Europe/Vienna – 02:51

Vienna, 16. February 2023

ARTS Asset Management awarded fund boutique of the year
  • • ARTS Asset Management awarded by Finanzen Verlag as fund boutique of the year 2023
  • • Golden Bull honored on the occasion of the company's 20th anniversary
  • • ARTS funds received top marks in their category

ARTS Asset Management ("ARTS") is awarded as fund boutique of the year by Finanzen Verlag at the Golden Bull award ceremony. In the process, ARTS emerges as the winner due to the best average score of all products.

This year, the Golden Bull is awarded for the 29th time in 13 categories and honors outstanding performance in the respective category. To be ranked in the "Best Fund Boutique" category, a company must have 10 to 30 funds for private investors licensed for public distribution in Germany. Finanzen Verlag, along with its cooperation partners Mountain View and FondsConsult, determines the average score of all products, the so-called €uro FondsNote. The official award ceremony will take place in Munich at the end of March.

"We are particularly pleased that we have been honored as fund boutique of the year precisely in the year of our 20th anniversary. This award underlines the success of our rule-based trading approach over a period marked by a wide variety of events or ups and downs on the stock markets and represents continuous asset accumulation. Long-term risk-adjusted returns are what investors are looking for and appreciate in our active but systematic approach", Leo Willert, Founder and Head of Trading at ARTS Asset Management, explains the award

ARTS Asset Management, a company of CQ Investment Group, was founded in 2003 and specializes in the management of quantitative total return strategies. Based on a proprietary trading system, all investment decisions are made using complex mathematical algorithms and therefore independent of human emotions, such as fear or greed. Investments are made systematically, according to technical or quantitative criteria, in those industries or sectors that show a positive trend behavior in the short to medium term. With its mixed funds, ARTS is one of the pioneers of trend following. The ARTS product range now comprises 13 flexibly managed funds and has received a total of more than 350 awards and distinctions from renowned addresses in recent years.

Marketing Notice. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Every capital investment involves risk. Prices can rise as well as fall. Issue and redemption fees are not included in the calculation of performance results. Calculation source: Cyberfinancials Datenkommunikation GmbH. The performance was calculated using the OeKB/BVI method. For an investment amount of 1.000,- EUR the investor has to pay an issue surcharge of max. 50,- EUR, which reduces the performance of his investment accordingly. Possibly accruing redemption, transaction and custody costs & taxes additionally reduce the investor's return.
This marketing communication is for non-binding information purposes only and does not constitute an offer or invitation to buy or sell fund units, nor should it be regarded as an invitation to submit an offer to conclude a contract for an investment service or ancillary service. This document cannot replace advice from your personal investment advisor. The basis for the purchase of investment units is the current sales prospectus, the Key Investor Information Document (KID) as well as the annual report and, if older than eight months, the semi-annual report. These documents are available to interested parties at the investment company Ampega Investment GmbH, Charles-de-Gaulle-Platz 1, D-50679 Cologne and at the investment company HANSAINVEST, Hanseatische InvestmentGmbH, Kapstadtring 8, D-22297 Hamburg and at ARTS Asset Management GmbH, Schottenfeldgasse 20, A-1070 Vienna, as well as at the registered office of the paying and information agent in Germany, Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe Privatbank AG, Kaiserstraße 24, D-60311 Frankfurt am Main, and on the Internet at www.,, and free of charge in German. An investment in investment funds is subject to general economic risks and fluctuations in value, which may lead to losses - up to and including total loss of the capital invested. Express reference is made to the detailed risk information in the sales prospectus. Trends can change and result in negative return developments. A trend-following trading system may overweight or underweight trends. Information on ranges for standard market fees of investment firms is published in a publication of the Financial Market Authority (FMA) on

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