DOMINICE AT THE GLOBAL VOLATILITY SUMMIT IN NEW YORK
Dominicé shares its views on volatility at the 9th Global Volatility Summit in New York on March 14th 2018.
DOMINICE AT THE EQDERIVATIVE AWARDS
Dominicé has won the 2018 EQDerivatives “UCITS Volatility Manager of the Year” Award at a gala ceremony at the Yale Club in New York City.
DOMINICÉ AT IMMO’18: THE SWISS REAL ESTATE FORUM
Dominicé was pleased to participate among the leading Swiss Real Estate Managers at the sixth edition of Immo’18 in Zurich.
ANNUAL MACROECONOMIC AND VOLATILITY STRATEGY REVIEW
Dominicé was pleased to welcome over 100 investors at its Annual Volatility Strategy Lunch Presentation.
PARTY TIME: SWISS EQUITY DISCOVERY FUND 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
A memorable celebration was held for the 10th anniversary of the Swiss Equity Discovery Fund, attended by Fund Investors, Swiss Company Representatives, the Fund Management Company, the Custodian and many others who have been involved in the Fund.
TOWARDS ZERO INTEREST RATE CAPITALISM
In this AMI Stonepage article read about Michel Dominicé’s outlook concerning the future of the Swiss real estate market within a zero interest rate environment.
DOMINICE AT THE GLOBAL VOLATILITY SUMMIT IN TOKYO
Dominicé was pleased to participate among the leading volatility managers at the Global Volatility Summit in Tokyo on November 7th 2017
DOMINICE AT THE VOLATILITY AND TAIL RISK EDUCATIONAL BREAKFAST IN ZURICH
We were pleased to participate at the Zurich Volatility and Tail Risk Educational Breakfast on November 2nd, 2017.
DOMINICE'S VOLATILITY STRATEGY NOMINATED FOR BANCO AWARDS 2017
We are pleased to announce that Dominicé’s Volatility Strategy was nominated for the Banco Awards 2017 in the categories Best Single Hedge Fund Over 1 year and Best Single Hedge Fund Over 3 years.
INVESTING IN AN INFLATIONARY ENVIRONMENT
While inflation was at record levels in all the major currencies during the 1970s, peaking at 12% in Switzerland in 1973, it has declined sharply since then. So much so that in the recent years Central Banks have been worried about both - deflationary threats as well as inflation.