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FNB Capital Asset Management Inc.

Address

1250 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest
Suite 4345
Montréal, QC H3B 4W8
(514) 448 - 4880
info@fnbcapital.ca
www.fnbcapital.ca

Principal Contacts

Michel Falk
President
Tel: (514) 448 - 4880
mfalk@fnbcapital.ca

Ralph Hartmann
Co-Founder
Tel: (514) 448 - 4880
rhartmann@fnbcapital.ca

Josée Béland
Senior Associate
Tel: (514) 448 - 4880
jbeland@fnbcapital.ca

Client Minimums

Has no minimum for private clients.

Institutional: $10,000,000

Types of Accounts Managed

  • Institutional Investor - Non-Profit
  • Institutional Investor - Other

Provinces of Business

  • Quebec*

* indicates a physical location in this province

FNB Capital Asset Management is an investment management firm founded in September 2014 by two industry veterans with close to 60 years of combined portfolio management experience. It differentiates itself by the exclusive use of exchange-traded funds to construct its portfolios in the belief that asset mix decisions play a much greater role than security selection in explaining the variability of investment returns over time.

FNB Capital Asset Management strives to maintain a consistent investment approach. The following core principles of our investment philosophy guide us:

  • Over the long term, most of a portfolio’s risk and return are explained by asset allocation, rather than security selection or market timing.

  • Diversification remains the key to building optimally structured portfolios. As long as different asset classes are not perfectly correlated, better risk-adjusted returns can be generated by constructing portfolios that combine these asset classes.

  • Diversification is further enhanced by looking beyond the traditional asset classes of stocks, bonds, and cash. The judicial use of ”alternatives” such as real estate, infrastructure, commodities, and hedge funds can significantly enhance the investment experience in a low interest rate, high volatility market environment.

  • Although short-term market movements remain inherently unpredictable, tactical asset allocation can add value over longer-term time horizons.