All investments involve risk. The value of your investment and the income from it will fluctuate and a loss of capital may occur.
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The Sub-Fund is actively managed, in reference to a benchmark. Many of the securities in the Sub-Fund may also be represented in the benchmark because the Investment Manager uses it as a basis for portfolio construction, but the Investment Manager has some discretion to deviate from the Benchmark composition and risk characteristics within certain risk parameters. The Sub-Fund may share some composition and risk characteristics with the Sub-Fund’s benchmark, though the Investment Manager’s discretion may result in performance that differs from the Sub-Fund’s benchmark.
Potential Investors should consider the following key risks before investing in the Sub-Fund:
Market Volatility Risk: All types of investments and all markets are subject to market volatility based on prevailing economic conditions. Price trends are determined mainly by financial market trends and by the economic development of the issuers, who are themselves affected by the overall situation of the global economy and by the economic and political conditions prevailing in each country. As securities may fluctuate in price, the value of your investment may go up and down.
Investment Loss Risk: Investments may decline in value and investors should be prepared to sustain a total loss of their investment.
FDI Risk: The prices of FDI can be highly volatile. In addition, the use of FDI also involves certain special risks depending on the type of FDI, including but not limited to correlation risk, counterparty credit risk, legal risk, settlement risk, margin risk, as well as other possible risks that may arise.
Equity Risk: The value of shares and securities related to shares may fall due to issuer related issues, financial market dynamics and world events including economic and political changes.
Country Selection Risk: A portfolio’s performance is often derived from its allocations to certain countries. These allocations may present greater opportunities and potential for capital appreciation, but may subject the portfolio to higher risks of loss.
Emerging Market Risk: Emerging markets are typically smaller, less transparent and subject to evolving, less stable political and regulatory regimes.
The risk factors described above should not be considered an exhaustive list of risks, which potential investors should consider before investing in the Sub-Fund. For more details on the fund’s potential risks please read the Prospectus and Key Investor Information Document at pinebridge.com/funds