ISIN: LU0594071630
NET ASSET VALUE|05/04/201349.01 CHF
FIRST NAV DATE|18/02/2011
TOTAL AUM|05/04/2013123.62 MCHF
FUND UNIT AUM|05/04/20130.00 MCHF
from 31/12/2012 to 05/04/2013
  • 3.53%
Benchmark* 1.80%
from 05/04/2012 to 05/04/2013
  • 4.59%
Benchmark* 20.52%
from 18/02/2011 to 05/04/2013
  • -1.98%
Benchmark* 70.44%
* Benchmark: Thomson Reuters Global Focus Vanilla Hedge Euro

OFI Fund - RS Global Convertible Bond is invested in international convertible bonds with an objective of outperforming its benchmark, Thomson Reuters Global Focus Vanilla* (hedged to €), over a recommended 3-year investment horizon.
The management team follows an entrepreneurial stock-picker approach. It focuses on selecting companies whose development potential is linked to their international activity or their local leadership, adopting an approach based on assisting with and financing their projects.
The fund capitalises on the diverse investment pools worldwide and seizes on convertible bond opportunities linked to the different growth rates in different area.
Active management of the delta (equity sensitivity between 0% and 100%) and interest rate sensitivity gives the fund a mixed management profile.
* For more information: www.thomsonreuters.com

AMF classification
Legal form
Inception date
Recommended investment horizon
SRRI is an indicator going from 1 to 7 and corresponding to increasing risk levels. Risk and performance category indicated in this document is subject to change. This category is determined by the application of a regulatory methodology. For more details about this methodology, please refer to the Key investor information document (KIID).
Risk detail - OFI Asset Management
Debt Securities: debt securities are subject to the risk of an issuer's inability to meet principal and interest payments on the obligation (credit risk) 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 (market risk).
Derivative Investments: an investment in derivatives may involve additional risks for investors. These additional risks may arise as a result of any or all of the following: (i) leverage factors associated with transactions in the Sub-Fund; and/or (ii) the creditworthiness of the counterparties to such derivative transactions; and/or (iii) the potential illiquidity of the markets for derivative instruments. To the extent that derivative instruments are utilised for speculative purposes, the overall risk of loss to the Sub-Fund may be increased. To the extent that derivative instruments are utilised for hedging purposes, the risk of loss to the Sub-Fund may be increased where the value of the derivative instrument and the value of the security or position which it is hedging are insufficiently correlated.
Liquidity Risk: it is the risk that certain securities may be difficult or impossible to sell at the time that the seller would like or at the price that the seller believes the security is currently worth.
Counterparty Risk: the Sub-Fund is subject to the risk of the insolvency of its counterparties. Entering into transactions on the OTC markets will expose the Sub-Fund to the credit of its counterparties and their ability to satisfy the terms of the contracts. In the event of a bankruptcy or insolvency of a counterparty, the Sub-Fund could experience delays in liquidating the position and significant losses, including declines in the value of its investments during the period in which the Sub-Fund seeks to enforce its rights, inability to realise any gains on its investments during such period and fees and expenses incurred in enforcing its rights. There is also a possibility that the above agreements and derivative techniques are terminated due, for instance, to bankruptcy, supervening illegality or change in the tax or accounting laws relative to those at the time the agreement was originated.
Interest Rate Risk: the value of the sub-fund’s portfolio is linked to the Interest Rate Level. The degree of the fluctuation is linked to the sensitivity of the portfolio.
Currency Risk: the fund can invest directly in derivatives instrument linked to currencies or invest in instrument valued in a currency different than the reference currency of the fund.
Global Exposure: This Sub-Fund uses the commitment approach to monitor and measure the global exposure.
  • NAV DATE|05/04/2013

Historical Net Asset Values

  • ISIN CodeLU0594071630
  • Unit currencyCHF
  • Agreement date27/01/2021
  • Inception date18/02/2011
  • First NAV date18/02/2011
  • Valuation frequencyDaily
  • Regulatory authority
  • AMF classification
  • UCITS V classification
  • Legal formSICAV
  • Fund of funds Non
  • Feeder Non
  • Distribution policyAccumulation
  • ‘PEA’ eligible Non
  • Maximum management fees1.00 %
  • Maximum susbscription fees0.00 %
  • Maximum redemption fees0.00 %
  • Maximum subscription fees – non acquired1.00 %
  • Maximum redemption fees– non acquired 0.00 %
  • Outperformance fees
  • Asset management companyOFI LUX
  • Delegated asset management companyOFI ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • Subscription cut-off
  • Subscription cut-off time12:00:00
  • Redemption cut-off
  • Redemption cut-off time12:00:00
  • Settlement date
  • Decimalisation2 decimals
  • Terms of redemption
  • Terms of subscription
  • Minimum subscription amount50 000.00 CHF
  • Minimum subscription units0.00
  • Minimum initial subscription amount50 000.00 CHF
  • Minimum initial subscription units0.00

The KIID must be provided to investors prior to any investment being made. Practical information, risk and reward profile and charges related to the investment in a fund are described in the fund’s KIID.

The figures mentioned cover past years. Past performances are not a reliable indicator of future performances. The investments mentioned herein are one way to capture financial market returns in exchange for a certain amount of risk. Invested capital and performances are not guaranteed, and there exists a risk of loss of capital.

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