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Robo Cap is a thematic equity fund focusing on Robotics and Automation listed stocks. This fast-growing theme includes general automation, industrial robotics, healthcare robotics, 3D printing, drones, autonomous vehicles, key components, enabling software and artificial intelligence. A key aspect of the strategy is that we aim to primarily invest into 'pure-play' stocks which have at least 40% of sales coming from Robotics and Automation related end markets. The portfolio aims to hold 22-30 positions out of a target universe of 150 stocks. The investment selection is based on fundamental proprietary analysis in cooperation with leading robotics experts. The Sub-Investment Manager will assess the strength of management and business models of robotic and automation companies by analysing the following factors; quality of the management team, consideration of the management's track record and past experience, assessing the valuation of the company, together with in-house market research of the products and services including testing and comparing the products and services and assessing the potential target market for such products and services. The investment objective of the Sub-Fund is to seek long term capital appreciation by investing in companies in the robotics and automation sectors.