality investments worldwide. BLI’s expertise complies with the key principles of active management, transparency, risk-awareness, patience, experience and responsibility with regard to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
BLI understands long-term client success is linked to high-conviction active management, which is underpinned by the team’s commitment to rigorous fundamental analysis.
A disciplined investment process, focused on fundamentals and downside risk – crucial elements in generating strong risk-adjusted returns throughout a full economic cycle.
As investor time horizons become increasingly short, BLI’s contrarian long-term mindset enables its managers to exploit short-term market inefficiencies.
Stable and long-tenured investment teams, with a collegiate structure promoting open dialogue and knowledge-sharing.
BLI assesses environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in its investment analysis, which provides valuable insights in mitigating portfolio risks.
Fencing as a symbol
There are many parallels between fencing and our investment approach: solid preparation, concentration, analytical capacity, patience, and the importance of taking the right decisions at the right time.
A partnership that embodies our commitment
As a Luxembourg-based company, we were keen to support a national athlete. We also wanted our values, traditions and convictions to be reflected by the sporting discipline and personality of that athlete. Which is why we decided to forge a partnership with Flavio Gianotte, a Luxembourg fencing champion and rising star. Guy Wagner, Managing Director.
Flavio Giannotte trains at the French university of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, alongside the best French junior fencers. With three championship titles to his name in Luxembourg, he went on to beat the Olympic champion Park Sang-young at the World Fencing Championships in July 2017. We have decided to continue supporting Flavio for the next three years to give him optimum support for his next major challenge of qualifying for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.