Flossbach von Storch - Dividend - RT

Flossbach von Storch - Dividend is a globally diversified equity fund with an active investment approach. The focus is on first-class companies with an attractive dividend profile. What is important here is not only the dividend yield, but above all dividend security and dividend growth potential. When selecting individual securities, the fund management relies on in-house analytical tools and valuation models. Furthermore, the investment strategy includes ESG integration, engagement and voting. In addition, exclusion criteria defined as part of the Sub-Fund's investment policy are taken into account. At least 75 per cent of the Fund's assets are invested directly in equities. In addition, the Fund may invest in share certificates and share index certificates as well as bonds, time deposits and target funds. The Sub-Fund is actively managed and not benchmarked against an index. The portfolio is composed by the fund manager exclusively in accordance with the criteria defined in the investment policy, reviewed regularly and adjusted if necessary. The Sub-Fund is classified as an Article 8 product within the meaning of the Disclosure Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 (SFDR).


WKN:A3DK5C
ISIN:LU2473801830
Authorised for distribution:AT, BE, CH, DE, LI, LU
Fund type / legal structure:UCITS / FCP
Domicile:Luxemburg
SFDR Classification:Article 8
Fund currency:EUR
Launch date:16 May 2022
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 May 2022
Fund assets:677.991.370,85 EUR
NIW:96.84 EUR
Redemption price:96.84 EUR
Issue price*:101.68 EUR
Ongoing charges:1.63%
which includes a management fee of:1.53%
Performance fee:
Issue surcharge:up to 5.00%

* incl. max. issue surcharge 5.00%

Source: Custodian bank / Paying agent

Annual performance (As at: 20.05.2022)

Gross fund performance (BVI method) takes into account all costs incurred at fund level (for example, management fees), net fund performance also takes into account the subscription fee. Further costs may be charged individually at customer level (e.g. custody fees, commissions and other charges). Example calculation (net method): An investor wishes to buy shares with capital of €1,000. Based on a maximum subscription fee of 5 %, € 50 will be deducted from their investment as a one-off initial charge. In addition, custody fees may also be applied, which will further reduce the investor’s return. The level of custody fees can be found in your bank’s schedule of fees and services.
Please refer to the cost details presented in this document to determine the maximum subscription fee for the share class of the sub-fund.
The reference index is merely informative. It does not constitute any obligation from the fund manager to track the index or achieve the same performance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Source: Custodian bank and SIX Financial Information

Performance (EUR, gross, in %, As at: 20.05.2022)

Gross fund performance (BVI method) takes into account all costs incurred at fund level (for example, management fees), net fund performance also takes into account the subscription fee. Further costs may be charged individually at customer level (e.g. custody fees, commissions and other charges). Example calculation (net method): An investor wishes to buy shares with capital of €1,000. Based on a maximum subscription fee of 5 %, € 50 will be deducted from their investment as a one-off initial charge. In addition, custody fees may also be applied, which will further reduce the investor’s return. The level of custody fees can be found in your bank’s schedule of fees and services.
Please refer to the cost details presented in this document to determine the maximum subscription fee for the share class of the sub-fund.
The reference index is merely informative. It does not constitute any obligation from the fund manager to track the index or achieve the same performance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Source: Custodian bank and SIX Financial Information

Accumulated Performance (gross, in %, As at: 20.05.2022)

since launch (16.05.2022)-3.16%

Gross fund performance (BVI method) takes into account all costs incurred at fund level (for example, management fees), net fund performance also takes into account the subscription fee. Further costs may be charged individually at customer level (e.g. custody fees, commissions and other charges). Example calculation (net method): An investor wishes to buy shares with capital of €1,000. Based on a maximum subscription fee of 5 %, € 50 will be deducted from their investment as a one-off initial charge. In addition, custody fees may also be applied, which will further reduce the investor’s return. The level of custody fees can be found in your bank’s schedule of fees and services.
Please refer to the cost details presented in this document to determine the maximum subscription fee for the share class of the sub-fund.
The reference index is merely informative. It does not constitute any obligation from the fund manager to track the index or achieve the same performance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Source: Custodian bank and SIX Financial Information

Monthly performance (gross, in %, As at: 20.05.2022)

 
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Gross fund performance (BVI method) takes into account all costs incurred at fund level (for example, management fees), net fund performance also takes into account the subscription fee. Further costs may be charged individually at customer level (e.g. custody fees, commissions and other charges). Example calculation (net method): An investor wishes to buy shares with capital of €1,000. Based on a maximum subscription fee of 5 %, € 50 will be deducted from their investment as a one-off initial charge. In addition, custody fees may also be applied, which will further reduce the investor’s return. The level of custody fees can be found in your bank’s schedule of fees and services.
Please refer to the cost details presented in this document to determine the maximum subscription fee for the share class of the sub-fund.
The reference index is merely informative. It does not constitute any obligation from the fund manager to track the index or achieve the same performance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Source: Custodian bank and SIX Financial Information

Historic Prices

As atShare class currencyIssue priceRedemption priceNAV*
EUR100.00100.00
EUR105.03100.03100.03
EUR105.47100.45100.45
EUR102.6897.7997.79
EUR101.6896.8496.84

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.
  • Potential to achieve above-average dividend income.

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).
  • If dividends are reduced or not paid out at all, this can have a negative impact on investment returns.
  • By hedging currency risks, the fund share value may be adversely affected.