Fidelity Global Focus - A(USD) ACC
The Fidelity Global Focus fund invests in highly liquid Global listed equity shares, including emerging markets. . The Fund is an actively managed concentrated portfolio with no restriction in stock selection based on company size, industry or location. The fund tracks its performance against MSCI ACWI Index (Net) since the Index constituent represents the type of companies it proposes to invest in. The investment process is fundamental and based on in-depth understanding of global value chains, and research by Fidelity’s large inhouse team. The three sectors the portfolio is most exposed to are IT, Consumer Discretionary and Financials with most investment in Index equivalent/ large cap companies (USD > 10bn). The portfolio is US focused and includes companies like Microsoft, Alphabet Inc, Apple and Amazon.
Progress India Opportunities Fund
PIOF is a USD denominated Long Only absolute return India equities fund with a differentiated strategy, focused on the most secular part of Indias story the rise of consumer spending. The Funds objective is to offer sustainable alpha over the long term. PIOF is managed by Progress Asia Capital Advisors Pte Ltd which is incorporated in Singapore and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (as a Registered Fund Management Company).
AB International Health Care Portfolio -A ACC
The Health Care fund invests in listed equity securities of health care & related companies (at least 80%) located throughout the world. It follows a fundamental bottom-up approach with a long-term view and based on high ROIC, strong cash flows & attractive valuation. A significant proportion of its allocation is to the US and the balance in other Developed Economies. It tends to go for large cap companies but may also invest in new treatments & biotechnology. It has less than 50 holdings and is Benchmarked to the MSCI World Health Care Index.
UBAM Positive Impact Emerging Equity AC (USD) ACC
UBAM Positive Impact Emerging Equity Fund is for investors who seek social/environmental impact alongside financial return. The fund invests in emerging market companies focused on solving emerging market problems and uses the UN’s 17 Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) as a road map to identify “fixers”. The Fund aims to construct a concentrated portfolio of 35-45 stocks (42 holdings with majority being large cap as on June 21) with low turnover and long term commitment. The fund incorporates a thematic approach along with bottom -up stock picking for portfolio construction. It is benchmarked against MSCI Emerging Markets Net TR USD for measuring performance.
Allianz Thematica - AT(USD) ACC
The Thematica fund invests in the global listed equities. It is a thematic fund looking at investing in companies associated with structural shifts (such as digital life, clean water, health tech, etc.) for long term capital appreciation. The fund is not constrained by sector, industry, or geography. It invests primarily in the U.S. & other developed markets, with a maximum of 50% assets allocation to emerging markets. It is suitable for investors who wish to invest their capital for the long term and have a risk appetite.
Consistent Compounder is an actively managed long only & unleveraged equity strategy structured as a Kristal Fund (supported by sub-advisors). The portfolio comprises 10 -15 diversified global publicly listed equities (10-20% allocation each) with a strong technology bias. Selection depends on a strong competitive advantage and healthy earnings growth as well as resilience to regulatory issues, commodity cycles & inflation. Holding period is medium term.
GS Global Millennials Equity Portfolio BS (USD) - ACC
GS Global Millennials Equity is a thematic fund which invests in companies that benefit from the consumption trends and behavior of the Millennials generation (individuals born between 1980 and 1999) by investing in opportunities that benefit from i) tech-enabled and ii) lifestyle & values themes. The fund follows a bottom-up approach, is style agnostic and un-constrained by sector and region. The fund seeks to beat its benchmark MSCI ACWI Growth by 500-700 bps.The fund will typically invest in 40-50 stocks and has nearly 75% geographic exposure primarily to US and Europe, with the remaining spread across Asia and Latin America.Given the fund invests in specific themes that are expected to show secular growth, the fund is suitable for the long term investment horizon i.e. atleast 3 years or more. The fund may carry some degree of sector risk.
Future Vision Kristal
Overview: The Future Vision Equity pooled strategy invests in single name equities that are aligned with themes in disruptive industries which will play a more important role in the next decades ahead. The core themes that have been identified are: Biotechnology and Genome research: Medical advances with the help of AI and reduced cost for genetic editing have the potential to disrupt the healthcare industry in years to come. We are looking specifically for companies in the sector of life sciences, genetic solutions for cancer treatment, Human-Machine-Interface technologies, etc. Water & Food: We may run out of clean water, and while we might not run out of food in the foreseeable future, there is certainly, a need to become more efficient and sustainable in the way how we feed a growing world population. The investments will be predominantly in companies in the Agricultural/Food Tech space, Water companies (Technology or utility) or environmental management companies. Cybersecurity: The cost of cybersecurity at an average level has increased by over 72% in the past 5 years, and 13% alone from 2017 to 2018. An Accenture Study about the cost of cybercrime states that the Value at Risk from Cybercrime in the global economy is rising, and so is the cost of prevention. Renewable Energy/Electrification: We do not think that global warming is a hoax, therefore investment in the renewable energy space will continue to grow and transform the way how we produce and consume energy in decades to come. Investments can for example take place in companies which are either Renewable Energy generators or provide technology that reduces carbon emissions, but also companies at the heart of the trend towards further electrification, specifically energy transmission and battery technology. Selection of Companies: Through thorough fundamental research of the companies from an initial shortlist, we identify the ones with a technological and commercial advantage over others
MS Investment Funds Emerging Leader Equity - A(USD) ACC
The MS Emerging Leader Equity fund primarily invests in equity securities in emerging and frontier countries. The fund is an actively managed concentrated portfolio of 29 holdings , with the top 10 holdings accounting for over 54% of the portfolio (as of Nov 21). The fund measures its performance against the MSCI Emerging Markets (Net) Index. The fund primarily invests in large-cap securities and has a median market capitalization of USD 88.58 billion (Nov 2021). It is a benchmark agnostic fund that focuses on companies which are driving growth in emerging markets and are positioned to gain from these growth themes.Over half of the fund's assets are invested in India & China with most exposure to the IT & Consumer Discretionary sector.
