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Carl Auffret

Carl Auffret

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About Carl Auffret

Carl Auffret, CFA, is a fund manager at DNCA Investments based in Paris. He joined the firm in 2012 and prior to this, he was a fund manager and analyst at CM CIC Asset Management. Carl deals in European equities, using a growth investment style. He graduated from the University of Paris IX Dauphine with a degree in Banking & Finance and outside of fund management he lists golf, tennis, rugby and the theatre among his interests.

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Citywire Rating: AAA rated

2015

  • JRated A in Jul 2015
  • ARated A in Aug 2015
  • SRated AA in Sep 2015
  • ORated AA in Oct 2015
  • NRated AA in Nov 2015
  • DRated AA in Dec 2015

2016

  • JRated AAA in Jan 2016
  • FRated AAA in Feb 2016
  • MRated AAA in Mar 2016
  • ARated AA in Apr 2016
  • MRated AA in May 2016
  • JRated AAA in Jun 2016
  • JRated AAA in Jul 2016
  • ARated AAA in Aug 2016
  • SRated AAA in Sep 2016
  • ORated AAA in Oct 2016
  • NRated AAA in Nov 2016
  • DRated AAA in Dec 2016

2017

  • JRated AAA in Jan 2017
  • FRated AAA in Feb 2017
  • MRated AAA in Mar 2017
  • ARated AAA in Apr 2017
  • MRated AAA in May 2017
  • JRated AAA in Jun 2017
  • JRated AAA in Jul 2017
  • ARated AAA in Aug 2017
  • SRated AAA in Sep 2017
  • ORated AAA in Oct 2017

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