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BEA Union Investment China High Yield Income Fund A Dis HKD

東亞聯豐中國高收益入息基金 A類 Dis 港元

HK0000288040

Risk Rating: Level 4

iFund risk rating methodology is a qualitative and quantitative assessment of a single fund’s geographic and asset class focus, investment style and any potential risk factors, as measured from one (1) (lowest risk) to six (6) (highest risk). For the funds with risk rating three (3) or four (4), these are mainly aimed at providing income and capital appreciation to investors by investing primarily in balanced portfolio, including high yield bonds and global equities etc. For more details, please refer to the Due Diligence section under the Procedures page.

Non-dealing HoursMonthly Savings

Dealing Information

Secure Transaction

Derivatives knowledge not required

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

1.20%

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD4,000.00

HKD4,000.00

Daily

14:00

2020-12-24

*Not include dividends (If applicable)

Fund Performances (including dividend, if any)

1 mth
+1.91%
3 mth
+0.88%
6 mth
+7.40%
1 yr
+3.96%
3 yr
+12.80%
5 yr
-

Analytical Figures (3 years)

Annualized Return
+4.10%
Annualized Volatility
+9.44%
Sharpe Ratio
+0.33

Fund Information

Fund Houses
BEA UNION INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LIMITED
Launch Date
2016-04-21
Fund Manager
Team Managed
Manager Start Date
Team Managed (Start Date: 2016-04-22)
Geographical Focus
China
Asset Class/ Sector
Fixed Income - High yield
Risk Rating
Risk Level 4

iFund risk rating methodology is a qualitative and quantitative assessment of a single fund’s geographic and asset class focus, investment style and any potential risk factors, as measured from one (1) (lowest risk) to six (6) (highest risk). For the funds with risk rating three (3) or four (4), these are mainly aimed at providing income and capital appreciation to investors by investing primarily in balanced portfolio, including high yield bonds and global equities etc. For more details, please refer to the Due Diligence section under the Procedures page.

Fund AUM(As of 2020-12-01)
USD 55,330,000
Management Fee
1.20%
Latest Dividend
HKD 0.608000 (2020-11-15)

Sector Leaders

    No Funds

Dealing Information

Secure Transaction

Derivatives knowledge not required

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

1.20%

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD

HKD4,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD4,000.00

HKD4,000.00

Daily

14:00

2020-12-24

Dividend Records

Dividend DateDividend Records (HKD)
2020-11-150.608000
2020-10-140.608000
2020-09-140.608000
2020-08-160.608000
2020-07-140.608000
2020-06-140.592000
2020-05-140.559000
2020-04-140.650000
2020-03-150.650000
2020-02-160.656000
2020-01-140.699000
2019-12-150.701000
2019-11-140.696000
2019-10-140.698000
2019-09-150.704000
2019-08-140.707000
2019-07-140.707000
2019-06-160.712000
2019-05-140.714000
2019-04-140.703000
2019-03-140.703000
2019-02-140.691000
2019-01-140.606000
2018-12-160.609000
2018-11-140.623000
2018-10-140.625000
2018-09-160.549000
2018-08-140.549000
2018-07-150.549000
2018-06-140.577000
2018-05-140.577000
2018-04-150.577000
2018-03-140.617000
2018-02-140.577000
2018-01-140.617000
2017-12-140.617000
2017-11-140.617000
2017-10-150.617000
2017-09-140.617000
2017-08-140.617000
2017-07-160.568000
2017-06-140.568000
2017-05-140.568000
2017-04-170.568000
2017-03-140.568000
2017-02-140.568000
2017-01-150.583000
2016-12-140.583000
2016-11-140.583000
2016-10-160.583000
2016-09-140.583000
2016-08-140.583000
2016-07-140.583000

Investment Objective

The investment objective of the Sub-Fund is to seek medium to long term capital growth and regular income by primarily investing in China high yield debt securities.

