The following risks may be materially relevant but may not always be adequately captured by the summary risk indicator and may cause additional loss: Concentration risk, Emerging market risk and Active management risk.

Golden age.

The silver economy, a golden opportunity.


This is a golden age for baby boomers and seniors. The generation of retirees is growing up to three times faster than other population cohorts, and seniors are often much wealthier than younger people.1

The rise of the “silver economy” offers businesses and investors the chance to tap into a long-lasting secular trend.

Golden Age

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The world is ageing; the “silver economy” is growing.


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Baby boomer brands
In our view, the number of baby boomers that have both time and money to spend will grow exponentially. On top of that, brand loyalty among baby boomers remains very high.
Pension providers
As governments can no longer provide for (all) pensions, we believe saving for your own pension becomes the norm.
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The combination of connected patients and digital tools should transform health care and will increase efficiency, while lowering costs.
Healthy Aging
Active lifestyle with a healthy diet and more self-care will become the standard. On top of that breakthrough treatments will cure more diseases and replace more broken body parts.

Why invest?

The rise of a “silver economy”.

In developed markets, the over 65 group is growing three times faster than younger generations. The US alone sees 10,000 baby boomers retire every single day.2 

Today’s baby boomers and seniors are often relatively well off, owning up to three-quarters of wealth in some developed countries.3 


Investing in long-term social change. 4 

  • The Sub-Fund aims to invest in companies globally that focus on innovation to address the needs of today’s retiree community, tapping into the potential for above-average organic revenue growth. 
  • The focus is on companies capable of generating sustainable and repeatable excess economic returns – and that the market is mispricing.
  • The team builds a high conviction portfolio of around 40-60 positions based on thorough bottom-up financial analysis. The team maintains privileged contacts with thought leaders in the field demographics which helps them keep a finger on the pulse of this theme.

Firms that effectively cater for this “silver” generation are likely to see their customer base expand each year.


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The strategy was accredited by the ‘Towards Sustainability’ quality standard in November 2020 / February 2021, in recognition of our robust sustainability framework, analysis and stewardship approach.

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Source: www.towardssustainability.be. The quality standard is developed on the initiative of Febelfin. Awards and ratings subject to change without notice. The Central Labelling Agency (CLA) assumes no responsibility and shall not be liable for the noncompliance with applicable rules and regulations regarding, among others but not limited to, the marketing of financial instruments by a product provider, a financial institution or any other market participant or party who uses the ‘Towards Sustainability’ label.

Investment team.

Henk Grootveld Henk Grootveld
Lead Portfolio Manager, 
Health Trends

Jerome Berton
Investment Team



Christian Vondenbusch
Investment Team


Investment philosophy.


At Lombard Odier Investment Managers, we believe sustainability will drive future return potential 5


We adopt a three-pillar approach to finding sustainable businesses, looking for those with sustainable financial models, sustainable business practices and sustainable business models. 


Financial models 
We look to identify excess economic returns, focusing on companies with capital efficiency, cash generation and limited dependency on external capital.

2 Business practices 
The team also considers extra-financial information (Environmental, Social and Governance criteria) aimed at avoiding the worst corporate practices and controversies which can be damaging both to society and to investment returns. 
3 Business model 
We tap into one of the biggest structural mega-trends of our times: ageing demographics. We believe that finding business models that we consider truly innovative is key to identifying companies with staying power through eco¬nomic cycles. 

The end result 

The result is a high conviction portfolio of 50-70 stocks that seeks to invest in sustainable companies that have the potential to offer above-market growth and returns at attractive valuations – businesses that help today’s retirees lead longer, healthier, financially secure and fulfilling lives.

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1 Source: Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat; ECB Statistics Paper Series No 2, April 2013, US Census Bureau 1983-2013.
2 Sources: Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat; Office for National Statistics 2015; US Census Bureau. 
3 Source: ECB Statistics Paper Series No 2, April 2013; US Census Bureau; Financial Times. Active seniors’ boost demand in Japan, 3 September 2012. 
4 Note: There can be no assurance that the Sub-fund’s investment objective will be achieved or that there will be a return on capital.
5 There is no guarantee that the investment objective will be achieved or that there will be a return on capital. Holdings/allocations are subject to change. Past performance and forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future returns of the Sub-Fund.


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Lombard Odier Funds (hereinafter the “Fund”) is a Luxembourg investment company with variable capital (SICAV). The Fund is authorised and regulated by the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority of the Financial Sector (CSSF) as an Undertaking for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities UCITS under Part I of the Luxembourg law of the 17 December 2010 implementing the European directive 2009/65/EC, as amended (“UCITS Directive”). The Management Company of the Fund is Lombard Odier Funds (Europe) S.A. (hereinafter the “Management Company”), a Luxembourg based public limited company (SA), having its registered office at 291, route d’Arlon, 1150 Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, authorised and regulated by the CSSF as a Management Company within the meaning of EU Directive 2009/65/EC, as amended. This marketing document relates to “Golden Age”, a Sub-Fund of Lombard Odier Funds (herein-after the “Sub-Fund”).

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France – Centralising agent: CACEIS Bank. 

Germany – German Information and Paying agent: DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale.

Italy – Paying agents: Société Générale Securities Services S.p.A., State Street Bank International GmbH – Succursale Italia, Banca Sella Holding S.p.A., Allfunds Bank S.A.U., Milan Branch, BNP Paribas Securities Services, CACEIS Bank Italy Branch.

Liechtenstein – Paying agent: LGT Bank AG. 

Luxembourg – Depositary, central administration agent, registrar, transfer Agent, paying agent and listing agent: CACEIS Bank, Luxembourg Branch.

Netherlands – Paying agent: Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) Ltd, Netherlands Branch.

Spain – Paying agent: Allfunds Bank S.A.U. – CNMV Number: 498. 

Sweden – Paying agent: Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ).

Switzerland – The Sub-Fund is registered with the Swiss Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). The Offering Documents together with the other Shareholders’ information are available free of charge at the Swiss Representative: Lombard Odier Asset Management (Switzerland) S.A., 6, avenue des Morgines, 1213 Petit-Lancy, Switzerland. Swiss Paying Agent: Banque Lombard Odier & Co Ltd 11, rue de la Corraterie 1204 Genève, Switzerland. Publications about the Sub-Fund: www.fundinfo.com. The issue and redemption prices and / or the net asset value (with the mention “excluding commissions”) of the Share classes distributed in Switzerland: www.swissfunddata.ch and www.fundinfo.com. Bank Lombard Odier & Co Ltd is a bank and securities dealer authorised and regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).

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Chile – The Sub-Fund has been approved by the Comision Clasificadora de Riesgo (CCR) in Chile for distribution to Chilean Pension Funds under Agreement Nr 32 of the CCR.

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