William Paulstern develops an innovative alpha-producing investment strategy.
Hong Kong – Oct. 6, 2015 – William Paulstern has announced that after the conclusion of laborious research the firm has created an innovative alpha-producing investment strategy drawing on the international dividend-paying universe. The International Dividend Income and Development Strategy aims to deliver attractive profits while focusing on capital appreciation over the long-term.
Following a close examination of this universe’s attributes over the last two years, William Paulstern has built models to uncover the businesses which are most likely to sustain and increase their dividends and to exclude firms that are most probable to reduce their payout. By utilizing these models the company performed portfolio simulations for the strategy for the period between 2000 and 2012 which demonstrated the capacity to generate a total return ahead of conventional cap-weighted indexes.
Kai Wu-Dong, Chief Investment Officer and member of the Board of Directors, commented: “We consider that our new strategy will be particularly attractive to institutional investors given that historically they have always required regular cash flows from their portfolios. Likewise we are aware that investors have separate preferences in terms of balancing capital and profits; as such we also offer the possibility of handling portfolios that are customized according to specific investor requirements.”
About William Paulstern
William Paulstern is a sovereign leading investment and asset management firm with a strong heritage in equities and professional expertise in mutual funds, fixed income and multi-asset solutions. With a cumulative experience of more than 90 years in managing our investors’ assets we have learned that what matters the most is building a mutually beneficial relationship with our clients and winning their trust by out-delivering on their expected outcomes.
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