Nature and Extent of Risks

Investment involves risks. Please refer to the Explanatory Memorandum for details including the risk factors.
1. Investment risk
The Sub-Fund’s investment portfolio may fall in value and therefore your investment in the Sub-Fund may suffer losses. There is no guarantee of the repayment of principal.
2. Risks associated with debt securities
Interest rates – The Sub-Fund is subject to interest rate risk. In general, the prices of debt securities rise when interest rates fall, whilst their prices fall when interest rates rise.
Credit / Counterparty risk – The Sub-Fund is also exposed to the credit/default risk of issuers or guarantors of the debt securities that the Sub-Fund may invest in. If the issuer or guarantor of any of the securities in which the Sub-Fund invests defaults or suffers insolvency or other financial difficulties, the value of the Sub-Fund will be adversely affected and may lead to a loss of principal and interest.
Downgrading risk – The credit rating of a debt instrument or its issuer or guarantor may subsequently be downgraded. In the event of such downgrading, the value of the Sub-Fund may be adversely affected. The Manager may or may not be able to dispose the debt instruments that are being downgraded.
Below investment grade and non-rated securities – The Sub-Fund may invest significantly in below investment grade or non-rated debt securities including high yield bonds. Such debt securities are generally subject to lower liquidity, higher volatility and greater risk of loss of principal and interest than higher-rated securities. The Sub-Fund’s ability to liquidate its holdings in response to changes in the economy or the financial markets may be further limited by factors such as adverse publicity and investor perception.
Volatility and liquidity risk – The debt securities in China may be subject to higher volatility and lower liquidity compared to more developed markets. The prices of such securities may be subject to fluctuations. The bid and offer spreads of the price of such securities may be large and the Sub-Fund may incur significant trading costs.
Sovereign debt risk – The Sub-Fund’s investment in securities issued or guaranteed by governments may be exposed to political, social and economic risks. In adverse situations, the sovereign issuers may not be able or willing to repay the principal and/or interest when due or may request the Sub-Fund to participate in restructuring such debts. The Sub-Fund may suffer significant losses when there is a default of sovereign debt issuers.
Valuation risk – Valuation of the Sub-Fund’s investments may involve uncertainties and judgmental determinations. If such valuation turns out to be incorrect, this may affect the net asset value calculation of the Sub-Fund.
Credit rating risk – Credit ratings assigned by rating agencies are subject to limitations and do not guarantee the creditworthiness of the security and/or issuer at all times.
3. Concentration risk/China market risk
The Sub-Fund’s investments are concentrated in specific geographical location, i.e. China. The value of the Sub-Fund may be more volatile than that of a fund having a more diverse portfolio of investments.
The value of the Sub-Fund may be more susceptible to adverse economic, political, policy, foreign exchange, liquidity, tax, legal or regulatory event affecting the China market.
4. Emerging market risk
The Sub-Fund invests in emerging markets which may involve increased risks and special considerations not typically associated with investment in more developed markets, such as liquidity risks, currency risks/control, political and economic uncertainties, legal and taxation risks, settlement risks, custody risk and the likelihood of a high degree of volatility.
5. Currency risk
The Sub-Fund is denominated in US dollars although underlying investments of the SubFund may be denominated in other currencies. Also, a class of Units may be designated in a currency other than the base currency of the Sub-Fund. The NAV of the Sub-Fund may be affected unfavorably by fluctuations in the exchange rate between these currencies and US dollars and by changes in exchange rate controls.
6. Derivative risk
The Sub-Fund may invest in financial derivative instruments that are subject to, among others, liquidity risk (i.e. the risk that the Sub-Fund may not be able to close out a derivative position in a timely manner and/or at a reasonable price), counterparty/credit risk (i.e. the risk that a counterparty may become insolvent and therefore unable to meet its obligations under a transaction), valuation risk, volatility risk and over-the-counter transaction risk. The leverage element/component of a derivative instrument can result in a loss significantly greater than the amount invested in the derivative instrument by the Sub-Fund. Exposure to derivative instruments may lead to a higher risk of significant loss by the Sub-Fund.
The Sub-Fund may use derivative instruments for hedging purposes which may not achieve the intended purpose. In an adverse situation, the Sub-Fund’s use of derivative instruments may become ineffective in achieving hedging and may result in significant losses.
7. Effect of distribution out of capital
The Manager may at its discretion make distributions from income and/or capital in respect of the distributing classes of the Sub-Fund. Distributions paid out of capital amount to a return or withdrawal of part of the unitholder’s original investment or from any capital gains attributable to that original investment. Any such distributions may result in an immediate reduction of the net asset value per Unit.
The distribution amount and net asset value of the currency hedged class units may be adversely affected by differences in the interest rates of the reference currency of the currency hedged class units and the Sub-Fund’s base currency, resulting in an increase in the amount of distribution that is paid out of capital and hence a greater erosion of capital than other non-hedged unit classes.
8. Currency hedging risk
Adverse exchange rate fluctuations between the base currency of the Sub-Fund and the class currency of the currency hedged class units may result in a decrease in return and/or loss of capital for unitholders. Over-hedged or under-hedged positions may arise and there can be no assurance that these currency hedged class units will be hedged at all times or that the Manager will be successful in employing the hedge.
The costs of the hedging transactions will be reflected in the net asset value of the currency hedged class units and therefore, an investor of such currency hedged class units will have to bear the associated hedging costs, which may be significant depending on prevailing market conditions.
If the counterparties of the instruments used for hedging purpose default, investors of the currency hedged class units may be exposed to currency exchange risk on an unhedged basis and may therefore suffer further losses.
9. RMB currency and conversion risks
RMB is currently not freely convertible and is subject to foreign exchange control policies and restrictions of the Chinese government.
Non-RMB based (e.g. Hong Kong) investors are exposed to foreign exchange risk and there is no guarantee that the value of RMB against the investors’ base currencies (for example HKD) will not depreciate. Any depreciation of RMB would adversely affect thevalue of investor’s investment in the Sub-Fund.
Although offshore RMB (CNH) and onshore RMB (CNY) are the same currency, they tradeat different rates. Any divergence between CNH and CNY may adversely impact investors.
Under exceptional circumstances, payment of redemptions and/or dividend payment inRMB may be delayed due to the exchange controls and restrictions applicable to RMB.