SUB FUND RISK PROFILE The subfund is classified in category 3 (A, B and I shares) in line with the nature of securities and geographical zones in the “objectives and investment policy” section of the key investor information document (KIID). Capital loss risk: as the subfund does not have any guarantee or protection, the capital initially invested might not be restituted in full even if subscribers hold their shares over the recommended investment horizon. Credit risk: the main risk is issuer payment default on interest payments and/or on reimbursement of the capital. Credit risk also concerns issuer downgrades. Subscribers are warned that the subfund’s net asset value could fall should a total loss be incurred on a transaction due to counterparty default. Any private company debt held directly by the portfolio or through mutual subfunds exposes the subfund to changes in the issuing company’s credit rating. Credit risk from investing in speculative securities: the subfund may invest in government and corporate rated as non investment grade by a rating agency (i.e. rated below BBB- by Standards and Poor’s or an equivalent rating from another independent agency) or considered as equivalent by our investment company. These issues are so-called speculative debt securities with a higher risk of issuer default. The subfund must be viewed as partly speculative and concerns in particular investors who are aware of the risks inherent in these securities. Consequently, investing in high yield securities (speculative securities which have a higher default risk) may entail a bigger fall in the subfund’s net asset value. Interest rate risk: exposure to bond instruments, whether debt securities or money market instruments, means the subfund is sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. Interest rate risk might entail a capital loss from yield curve movements and therefore a fall in the subfund’s net asset value. Risks from emerging market investments: the subfund may be exposed to emerging markets. In addition to stock-specific risks, there is a risk from external factors, especially on these markets. Investors should also note that operating conditions and supervisory standards on these markets may differ from those on major international stock markets. As a result, holding these securities may increase the portfolio’s risk. As market falls in emerging markets may be more pronounced and faster than in developed countries, the subfund’s NAV may also suffer larger and faster declines. Risk from participation in financial contracts and counterparty risk: the use of financial contracts may mean a sharper and faster fall in the subfund’s net asset value than that of the markets in which the subfund is invested. Counterparty risk stems from the subfund’s use of OTC financial contracts and/or temporary acquisitions and disposals of securities. These transactions may expose the subfund to counterparty default risk and therefore a fall in the subfund’s net asset value.
July 2019. This document is issued by Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management (France). Non-binding document. This document is for information purpose only. Any reproduction, disclosure or dissemination without prior consent from the Edmond de Rothschild Group is strictly prohibited. The information provided in this document should not be considered as an offer, an inducement, or solicitation to deal by anyone in any jurisdiction where it would be unlawful or where the person providing it is not qualified to do so. It is not intended to constitute, and should not be construed as investment, legal, or tax advice, nor as a recommendation to buy, sell or continue to hold any investment. EdRAM shall incur no liability for any investment decisions based on this document. The Funds presented herein may not be registered and/or authorised in your country. You should seek advice from your professional advisor if you are in doubt as to whether any of the Funds mentioned might be suitable for your individual situation. Any investment involves specific risks. We recommend investors to ensure the suitability and/or appropriateness of any investment to its individual situation, using appropriate independent advice, where necessary. Furthermore, investors must read the key investor information document (KIID) and/or any other legal documentation requested by local regulation, that are provided to them before any subscription and available at, or upon request free of charge. « Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management » or « EdRAM » is the commercial name of the asset management entities of the Edmond de Rothschild Group.
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