TKB Investment Partners – one of the largest non-State asset management company in Russia
Highest security rating from Rating Agency RAEX («Expert RA»)
6.7 bln USD
Assets under management
Position in the ranking of the Expert RA
in terms of assets under management
TKB Investment Partners (JSC) is the largest non-State asset management company in Russia with USD 6.7 billion of assets under management and advisory (as of 31.10.2021) and the highest reliability rating from the leading Russian Rating Agency RAEX («Expert RA»).
- Investment solutions
Actively managed portfolios can significantly outperform the market. Our investment team, which is one of the largest and most experienced in Russia, specialises in equity portfolio management, fixed income, balanced strategies and capital protection strategies.
Our investment strategies are tailor-made to meet our clients’ needs. Among our Russian and international clients are large non-state pension funds, insurance companies, non-profit organisations and private investors.
TKB Investment Partners (JSC) is the largest non-State asset management company in Russia. With USD 6.7 billion assets under management as at the end of October 2021, the company has offices in Moscow and St. Petersburg and is one of the largest managers in the world of long-only Russian investments for external clients, including some of the world’s largest pension funds, insurance companies, financial institutions, fund-of-funds and wealth managers.
With deep experience across all market capitalisations in listed securities, the autonomous full coverage buy-side team uses a proprietary investment process designed to deliver long term alpha in strategies including absolute return, high conviction and core equity products. Thorough research is performed throughout Russia, the Ukraine and Central Asia to identify best-in-breed companies, including direct site visits and regular meetings with senior executive management.
Products and strategies only where we have demonstrated expertise
Deep knowledge of the market with all investment professionals resident in Russia
Tailored strategies, responsive and fast servicing
Risk management an integral part of the investment process
Highest security rating from Rating Agency RAEX («Expert RA»): A++, Rating outlook — "stable".
Management of a diversified retail fund range
Seven open-ended mutual funds sold across Russia via extensive network of bank distributors
Asset classes include high conviction equity, balanced, fixed income and a fund of funds.
Management of Russian pension savings and reserves since 2003
Extensive client list across public and non-public sectors
Proprietary risk-budget approach to provide absolute return and conservative balanced strategies.
Dedicated institutional client products
Asset classes include listed securities, venture capital, private equity and real estate.
Russian, Emerging Europe and BRIC equity funds domiciled in Europe and Asia
Exclusive investment advisor to BNP Paribas Asset Management for all Russian asset classes.
- Market Pulse
Russian Equities Weekly November 29 – December 3, 2021: In anticipation of easing geopolitical tensions
Russian equity market dynamics Last week, the Russian equity market outperformed the broader emerging markets (EM) index by 3.7%. This was due to both Russia-specific factors and the different sectoral structures of the two indices. Russia-specific factors: Positive investor sentiment increased on talks that a second Putin-Biden summit may be held before year-end. It is expected that the meeting could reduce the current geopolitical tensions Sector-specific factor: An additional positive effect came from Russia’s overweight in the energy sector, which rose by 4% in the EM index, and underweight in the consumer discretionary sector, which dropped by almost 6%.06.12.2021
- Market Pulse
Russian Equities Weekly November 22–26, 2021: Still under pressure from geopolitical concerns and lower oil prices
Russian equity market dynamics Last week, the Russian equity market underperformed the broader emerging markets (EM) index by 4%. This was due to both Russia-specific factors and the different sectoral structures of the two indices: Russia-specific factors: Political tensions between Russia and Ukraine continued to put pressure on the Russian equity market. The risk of military escalation as well as the risk of material sanctions is low, in our view. For more details read our recent flashnote Sector-specific factor: An additional negative effect came from Russia’s overweight in the energy sector as oil prices declined by almost 10%. Week30.11.2021