Dominicé is an investment management company based in Geneva. We offer a range of specialized investment funds, as well as private asset management services that aim to deliver positive risk-adjusted returns throughout various market cycles.

Our clients feel comfortable knowing we invest first in the products that we have created for them. This not only builds trust, it also shows we are together in a strategy that is based on breaking the traditional rules of investing to find the most rewarding solutions. 

Invest like us and we will all come out on top.

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Results build trust. Dominicé’s investment skills have been recognized internationally over the years, underlining the validity of our unique approach to investment management. Our awards speak for themselves.

EQDerivatives Awards


UCITS Volatility Manager of the Year -2018

Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Awards


2017 Best US Equities Fund Over 3 Years in Switzerland

EuroHedge Awards


Best Convertible and Volatility Fund, 2012


Best Convertibles and Volatility Fund - 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2020

HFM European Performance Awards


Market Neutral - 2012
Single Manager long term performance overall (3 years over $500M) - 2014
Relative value - 2016
Managed Futures (CTA) under $1bn - 2016
Managed futures (CTA) long term performance (5 years) under $1bn - 2016
Quantitative strategy under $1bn - 2017
Relative value - 2017
Market neutral - 2017
Managed futures (CTA) long-term performance (5 years) - under $1bn - 2019
Managed futures (CTA) long-term performance (5 years) - under $1bn - 2020
UCITS - Managed Futures - 2020



Investor Choice Awards


Market Neutral Fund of 2012

Market Neutral Fund, last 3 years


Volatility Fund of 2015
Volatility Fund of 2016

Managed Futures Pinnacle Awards


Best Defensive CTA - Single Sector - 2012
Greatest Returns, High Volatility - Single Sector - 2012
1-Year Best Single Sector CTA - 2013
5-Year Best Single Sector CTA - 2013


Best Risk Adjusted Returns - Single Sector - 2012
Best Single Sector CTA - 2014
3-Year Best Hybrid CTA - 2014
1-Year Best Single Sector CTA - 2015
5-Year Best Single Sector CTA - 2015

BANCO Awards


Best Single Hedge Fund Over 1 Year - 2012
Best Single Hedge Fund Over 5 Years - 2012


2015 Best CTA/Managed Futures Fund over 3 years
2016 Best CTA/Managed Futures Fund over 3 years
2017 Best CTA/Managed Futures Single Hedge Fund over 1 year
2017 Best CTA/Managed Futures Single Hedge Fund over 3 years
2018 Best CTA/Managed Futures Single Hedge Fund over 1 year
2018 Best CTA/Managed Futures Single Hedge Fund over 3 years

What’s up ?


Intrinsic value, Mystery Co. “owner earning” & dancing the “joropo” on the ceiling

Let me turn down the volume, take you off the dance floor, sober you up a bit and let’s define “intrinsic value” and how I calculate “intrinsic value”.  It is the measure of what an asset (a company, for instance) is worth. The measure is arrived at by means of an objective calculation, or sometimes a complex financial model, rather than using the current trading price thrown at you by Mr. Market. I myself take an average EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, also called gross operating cash flow) over the last 2 to 3 fiscal years. I include the current year and take out the maintenance CAPEX. The result is what I’d like to call “owner earning”.

Diego Reyes joins Dominicé's Real Estate Team

We are pleased to announce that Diego Reyes has joined Dominicé's Real Estate team as a senior fund manager.

Lessons in Physics, the Mexican Hat and the persistent ZIRC -  “I’m only human after all”

The Higgs Field is a scalar field exhibiting a potential energy at every point in space. Without that field particles would not have the mass required to attract one another, and would float around freely at light speed. Also, gravity as we know it would not work because mass sources would not be there to influence the path of other masses. The mechanism behind this, is called spontaneous symetry breaking and the potential function representing the Higgs Field has the shape of a Mexican hat. The instability of this geometry pushes the field down towards the trough of the hat and thus gives a particle its valuable mass.

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