Alquity Indian Subcontinent Fund A Acc USD

Alquity 印度次大陸基金 A類 Acc 美元

LU1049767863

Risk Rating: Level 6

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 five (5) or six (6), these are mainly aimed at providing capital appreciation to investors by investing primarily in single market equities, single industry equities or derivatives etc. For more details, please refer to the Due Diligence section under the Procedures page.

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Dealing Information

Secure Transaction

Derivatives knowledge not required

HKD20,000.00Min. Subscription

1.6%

HKD10,000.00Min. Subscription

EUR / GBP / USD

HKD20,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD20,000.00

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*Not include dividends (If applicable)

Fund Performances (including dividend, if any)

1 mth
+7.71%
3 mth
+8.35%
6 mth
-3.21%
1 yr
-1.69%
3 yr
+8.51%
5 yr
+16.69%

Analytical Figures (3 years)

Annualized Return
+2.76%
Annualized Volatility
+22.85%
Sharpe Ratio
+0.15

Fund Information

Fund Houses
Alquity Investment Management Limited
Launch Date
2014-05-18
Fund Manager
Mike Sell
Manager Start Date
2014-04-25
Geographical Focus
India
Asset Class/ Sector
Equity - All cap
Risk Rating
Risk Level 6

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 five (5) or six (6), these are mainly aimed at providing capital appreciation to investors by investing primarily in single market equities, single industry equities or derivatives etc. For more details, please refer to the Due Diligence section under the Procedures page.

Fund AUM(As of 2019-04-29)
USD 63,795,088.83
Management Fee
1.6%
Latest Dividend
N.A.

Sector Leaders

    No Funds

Dealing Information

Secure Transaction

Derivatives knowledge not required

HKD20,000.00Min. Subscription

1.6%

HKD10,000.00Min. Subscription

EUR / GBP / USD

HKD20,000.00Min. Subscription

HKD20,000.00

HKD20,000.00

Daily

16:30

-

Dividend Records

No Dividends

Investment Objective

To provide long term capital appreciation by investing in regulated stock markets of countries of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh (collectively the "Indian Subcontinent Region").

