About Us

Artesanal Investimentos began its activities in 2008, aimed at managing equity, fixed income and derivatives portfolios through the consolidated and solid knowledge of its partners, which have over 20 years of experience in the financial market.

Within its mission of managing independent resources, Artesanal’s key focus is to meet its investors’ need in a customized way, investing mainly in markets that offer the greatest return potential.

Artesanal

Multimarket Investment Funds

Private Credit

8.0 Billion

Under Management

QG2-

Rating

+45 thousand

shareholders

+15

years of history

Awarded Funds

23

Open and Exclusive Funds

Consistent Results

26

FIDCs

Active Management

+923 thousand

Withdrawals

R$ +25 Billions

Originated

Our Funds

Artesanal FI Renda Fixa (Fixed Income)

The fund’s objective is to invest in fixed income assets or similar strategies available in the market, linked to the variation of fixed or floating interest rates and/or price indexes.

Artesanal FIC FIM

The fund’s objective is to obtain medium and long-term yields above the CDI Over, through active management and by exploring transactional opportunities in the financial market, such as arbitrage with shares, Futures and ETFs, Long&Short, Financing with Options, among other strategies.

Artesanal CP 30 FIC FIM

The Fund invests 60% of its resources in a diversified portfolio, comprising directly or indirectly of different Senior and Mezzanine shares in FIDCs speciffically for the credit market and another 40% of the portfolio, the fund invests indirectly in public securities, seeking a return greater than 100% of CDI Over.

Artesanal CP FIC FIM

The fund’s objective is to invest in a diversified portfolio, comprising directly or indirectly of different Senior and Mezzanine shares in FIDCs specifically for the credit market, seeking a return greater than 100% of the CDI Over.

Arpoador FIC FIM CP

The fund’s objective is to invest in a diversified portfolio, comprising directly or indirectly of different subordinated shares in FIDCs specifically for the credit market, seeking a return greater than 100% of the CDI Over.