• ISIN:
  • Type:Equity
  • Region:Global
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  • Size:-
  • Fund launch date:29/07/2010
  • Fund range:Investment Trust
  • Objective:
    Aims to provide a dividend income, together with the potential for long-term capital growth from Emerging Markets investments by outperformance of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. The company will predominantly invest in quoted companies although, where appropriate, it may invest in other types of securities. The company has the ability to use borrowing to gear the portfolio to up to 20% of net assets where appropriate.


Cumulative performance of an original investment of £100.

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  • 3 yr
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  • 10 yr

Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Past performance is not a guide to the future.
Performance data has been calculated including tax, ongoing charges and portfolio transaction costs and excluding entry and exit charges, with any income reinvested, in GBP.
Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Past performance is not a guide to the future.
Total return, net of charges and any applicable fees using capital only Net Asset Values (NAVs) with net dividend (if any) reinvested, in sterling. For detail see the Trust’s latest Report & Accounts.
Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Past performance is not a guide to the future.


Invest from:

  • Lump sum: £500
  • Monthly: £50

Fund charges:

  • Initial charge: 0.00%
  • Ongoing charge: -
  • Exit charge: 0.00%
  • Brokerage: £10.00 

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Investment horizon:

Not available

What does this mean?

The SRRI (Synthetic Risk and Reward Indicator) is a measure of the overall risk and reward profile of a fund. Funds are categorised on a scale from 1 to 7, with 1 being lowest risk and 7 being highest risk. Typically, the SRRI is derived from the volatility of past returns over a 5-year period.

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Why invest in this fund?

  • The trust primarily seeks a dividend yield which is higher than the average emerging market company but also growth companies in this exciting equity sector. This gives the fund attractive total return qualities which may help investors to look through the associated volatility on a more strategic basis.

Points to consider

  • The investment objective of a trust may allow some flexibility in terms in portfolio composition.
  • Exchange rate changes may cause the value of underlying overseas investments to go down as well as up.
  • Investments in smaller companies may involve a higher degree of risk as these are usually more sensitive to price movements.
  • Shares in smaller companies and emerging markets are generally traded less frequently than those in larger companies and established markets. This means that there may be difficulty in both buying and selling shares and individual share prices may be subject to short-term price fluctuations.
  • External factors may cause an entire asset class to decline in value. Prices and values of all shares or all bonds could decline at the same time.
  • Investments in emerging markets may involve a higher element of risk due to political and economic instability and underdeveloped markets and systems.
  • This trust may invest in non investment grade bonds which increases the capital risk and have an adverse effect on the performance of funds which invest in them.
  • Where permitted, a trust may invest in other investment trusts that utilise gearing (borrowing) which will exaggerate market movements both up and down.
  • For income funds/shares - Dividend income is not guaranteed and will fluctuate.
  • Investing in high yielding stocks may involve higher degree of risk as high yields are not guaranteed and will fluctuate.
  • The Company may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the Net Asset Value (NAV) meaning that a relatively small movement, down or up, in the value of the Company’s assets will result in a magnified movement, in the same direction, of that NAV.

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