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Where a fund invests in debt instruments (such as bonds) there is a risk that the entity who issues the contract will not be able to repay the debtor to pay the interest on the debt. If this happens then the value of the Fund may vary sharply in value or result in loss. Also, the value of the debt instrument may go up or down with changing interest rates.
The value of equities (such as shares in a company) can be affected by market movements. Other influential factors include political and economic news, company earnings and significant corporate events. Currency fluctuations between the share class currency and the base currency of a fund may adversely affect the value of an investment a fund.
The performance of a fund that invests in emerging markets will have a significant dependence on the economic environment of emerging markets. Because of this (i) the fund’s investments may be difficult to buy and sell, (ii) the price of the fund’s investments are likely to go up and down more than shares of companies in developed markets, (iii) the exchange rate of foreign currencies in emerging markets are subject to greater fluctuations, (iv) there may be restrictions on removing the funds or other assets from the jurisdiction, (v) there is less publicly available information about the companies, (vi) there may be higher costs, (vii) the markets may not be as well regulated, (viii) there may be governmental interference, (ix) there may be higher inflation and more social, economic and political uncertainties than in developed markets. Where a fund will have many investments in shares of small and mid-sized companies, because they are not large companies (i) their shares may be difficult to buy and sell (ii) they may rely on less diversified streams of revenue (iii) the price of their shares are likely to go up and down more than shares of larger companies. Where a fund will be exposed to any institutions providing custody of assets, deposits or acting as counterparty on financial Derivatives. In the event of a counterparty experiencing financial difficulties, the fund may be exposed to financial loss.
Where a fund may invest in secured or unsecured loans. Loans that are fully secured offer the fund more protection than an unsecured loan, in the event of non-payment of scheduled interest or principal. However, there is no assurance that the sale of assets from a secured loan would satisfy the borrower’s obligation. The use of leverage may result in large fluctuations in the net asset value of a fund, amplifying both gains and losses. Where a fund makes extensive use of Financial Derivative Instruments (FDIs), the value of which depends on the performance of an underlying asset. Small changes in the price of that asset may cause larger changes in the value of the FDIs, increasing either potential gain or loss. FDIs can be used to alter the exposure to underlying Investments. Depending on how they are used, FDIs may increase or decrease the overall volatility of the fund and carry the risk of substantial loss in market conditions which are not expected by the Investment Manager at the time the FDIs are entered into.
In difficult market conditions, certain investments may be harder to sell at the last quoted market price.
Asset-Backed Securities do not have a security interest in the underlying assets and the ability to enforce security may be limited. Mortgage Backed Securities have a higher risk of decline during periods of rising interest rates. The complexity of these instruments may make valuation more difficult and a fund may need to invest the proceeds from investing in property is an illiquid investment and may result in deferment of redemption of units. The value of the property is a matter of a valuer’s opinion rather than fact.
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