Stewart Investors Indian Subcontinent Sustainability Fund Class E Acc USD
Investment objective and policy
The Fund aims to achieve capital growth over the long term (at least five years).
The Fund invests in shares of companies based in or where the majority of their activities take place in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka or Bangladesh. The Fund invests in shares of high-quality companies which are positioned to contribute to, and benefit from, sustainable development. Investment decisions around high quality companies are based on three key points: (i) Quality of management. (ii) Quality of the company including its social usefulness, their environmental impacts and efficiency and responsible business practices. (iii) Quality of the company's finances and their financial performance. Sustainability is a key part of the approach. The Fund may invest up to 10% in other funds. The Fund may use derivatives to reduce risk or to manage the Fund more efficiently.
This page is updated quarterly. For monthly performance, please refer to the factsheet.
- Factsheet (currently unavailable)
|Fund launch date||17 January 2023|
|Share class launch date||17 January 2023|
|Benchmark||MSCI India Total Return Index (NR)|
|Fund manager(s)||Sashi Reddy & David Gait|
Under Financial Conduct Authority regulations, we are not allowed to show performance data for funds launched less than a year ago. If you are a financial advisor or an existing client in this fund please call our client service team for performance details.
These figures refer to the past. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. For investors based in countries with currencies other than USD, the return may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations.
All performance data for the Stewart Investors Indian Subcontinent Sustainability Fund Class E (Accumulation) USD as at 17 January 2023. Source for fund - Lipper IM / Stewart Investors. Performance data is calculated on a net basis by deducting fees incurred at fund level (e.g. the management fee and other fund expenses), save that it does not take account of initial charges or switching fees (if any). Income reinvested is included on a net of tax basis. Source for benchmark - MSCI, income reinvested net of tax.
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^^ The ongoing charge figure (OCF) is calculated on the same basis as for the Key Investor Information Document and represents the charges you will pay over a year for as long as you hold your investment and may vary from year to year. The OCF is made up of the annual management charge and additional expenses, but excludes portfolio transaction costs. For further information about charges and costs please visit https://www.firstsentierinvestors.com/uk/en/private/charges-overview.html.
** This does not constitute an investment recommendation and is not indicative of future results. Methodology available on rating provider's website.