Allianz China Class A Shares AT Fund
The China A-shares fund invests at least 70% of its portfolio in China A-Shares, i.e. Mainland China’s domestic markets via the FII regime and the Stock Connect. Balance may be invested in related stocks such as China B/ H shares or other Emerging Markets. It is exposed to associated risks including RMB exchange rate volatility, changes in rule and regulations, capital controls, etc. The fund believes in fundamental analysis & active management and aims at long term capital growth to outperform its benchmark- the MSCI China A Onshore Total Return Index. The portfolio is well diversified across industry sectors. It is suitable for investors bullish on the Chinese stock markets.
Capcapital Alpha 8
This strategy will invest in public listed equities. The strategy will aim to generate absolute returns through holding concentrated positions in a select few businesses with high growth. This Kristal will construct and manage a concentrated portfolio of 8-12 holdings to achieve best absolute returns in a three year rolling period.
Fidelity Emerging Markets -A ACC
The Emerging Markets Fund invests in liquid listed equity shares in emerging markets. The Fund is an actively managed concentrated portfolio (around 50 holdings). The fund tracks its performance against MSCI Emerging Markets Index (Net) since the Index constituent represents the type of companies it proposes to invest in. The investment process is fundamental and based on in-depth understanding of global value chains, and research by Fidelity’s large inhouse team. It invests at least 70% in markets experiencing rapid economic growth i.e. Latin America, South East Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe (including Russia) and the Middle East . The fund favours companies that exhibit strong & sustainable returns, good balance sheets and hold strong market position. The Fund also invests at least 30% in onshore China A and B Shares (directly or indirectly). It incorporates a bottom-up approach and tracks macroeconomic trends on a regular basis. The three sectors the portfolio is most exposed to are IT, Consumer Discretionary and Financials.
CapCapital is an actively managed long only & unleveraged equity strategy structured as a Kristal Fund (supported by sub-advisors). The portfolio comprises 20 -25 diversified global publicly listed equities (5-10% allocation each). Selection depends on a strong competitive advantage (visible moat) and healthy earnings growth determined through a bottom-up analysis using financial & operational metrics. Sectors are technology, finance & consumer and holding period is expected to be medium term.
JPM Japan Equity-A (USD) ACC
The JPM Japan Equity Fund invests in equities of companies that are domiciled, or carrying out the main part of their economic activity, in Japan. The fund is an actively managed concentrated portfolio of 55 holdings, with the top 10 holdings accounting for over 45% of the portfolio (as of Oct 21). The fund measures its performance against the Tokyo Stock price Index. The fund incorporates a fundamental & bottom-up process for stock selection process with top-down views on countries. It focuses on investing in companies with excellent and sustainable growth potential, using a high conviction approach to make investment decisions. The fund invests mainly in large-cap companies, with more than half of its assets allocated to companies with market capitalization between $10 billion - $100 billion and approx 18% having market capitalization exceeding $100 billion. The three sectors the portfolio is most exposed to are Electric Appliances, Services and Information & Communication.
SEG Partners II
SEG Partners Fund II, LP. (the Fund) is structured as a Delaware limited partnership and invests in global listed equities. It focuses on mid to large cap companies (market cap above USD 5B), primarily from the US but can invest up to 20% in non-US companies. It may maintain long and short positions in 50-80 companies each with low turnover. Net exposure may be 55-85%. The approach is fundamental, relying heavily on their large research team and a rigorous bottoms-up process. As such they focus on the core business and its underlying growth potential. The fund has generated higher net annual returns vs. S&P 500 (12.1% vs 7.6% as on Dec 20) with relatively low volatility (11.1% vs 15.4% as on Dec 20). The Access to SEG Partners is through Sub Series 4 Participating Shares of a Cayman Islands Feeder fund, namely Conway Offshore Access Fund (Feeder). The Feeder invests solely into the Fund, however levies its own fees in addition to those being charged by the Fund. The Feeder also holds back 4% of the investment in cash equivalent to meet expenses. As a result the returns on this Kristal will be lower than those generated by the Fund.