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Peter Saacke

Artemis Fund Managers Limited
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FE Trustnet verdict
Overall, performing better than the peer group composite. Over a long track record, the manager has, period by period, consistently managed to outperform the peer group. Stockpicking has not really benefited results, which have not been particularly exposed to falling markets.
Manager profile
Peter joined Artemis in December 2002 from Merrill Lynch, where he worked as pan-European equity strategist and quantitative economist from 1999. Peter holds a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Oxford, an MA in Economics from Freiburg University and a PhD in Economics from Hamburg University. In 1998 he became a visiting researcher at the European University Institute in Florence. Peter is a CFA charterholder. He has managed the Artemis European Growth Fund with Philip Wolstencroft since December 2002 and took over the management of the Artemis Global Growth Fund in January 2004.
Total return for Peter Saacke
Rolling Alpha Quartile: Discrete three year periods
Rolling Alpha Quartile shows a manager's alpha score in quartile terms, plotting his or her risk adjusted performance against all other managers in the UT & OEICs universe. The best managers are those who are consistently ranked in the first or second quartile.
Quartile 1
Quartile 2
Quartile 3
Quartile 4
Discrete calendar year performance : Peter Saacke

Manager career performance
Discrete performance
  0-12m 12-24m 24-36m 36-48m 48-60m 60-72m 72-84m 84-96m 96-108m 108-120m
Peter Saacke 4.3 7.4 24.3 8.3 2.4 12.2 1.1 -36.6 27.8 18.2
Peer Group Composite 2.1 1.7 20.4 3.9 -2.6 11.7 23.2 -25.6 13.2 17.2
Over / Under 2.2 5.7 3.9 4.4 5.0 0.5 -22.1 -11.0 14.6 1.0
Performance vs peer group composite: Peter Saacke
How a manager matches up against his peers gives you some idea of how talented he is. Very few managers perform equally well in rising and falling markets, so knowing which type of market a manager is capable of performing well within is also important.
Overall markets
Outperformed peer group composite
8 years
out of a possible 10
Overall markets
Underperformed peer group composite
2 years
out of a possible 10
Rising markets
Outperformed peer group composite
7 years
out of a possible 8
Falling markets
Outperformed peer group composite
1 year
out of a possible 2
Funds currently managed
Fund Sole/Co-managed Sector Periods
Artemis European Growth Co-managed IA Europe Excluding UK since Dec 01 2002 to present
Artemis Global Growth Lead manager IA Global since Jan 01 2004 to present
Artemis Institutional Global Capital Lead manager IA Global since Jul 31 2006 to present
Artemis Global Emerging Markets Co-managed IA Global Emerging Markets since Apr 08 2015 to present
Funds managed previously
Fund Periods
Artemis Global Hedge since Jul 01 2006 to fund close
Artemis Global Equity since Dec 11 2006 to fund close
Artemis Pan European Equity since Dec 12 2006 to fund close
Data provided by FE. Care has been taken to ensure that the information is correct, but FE neither warrants, represents nor guarantees the contents of information, nor does it accept any responsibility for errors, inaccuracies, omissions or any inconsistencies herein. Past performance does not predict future performance, it should not be the main or sole reason for making an investment decision. The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise.