Euro Fixed Income (copy 1 TEST)
The sub-fund seeks to generate regular income through investments in the following securities: Debt instruments issued by governments, State agencies or supranational entities; Corporate debt instruments principally rated “Investment Grade” (the fund may opportunistically invest up to 30% in debt securities rated below “Investment Grade”); Convertible bonds and structured products (up to 10%); Money market funds (up to 20%). The Sub Fund may invest in securities such as bonds with fixed, variable, floating, step, indexed or zero coupon.
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A flexible and diversified portfolio management
A diversified fixed income fund, focusing on the Eurozone, that aims to deliver regular income across all segments of the fixed income market.
An active management
The fund is actively managed with the aim to optimise the portfolio’s risk/return profile. Our investment selection and allocation to various fixed income segments are undertaken after an in-depth analysis of the microeconomic and macroeconomic factors.
A risk management at the heart of our investment process
The fund focuses on minimising the average default risk by analysing the various risk factors inherent to bonds.
|Past performance should not be seen as an indication of future performance.|
- Counterparty Risk: Refers to the risk of counterparty default resulting in non-payment. The fund may be exposed to counterparty risk through the use of Over The Counter (OTC) derivatives entered into by mutual agreement with a credit institution.
- Liquidity Risk: Refers to the possibility that the fund may loose money or be prevented from earning capital gains if it cannot sell a security at the time and price that is most beneficial to the fund and may be unable to raise cash to meet redemption requests.
- Credit Risk: Refers to the likelihood of the fund lose money if an issuer is unable to meet its financial obligations, such as the payment of principal and/or interest on an instrument.
- Operational Risk: It refers to a failure or delay in the system, processes and controls of the fund or its service providers which could lead to losses for the fund.
- Market Risk: Refers to the possibility for an investor to experience losses due to the overall performance of the financial markets.
- Concentration Risk: Refers to the risk of significant losses if the fund holds a large position in a particular investment that declines in value or is otherwise adversely affected, including default of the issuer.
Before investing, they must be aware that certain markets may be subject to rapid fluctuations and are speculative or lacking in liquidity. Accordingly, certain assets or categories of assets listed in the present document may not be appropriate for investors. In certain cases, investments may even bear an indeterminate high risk of loss that exceeds the initial investment made. Investors are therefore urged to seek the advice of their financial advisor or intermediary in order to assess the particular nature of an investment and the risks involved and its compatibility with their individual investment profile and objectives.