Well-known globally and financially solid, large companies are often part of the large stock market indices. As they grow, investing in these companies can be a good way to add value to your savings.
Your objectives by investing in major groups
By selecting our equity funds targeting large companies, you can:
- Benefit from the growth potential of companies that are leaders in their field and have a strong international presence
- Aim for potentially significant growth in the value of your portfolio over the long term
- Achieve a balanced allocation of your portfolio across different business sectors.
Our strategies for investing in large companies in global economies
We offer you several funds to invest in different geographical areas: Major developed markets, major emerging markets, and a global approach (worldwide). That means you can choose either the geographical region you prefer or a truly global approach.
Choosing the geographical area to invest in:
Focus on Europe
As a powerful engine of one of the leading developed markets, large European companies are active in global growth markets: Today, they account for nearly half of their earnings outside Europe, particularly in emerging markets. They take advantage of these sources of growth and thus maintain their dynamism.
BNP Paribas Europe Multi-Factor Equity: This fund is invested in the shares of large European companies. The portfolio is constructed using a quantitative approach which involves selecting each security according to four criteria: stock valuation level, company profitability, observed risk level and recent stock performance. The fund is diversified and has been designed to achieve an attractive risk/return profile.
Investing in US equities
Investing in large US companies gives you exposure to an economy that is currently growing at one of the highest levels among developed countries.
BNP Paribas US Multi Factor Equity: This fund invests in US company shares. The portfolio is constructed using a quantitative approach that involves selecting each security according to four criteria: stock valuation level, company profitability, observed risk level and recent stock performance. The fund is diversified and has been designed to achieve an attractive risk/return profile.
Investing in emerging market equities
Investing in today’s emerging markets can enable you to benefit from the strong potential of these countries, many of which have young populations and fast-growing middle classes generating high consumption levels. Our managers select the countries that are the most solid in financial terms and choose the stocks of leading companies in their sector to generate what they believe will be the best possible performance.
BNPP Paribas Emerging Equity: This fund invests in equities from emerging markets and can enable you to benefit from the relatively high growth of these countries and local companies there. The fund’s composition is focused on high-quality companies with diversified business models, attractive growth potential and high liquidity. Stocks are chosen after thorough analysis, which includes comparison with local and global competitors.
Investing in technological innovation
Advances in several new technologies, such as cloud computing, robotics, automation, connected objects, and artificial intelligence, are creating completely unprecedented business models. The impact of these disruptive technologies affects not only the technology sector, but also many others, such as industry, financial services, healthcare, consumption and energy. These new technologies enable companies to be more efficient and offer new products and services.
BNP Paribas Disruptive Technology: This fund invests in the shares of international companies at the forefront of technological innovation. These disruptive technologies are turning traditional business models upside down and profoundly altering how firms work, which offers real investment opportunities.
The aforementioned funds are sub-funds of BNP Paribas Funds sicav under Luxembourg law in accordance with Directive 2009/65/EC Investments made in the funds are subject to market fluctuations and the risks inherent in investments in transferable securities. The value of investments and the income they generate may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the full amount invested. The funds described present a risk of capital loss. For a more complete definition and description of risks, please refer to the prospectus and fund KIID. Before subscribing, you must read the latest version of the prospectus and KIID, which are available free of charge on our website.