Flossbach von Storch - Global Emerging Markets Equities ET

Flossbach von Storch - Global Emerging Markets Equities is a globally-diversified equity fund with an active investment approach. It concentrates on fast-growing, high-quality companies from emerging markets as well as first-class companies from industrialised economies that generate a significant portion of their revenue in emerging markets. When selecting individual stocks, the sustainability of the business model, the competitive advantages, the quality of the management, as well as a high level of sales visibility and stable profits margins are decisive. In addition, factors such as institutional framework conditions, monetary and fiscal policies, the rate of inflation and exchange rate movements of the particular country all have an influence on the evaluation process. The aim is to generate a sustainable positive return. There are no fundamental restrictions on the size of the companies. Sufficient market liquidity is required. The sub-fund is actively managed. The fund manager determines, regularly reviews and, if necessary, adjusts the composition of the portfolio exclusively in accordance with the criteria specified in the investment policy. The performance of the sub-fund is compared against the index as reference. The fund manager is not bound at any time to the index in his investment decision and portfolio composition. Therefore, the performance of the sub-fund may differ significantly from the indicated reference index.


WKN:A2QQ1A
ISIN:LU2312729929
Authorised for distribution:AT, CH, DE, ES, IT, LI, LU
Fund type / legal structure:UCITS / FCP
Domicile:Luxemburg
Fund currency:EUR
Launch date:15 March 2021
Financial year end:30 September
Income utilisation:Accumulating
Management company:Flossbach von Storch Invest S.A.
Custodian bank / Paying agent:DZ PRIVATBANK S.A.
Manager:Flossbach von Storch AG
Data from:20 April 2021
Fund assets:246,003,117.83 EUR
NIW:98.87 EUR
Redemption price:98.87 EUR
Issue price*:99.86 EUR
Ongoing charges:2.13%
which includes a management fee of:1.93%
Performance fee:
Issue surcharge:up to 1.00%

* incl. max. issue surcharge 1.00%

Source: Custodian bank / Paying agent

In accordance with regulatory requirements, we are not permitted to provide performance figures for this fund, as it has been active for less than a year.

Historic Prices

As atShare class currencyIssue priceRedemption priceNAV
EUR100.00
EUR101.47100.47100.47
EUR101.64100.63100.63
EUR101.81100.80100.80
EUR100.5499.5499.54
EUR100.0299.0399.03
EUR99.9798.9898.98
EUR99.1098.1298.12
EUR97.4896.5196.51
EUR98.8297.8497.84
EUR99.2398.2598.25
EUR99.6798.6898.68
EUR99.6798.6898.68
EUR101.55100.54100.54
EUR102.15101.14101.14
EUR101.68100.67100.67
EUR101.55100.54100.54
EUR101.79100.78100.78
EUR100.9999.9999.99
EUR100.4099.4199.41
EUR100.8999.8999.89
EUR100.5999.5999.59
EUR101.39100.39100.39
EUR101.01100.01100.01
EUR99.8698.8798.87

Opportunities

  • These funds aim to exploit growth opportunities on global equity markets.
  • Investing in assets denominated in a foreign currency can have a positive impact on unit values as a result of exchange rate movements.
  • Derivatives can be used to increase potential yields.

Risks

  • Equity markets and thus also unit values can experience severe fluctuations in response to market developments. The result can be a fall in the trading price.
  • Investing in assets denominated in a foreign currency can have a negative impact on unit values as a result of exchange rate movements.
  • Where used, derivatives can have a greater negative impact on the fund value than would be the case if the assets were acquired directly. This can affect the fund’s risk profile and volatility (tendency for the price to fluctuate).
  • Investments in emerging markets – in addition to the specific risks of the asset class itself – are particularly exposed to liquidity risk and general market risk.
  • In emerging markets the legal and regulatory environment as well as accounting, auditing and reporting standards may also vary considerably from the levels and standards that are otherwise common internationally.
  • Higher custody risk.
  • There is a risk from the possible investment in Chinese A-Shares, including possible additional clearing and settlement risks, as well as legal, operational, and risks in the form of limitations to investment opportunities.