Nature and Extent of Risks

Investment involves risks. Please refer to the offering documents for details including the risk factors.
1. Investing in equity securities
The fundamental risk associated with any equity portfolio is the risk that the value of the investments it holds might decrease in value. Equity security values may fluctuate in response to the activities of an individual company or in response to general market and/or economic conditions. The value of, and income derived from, equity securities held may fluctuate and the Sub-Fund may not recoup the original amount invested in such securities. The prices of and the income generated by equity securities may decline in response to certain events, including the activities and results of the issuer, general economic and market conditions, regional or global economic instability and currency and interest rate fluctuations, this may have an adverse impact on the NAV of the Sub-Fund.
2. Cost of doing business in the Indian Subcontinent Region / Regional risk
Investments in the Indian Subcontinent Region may result in higher costs for the Sub-Fund due to various other risks (e.g. geographic risk, regional/political risk, local currency risk) applicable to the Sub-Fund. Doing business in the Indian Subcontinent Region may result in very high sub-custody and trading costs and higher costs. This may have an adverse impact on the NAV of the Sub-Fund.
The performance of the Sub-Fund will be affected by economic downturns, political instability, regulatory, political, social change or natural disasters and other factors affecting the Indian Subcontinent as a whole, and/or specific countries in the Indian Subcontinent Region. During times of market uncertainty, investments in such securities may negatively affect the Sub- Fund's performance.
3. India risk
The Sub-Fund will invest in the India market through a Foreign Institutional Investor ("FII") status that is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Board of India Foreign Institutional Investors Regulation. Investments made through such FII status are therefore subject to any statutory or regulatory limits imposed by the Indian authority, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, from time to time. Investors should note the risks due to any such regulatory changes. There will also be risks of foreign exchange controls which, in any country may cause difficulties in the repatriation of funds from such country. In addition, the relevant Sub-Fund is more susceptible to India’s economic, market, political or regulatory developments.
An FII will be subject to both withholding tax on interest income and capital gains tax ("CGT"), which may be subject to change from time to time. As the Fund is established as a Luxembourg SICAV, no treaty benefits will accrue to the Sub-Fund. There is no assurance that the existing tax laws and regulations will not be revised or amended in the future with retrospective effect. Any changes to tax laws and regulations may lead to under-accrual or over-accrual for withholding tax on interest income and CGT which may reduce the value of the investments of the Sub-Fund with subsequent adjustments to the NAV. The above features may adversely impact the Sub-Fund and/or the interests of investors.
4. Investment in small and medium capitalized companies
Securities of companies with smaller and medium market capitalizations tend to be more volatile and less liquid than larger company stocks. Limited financial resources, a lower degree of expertise and liquidity in their securities, limits as regard to product range, markets or financial resources, a greater sensitivity to changes in general economic conditions and interest rates, and uncertainty over future growth prospects may all contribute to such increased price volatility and risks. Smaller and medium companies may have no or relatively short operating histories, or be newly public companies, thus may be unable to generate new funds for growth and development, may lack depth in management, and may be developing products in new and uncertain markets, all of which are risks to consider when investing in such companies and which may have an adverse impact on the NAV of the Sub-Fund.
5. Local currency risk
Investments in emerging markets carry a high degree of risk which may cause the value of the Sub-Fund's investments to diminish as the shares of the companies in which it invests are likely to be denominated in a currency that is subject to greater fluctuation and loss of value when compared to its shares which are denominated in USD. Such currency may also be more affected by exchange control regulation or changes in the exchange rates. The Sub- Fund does not intend to hedge its local currency exposure, although may do depending on prevailing economic circumstances within countries of the Indian sub-continent region. There is no requirement that the Sub-Fund seeks to hedge or to protect against currency exchange risk in connection with any transaction. This may have an adverse impact on the NAV of the Sub-Fund.
6. Liquidity risk
Daily trading volume on markets in the region in which the Sub-Fund invests, (i.e. the Indian Subcontinent Region) and for small and mid-cap stocks generally, may fluctuate and persist at low levels, which may result in a higher cost of entering and exiting such investments, particularly at times of market and/or economic volatility, and may result in a diminishment of the value of the Sub-Fund's investment. Some of the Sub-Fund's investments (such as investments in small and mid-cap companies) may be subject to higher liquidity risk. Lower liquidity may arise from a low trading volume of securities, or if trading restrictions or temporary suspensions on trading are imposed. Investment in securities that have lower liquidity may reduce returns for or result in substantial losses to the Sub-Fund if it is unable to sell such securities at the desirable time or price.
7. Investments in debt securities
Debt securities, such as notes and bonds are subject to the risk of an issuer's ability to meet principal and interest payments on the obligation, and may also be subject to price volatility due to such factors as interest rate sensitivity, market perception of the creditworthiness of the issuer and general market liquidity (liquidity risk).
An investment in fixed-income securities may be interest rate sensitive. An increase in interest rates will generally reduce the value of fixed-income securities, whilst a decline in interest rates will generally increase the value of fixed-income securities. The performance of a sub-fund will therefore partly depend on the ability to anticipate and respond to market interest rate fluctuations, and to utilise appropriate strategies to maximise returns, whilst attempting to minimise credit and liquidity risks to investment capital.
An issuer of an instrument may be unable to make interest payments or repay principal when due. Decrease in the financial strength of an issuer or decrease in the credit rating of a security may adversely affect its value. Fixed income securities are also exposed to the risk that their, or their issuers', credit ratings may be downgraded, which can cause a significant drop in the value of such securities.
The above features may adversely impact a sub-fund.
8. Derivatives risk
The use of derivatives presents risks different from, and possibly greater than, the risks associated with investing directly in traditional securities (e.g. counterparty risks, valuation risks and volatility risks). The use of derivatives and currency hedging strategies may be ineffective and can lead to substantial losses because of adverse movements in the price or value of the underlying asset, index or rate, which may be magnified by certain features of the derivatives. This may have substantial adverse impact on the NAV of the Sub-Fund.
9. Concentration risk
Concentration risk may arise as the Sub-Fund focuses to invest into the securities of the particular markets (e.g. the Indian sub-continent), regardless of whether the securities are listed on or outside the respective regions. Although the Sub-Fund's portfolio will be well diversified in terms of the number of holdings, the Sub-Fund is likely to be more volatile than a broad-based sub-fund, as it is more susceptible to fluctuations in value resulting from adverse conditions in its respective region or asset class.
10. Investment risk
The Sub-Fund is an investment fund. There is no guarantee of the repayment of principal.
The instruments invested by the Sub-Fund may fall in value.
11. Performance fee risk
The method of calculating performance fee gives rise to the risk that a shareholder redeeming shares may still incur performance fee in respect of the shares, even though a loss in investment capital has been suffered by the redeeming shareholder. There is also a risk of adverse impact on the shareholders in the absence of equalization calculation or series accounting to make adjustment on each share individually. Risk also arises that the Investment Manager may be inclined to make riskier investment than in the absence of performance-based incentive and the performance fee may be paid on unrealized gains which may subsequently never be realized.

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