The Subfund was launched on 1 July 2016.
INVL Global Emerging Market Bond subfund invests in those debt securities of governments, municipalities and companies in emerging countries (securities exchanges and markets) that credit analysis shows to be the most promising. The Subfund combines riskier (corporate bonds) and safer (government, municipal bonds) investments to protect the value of assets and ensure an even return on the Subfund’s investments.
|Start of operations||2016-07-01|
|Minimum investment amount||0 EUR|
|Minimum recommended investment period||2 years|
|Composition type||100% bonds|
|Manager||“INVL Asset Management”|
|Umbrella fund which includes subfund||„INVL Umbrella Fund”|
|Goal of subfund||The objective of the Subfund is to ensure balanced growth of its assets.|
|Region||Global Emerging markets|
The benchmark index has been selected with the main purpose of reflecting the Fund’s investment strategy (types and weights of investments) and strategic investment distribution, which are both set in the rules.
As of 15 January 2020
50% J.P. Morgan Emerging Markets Bond Index (EMBI) Global Hedged Euro Index (JPEIGHEU Index)
50% J.P. Morgan Corporate EMBI Broad Hedged Level in EUR (JBBSHEUR index)
As of 1 July 2016
100% J.P. Morgan Emerging Markets Bond Index (EMBI) Global Hedged Euro Index (JPEIGHEU Index)
More about the benchmark index or the component indices read here.
Past performance of the investment fund shows only its performance in the previous period. Past results do not guarantee future results. If the return on investment was positive in the past, it will not necessarily be so in the future, since the value of investments can both rise and fall. The management company does not guarantee the profitability of investments. The latest values of investment fund units are published at www.invl.com.
Before making an investment decision, you should individually or with a help of investment consultants assess the selected fund’s investment strategy, applicable fees and all investment-related risks. You should also carefully read the fund’s rules, prospectus and Key Investor Information Document. All funds have benchmark indices which are chosen to reflect as precisely as possible the investment strategy (types and weights of investments) and the strategic investment distribution, which are both set in the fund’s rules and prospectus.
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