Passion for Swiss equities
The “zCapital Swiss Dividend Fund” was selected as the best product in the “Switzerland Large-Cap Equity" category, and won the Morningstar Switzerland Fund Award 2019. The Morningstar Switzerland Awards recognise those funds which have delivered the greatest outperformance, on a risk-adjusted basis, in 2018, and over the longer term. In Switzerland, Morningstar only awarded a total of five category awards.
zCapital Swiss Dividend Fund was rated by Morningstar for the first time ever in November 2015. It earned the top score of five stars right from the start.
Morningstar rates investment funds that have a track record of at least three years. They are grouped into categories for comparison purposes and the top 10% of the funds in each category are awarded five stars and the following 22.5% four stars. Morningstar’s rating system is an objective mathematical evaluation of investment funds based on their past performance.
The Morningstar Analyst Rating is the summary expression of Morningstar's forward-looking analysis of a fund. Morningstar analysts assign the ratings on a five-tier scale with three positive ratings of Gold, Silver, and Bronze, a Neutral rating, and a Negative rating. If a fund receives a positive rating of Gold, Silver, or Bronze, it means Morningstar analysts think highly of the fund and expect it to outperform over a full market cycle of at least five years.
Citywire awards ratings to fund managers with the best risk-adjusted performance over a 3-year period. It tracks more than 15,000 active portfolio managers. Less than 25% of these professionals even qualify for one of Citywire’s ratings (AAA, AA, A or +), and only the top 10% of managers in this elite group gain the AAA rating.
zCapital was granted the "Best Fund Group Award 2017" and the "Best Fund Group Award 2018" in the category "Equity - Switzerland" at Citywire’s Switzerland Awards ceremonies. Citywire analyses 16,000 active fund managers and scores the best in their field with a rating. The Group Award considers all fund managers of a company in the respective category and evaluates the average risk-adjusted returns over a period of seven years.