Diaman Awards

Generali Obligations Internationales was awarded as the Best Performing Fund in 2016 in the Fund of Fund Fixed Income category.

About Generali Investments

Generali Investments, the main asset manager of the Generali Group, offers a broad choice of personalised investment solutions for institutional and private clients, ranging from institutional mandates to mutual funds. With more than €455 billion of assets under management at the end of 2016 (source: Generali Investments Europe S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio), Generali Investments is one of the largest asset managers in Europe (sources: IPE, Generali Investments Europe S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio, December 2016). The company has developed proven expertise in multi-asset portfolio management, adopting a method based on research and a prudent risk approach to protect invested capital and deliver stable longterm yields. Generali Investments is a commercial brand of Generali Investments Europe S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio, an Italian asset management company with its registered office at 34132, Trieste, 4, via Machiavelli, Italy, registered at the Albo delle Società di Gestione del Risparmio in the UCITS Section, under no. 18 and in the AIF section, under no. 22 and subject to the direction and coordination of Generali Investments Holding S.p.A.

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