Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited expands in Europe and the Middle-East with the launch of a UCITS SICAV
The SICAV will offer European and Middle-Eastern investors an unique access to the onshore Chinese financial markets
Paris – November 26, 2015 – Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited has announced the launch of its Luxembourg UCITS SICAV.
The SICAV provides direct access to the onshore Chinese financial markets, with daily liquidity, to European and Middle-Eastern investors.
Fullgoal International Funds SICAV offers three sub-funds:
Fullgoal China Government Bond Fund: seeks a long term and stable capital appreciation through investing primarily in China treasuries, policy bank bonds, central bank bills and municipal bonds.
Fullgoal China High Grade Bond Fund: seeks a long term and stable capital appreciation through investing primarily in China treasuries, policy bank bonds, central bank bills, municipal bonds and high grade corporate bonds.
Fullgoal China Small-Mid Cap Growth Fund: seeks to achieve absolute capital appreciation through investing primarily in HK listed China mid and small cap stocks.
Several share classes are available; some of them offering a currency hedge for European or dollar based investors.
The Fullgoal UCITS SICAV is a unique value proposition. The Funds are leveraging on Fullgoal’s deep expertise in fixed income and equity and on the team’s proven track record, respectively since 2003 and 1999. Fullgoal Fund Management Company Limited ranked 2nd in mainland China mutual funds for institutional investors*.
Based in Hong Kong, Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fullgoal Fund Management Company Limited (“Fullgoal Fund”) in China. Fullgoal Fund is a fully licensed manager for National Social Security Fund (NSSF), annuity/pension mandates and mutual funds including QDII funds. Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited is a fully licensed manager for QFII and RQFII funds.
Michael Chow, Managing Director and Head of International Business of Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited said, “Investing in the second largest world economy offers a range of opportunities to European investors. Fullgoal’s ambition is to serve as a gateway for overseas investors wishing to access the Chinese capital market, acting as a guide for their investment growth.”
*Based on assets under management and excluding money market funds and ETFs. Source: Wind, Funds Annual Report, data as of December 31, 2014.
Fullgoal Fund Management Company Limited is the holding company of Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited.
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About Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited
Fullgoal Asset Management (HK) Limited (“Fullgoal Asset Management”) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fullgoal Fund Management Company Limited in China with over RMB 349 bn AUM (as of June 30, 2015) in assets under management. The company manages investments for a wide range of clients, including financial institutions, corporations, family offices, pension and retirement funds (public and private), retail banks, insurance companies and high-net-worth individuals. Fullgoal Asset Management offers asset management products and solutions across a variety of asset classes and strategies for its investors.
For additional information on Fullgoal Asset Management, please visit our website: www.fullgoal.com.hk.
Please consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risk factors, and charges and expenses carefully before investing. Please refer to the Prospectus and the KIID for details of the risks of investing in the Fund. We recommend investors obtain and carefully read a copy of the Prospectus and the KIID before investing and such information can be found on www.fullgoal.com.uk
Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal. International investments carry risks, including risks related to foreign currency, limited liquidity, less government regulation and the possibility of substantial volatility due to adverse political, economic or other developments. These risks often are heightened for investments in emerging/developing markets and in concentrations of single countries.