KBI Global Investors (KBIGI) is an established multi strategy institutional asset management boutique based in Dublin, Ireland, currently managing assets for a variety of client types based in Europe, North America and Asia.
KBIGI is majority owned (87.5%) by Amundi Asset Management, the largest ... more
KBI Global Investors is an institutional asset
manager headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with sales
offices in Boston and New York.
We manage assets on behalf of clients based in the UK, Europe, Canada, US and
Asia. We have been managing assets, including
long only equity mandates for over 30 years (since
1980) and currently offer specialist equity strategies
to institutional investors on both a segregated and
pooled vehicles basis.
Our principal goals as an investment firm is to be first
to market with value-adding, unique investment
offerings. We believe investment strategies should
be differentiated and innovative, enabling investors
to generate consistent alpha with less risk.
To this end, we were the first manager to develop a
diversified (all industries and regions) global equity
strategy using a dividend based methodology. This
strategy outperformed the MSCI World Index with
great consistency since its 2003 launch. We
have taken the same methodology and applied it
to other regions achieving similar risk and return
In addition, we developed a suite of Natural Resource
Equity Strategies which launched in 2000 - these
strategies are designed to find the companies
that will benefit from the significant investment
in infrastructure and technology created by the
supply, demand and regulatory imbalances that are
prevalent for the essential resources of water, food
At KBI Global Investors, we have designed
the business around specialist investment teams.
This focus on specialisation is extremely important in
allowing us to generate excess return for our clients.
Each team is exclusively focused on understanding
the nuances of markets, themes, sectors and
companies specific to their strategy enabling them
to consistently gain insights that investors with a
broader focus may miss. Both strategies are designed to capture long term investment trends that we believe are relevant
for the foreseeable future.