!css

Moorea Fund - Sterling Bond Fund Strategy

Moorea Fund - Sterling Bond Fund Strategy aims to deliver regular income by investing in sterling denominated fixed income, primarily UK investment grade securities.

In a low interest rate environment, the Fund may constitute an attractive solution for diversification purposes.

Key features

A fund that invests in sterling denominated corporate and government bonds that are primarily investment grade (BBB and above).

The Fund is benchmarked against Merrill Lynch Sterling Broad Market 1- 10 year Index. The sub-fund may invest opportunistically in non benchmark securities up to 10%.

Consistency of income
Portfolio managers aim to generate a stable level of income, while limiting downside risk.

Prospectus
Prospectus
Annual report
Annual report
Semi-annual report
Semi-annual report
Semi-annual report CH (FR)
Semi-annual report CH (FR)
Share class
CategoryFixed Income
Risk profile3
Recommended investment period3 years
Isin CodeLU0844169838
Investor profileRetail
CurrencyGBP
Dividend policyDistribution
Net Asset Value frequencyDaily
Initial Net Asset Value100 GBP
Net Asset Value date20/02/2024
Net Asset Value81.20
Monthly report
KIID
enenN/A
Tax publication
CategoryFixed Income
Risk profile3
Recommended investment period3 years
Isin CodeLU0859659723
Investor profileKleinwort Hambros clients
CurrencyGBP
Dividend policyDistribution
Net Asset Value frequencyDaily
Initial Net Asset Value100 GBP
Net Asset Value date20/02/2024
Net Asset Value84.36
KIID
enenN/A
Tax publication

Performances

The investment strategy of the fund has been modified in February 2020.

Performance scenarios

Performance scenarios

Data as of 01/02/2024

Hypothetical 10000 GBP investment

Scenarios1 year5 years *
Stress
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 6,540.263GBP 7,092.112
Average return each year (%)-34.6%-10.82%
Unfavorable
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 7,991.059GBP 8,230.513
Average return each year (%)-20.09%-628.5%
Moderate
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 9,670.296GBP 10,205.025
Average return each year (%)-3.3%0.68%
Favorable
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 10,297.561GBP 10,720.650
Average return each year (%)2.98%2.35%

*Recommanded holding period

Download

From
To

Performance scenarios

Data as of 01/02/2024

Hypothetical 10000 GBP investment

Scenarios1 year5 years *
Stress
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 6,600.862GBP 7,127.815
Average return each year (%)-33.99%-10.67%
Unfavorable
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 8,031.534GBP 8,356.027
Average return each year (%)-19.68%-581.11%
Moderate
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 9,719.089GBP 10,360.180
Average return each year (%)-2.81%1.19%
Favorable
What you might get back after costs (GBP)GBP 10,349.100GBP 10,883.245
Average return each year (%)3.49%2.86%

*Recommanded holding period

Download

From
To

Associated risks

  • Investments may be subject to market fluctuations and the price and value of investments and the income derived from them can go down as well as up. Your capital may be at risk and you may not get back the amount you invest.
  • Counterparty Risk: A counterparty to a transaction entered into by the Fund might default. This might affect the performance of the Fund adversely.
  • Liquidity Risk: The markets in which the Fund invests might become less liquid meaning that the Fund is unable to deal at the most beneficial time and price.
  • Credit risk :The issuer of a security in which the Fund has invested is unable to meet payments of principal or interest resulting in a loss for the Fund.
  • Operational Risk: The Fund or its service providers experiences a failure in its processes leading to a loss 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.
  • Exchange Risk : Refers to the risk of movements in currency exchange rates that can adversely affect the return of your investment.

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.