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New Alpha's incubator invests in Gaspal Gestion

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York for New Managers:

Emergence, the asset management incubator backed by New Alpha has invested in Paris-based investment manager Gaspal Gestion.

Gaspal Gestion is the second investment to come from the Emergence European equities sub-fund launched in June 2017 and currently closed to new investments. Emergence contributed €50 million to Gaspal Gestion's European equities fund, which aims to generate alpha based on the growth of dividends paid out by the companies selected for their quality.

The strategy favours the sustainability and growth of dividends rather than a high yield, meaning the companies selected have a strong business model and quality management teams. Gaspal's portfolio management team actively manages the portfolio which is divided in three segments: 'high dividend', 'dividend with strong growth' and 'dividend with strong potential growth'.

"The contribution from Emergence enables us to near the €100 million threshold and to strengthen its visibility among institutional investors," said Christian Ginolhac, Chairman of Gaspal Gestion. "This seal of quality will accelerate our growth in France and provide a powerful tool for initiating our international development."

The partnership between Emergence, NewAlpha and Gaspal Gestion allows clients of the Emergence SICAV to gain exposure to the fund's per......................

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