Berenberg Emerging Markets Bond Selection (I)
The Berenberg Emerging Markets Bond Selection selects hard currency government, quasi-sovereign, and corporate bonds of emerging markets issuers, using a quantitative, active investment strategy.
The portfolio construction is defined via a systematic and transparent investment process and is statically hedged against foreign currency risks.
The goal of the investment process is to seek and identify attractive returns in emerging markets, thereby using an actively managed selection process in combination with a continuous risk management in order to exploit these opportunities.
This information is not directed at US individuals and only to clients domiciled in those countries where this fund is admitted to public distribution.
|WKN / ISIN||A1C2XJ / DE000A1C2XJ0|
|Investment Company||Universal-Investment-Gesellschaft mbH|
Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
|Custodian Bank||State Street Bank International GmbH|
|Financial Year End||31. Dec|
|Appropriation of Net Income||distributing|
|Fund Manager||Robert Reichle|
Investors do not have to pay any custodian fee nor is a load charged for buying and holding the share class designed for institutional investors.
Performance current year
Performance 1 year
Performance 3 years
Performance 5 years
moderate earnings expectations, resulting primarily from market opportunities
relatively high returns
risk of loss from interest rate and currency fluctuations; potentially high counterparty risk
|Other share class|
Private clients (Class R)