Our Swiss Real Estate Fund invests in residential and mixed-use properties as well as new building projects in the Lake Geneva, Fribourg, Bern, and Basel regions. These regions offer promising economic and demographic trends for long-term capital appreciation.
From a microeconomic perspective, our focus is on properties in the low and moderate rent range with upward rental-income potential.
The fund is managed proactively through:
Energy-efficiency enhancements are considered for each renovation project.
Income and capital gains from directly held property are not taxable for Swiss residents. Dividends are exempt from withholding tax.
The fund offers the significant upside potential to investors with a long-term horizon.
Swiss real estate funds holding their real estate properties directly are subject to income and capital gain taxation. Swiss investors (eg. investors taxable in Switzerland) in the fund therefore have no direct taxation: dividend distributions deriving from profits made on directly hold real estate investments are not subject to income taxes.
Over 74% of the fund’s assets are invested in the Lake Geneva region, which enjoys high demand and a low vacancy rate. Over 60% of the fund’s holdings are invested in small sized-apartments (two or three-room apartments), meaning the portfolio structure is in line with the main Swiss demographic trends.
Patrimonium Swiss Real Estate Fund
A minimum of 70% of yearly net profit is distributed
Residential real estate
20 November 2007
Swiss real estate fund open to the public
Patrimonium Asset Management AG
Wuest Partner AG, Zurich
KPMG AG, Zurich
GAM Investment Management AG, Zurich
Banque Cantonale Vaudoise
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|Total assets (CHF m)||912||801|
|Net assets (CHF m)||657||548|
|No. of shares||4,871,746||4,122,248|
|NAV per share (CHF) 1||131.19||129.62|
|Share price premium||13.82%||13.89%|
|Rental income (CHF m)||41.7||39.6|
|Loss on rental income||4.84%||5.37%|
|1 After distribution|| || |
We publish an audited annual report at the end of our fiscal year, as well as an unaudited interim report six months later.