Thematic Opportunities

Investing in pure-play growth themes

Why invest in Thematic Opportunities?

Our Thematic Equity strategies: Security and Safety, Robotics and Automation, Digital Health, Edutainment and Education Technology, Environmental Impact, and Infrastructure, are built around the belief that long-term structural forces of change are creating the potential for returns that other investment approaches might overlook. These strategies focus on the large universe of exciting pure-play small- and mid-cap companies offering products and services that are disrupting markets and challenging legacy incumbents.

We seek to capitalize on their innovative solutions while reducing beta by creating a single fund that makes direct investments in stocks from across our all our Thematic Equity strategies.

Why now?

The Credit Suisse (Lux) Thematic Opportunities Equity Fund is a broad-based and diverse solution with significant growth potential. It satisfies the ESG1 criteria set out under the Credit Suisse Sustainable Investing Framework. Active and disciplined portfolio management chart a course through a dynamically changing investment world evolving under the influence of factors like digitalization, globalization, and demographic shifts. The fund’s “big picture” approach seeks to generate distinguishing risk-adjusted returns by investing in companies poised to excel in this transforming landscape.

1 The abbreviation ESG stands for environmental (E), social (S), and governance (G). More information available at For further information about the ESG investment criteria, please visit

Investment solution

Credit Suisse (Lux) Thematic Opportunities Equity Fund


  • Equity markets can be volatile, especially in the short term.
  • Investors may lose part or all of the invested amount.
  • A focus on specific themes can lead to significant sector, country, and regional exposures.
  • A slowdown in the world economy could impact the growth outlook for our themes.
  • Exposure to small and mid caps can result in higher short-term volatility and may also carry greater liquidity risk.
  • The funds may be affected by greater political and economic risks due to their exposure to emerging markets.
  • In cases of significant inflows or outflows, there may be a disparity in the value date between stocks from different countries, which can result in unintended short-term currency exposures.

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