AXA Rosenberg Global Emerging Markets Equity Alpha Fund


Last NAV 22.7100 GBP as of 16/09/19


Investment objectives

The aim of the Sub-Fund is to provide long-term capital growth above that of the MSCI Emerging Markets (EM) Index on a rolling three year basis.The MSCI Emerging Markets (EM) Index is designed to measure the performance of shares of companies listed on stock exchanges of emerging market countries in the world. The index's composition is available on


Synthetic Risk & Reward Information scale

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The risk category is calculated using historical performance data and may not be a reliable indicator of the Sub-Fund's future risk profile. The risk category shown is not guaranteed and may shift over time. The lowest category does not mean risk free.

Why is this Fund in this category?

The capital of the Sub-Fund is not guaranteed. The Sub-Fund is invested in financial markets and uses techniques and instruments which may be subject to sudden and significant variation, which may result in substantial gains or losses.

Additional risks

Counterparty Risk: failure by any counterparty to a transaction (e.g. derivatives) with the Sub-Fund to meet its obligations may adversely affect the value of the fund. The Sub-Fund may receive assets from the counterparty to protect against any such adverse effect but there is a risk that the value of such assets at the time of the failure would be insufficient to cover the loss to the Sub-Fund. Stock Lending: the Sub-Fund may enter into securities lending agreements and as a result be subject to increased counterparty risk. Should the counterparty fail financially, the securities received will be called upon. However in the event of significant market volatility at the time of default the value of those securities received could fall below the value of the lent securities. In this instance the manager would not have sufficient cash to purchase the equivalent value of securities lent out which could result in a significant negative impact on the Sub-Fund's value. Risk linked to Method and Model: attention is drawn to the fact that the Sub-Fund's strategy is based on the utilisation of a proprietary share selection model. The effectiveness of the model is not guaranteed and the utilisation of the model may not result in the investment objective being met. Operational Risk: the Sub-Fund is subject to the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people or systems or those of third parties such as those responsible for the custody of the Sub-Fund's assets.

Investment horizon

This Fund may not be suitable for investors who plan to withdraw their contribution within 5 years.

Fund manager comment : 31/08/19

Emerging market equities lagged developed markets in August, with the benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets index posting a 4.9% loss in US dollar terms. The index fell to a seven-month low amid a global sell-off over fears of a slowdown in growth and rising global trade tensions. The Fund underperformed its benchmark, net of fees and expenses applicable to the A USD share class. The Fund’s style exposures and stock selection weighed on relative returns while industry allocations provided some positive contributions. Style-wise it was the emphasis to value stocks based on book assets that proved detrimental as value stocks remained firmly out of favour. Offsetting to some degree was the Fund’s positive exposure to the momentum factor, which outperformed over August. From an industry standpoint, the overweight to the retail industry was additive as investors rotated to more defensive areas of the market. Above-benchmark holdings in staples such as food and drinks retailers, Luzhou KLaojiao, Zhongsheng, Charoen Pkphand Foods, Vipshops and Cia De Bebidas Das Americas featured among the top contributors to excess returns. Stock selection was challenging across a number of sectors, particularly in materials which lagged the broader market due to increased trade tensions. Weak stock picks from this sector came from holding above-benchmark positions in NMDC, Kumba Iron Ore and Cia Siderugica Nacianal SA. The largest individual stock detractors came from overweight holdings in Brazilian banks, Banco Do Brasil and Banco Bradesco as the financials sector underperformed in August.


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First NAV date 30/06/06


Distribution country

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Ongoing Charges 1.06%

Fund facts

Currency USD
Start date 30/06/06
RI fund False
Legal authority Central Bank of Ireland

Portfolio management

Fund Manager Anubhuti GUPTA
Investment team MT AXA Rosenberg 4


Investment area Global Emerging Markets
Legal form Unit Trust

Subscription and redemption

The subscription, conversion or redemption orders must be received by the Registrar and Transfer Agent, no later than 1 p.m. Irish time one business day before the relevant Dealing (business) Day. Orders will be processed at the Net Asset Value calculated for that Dealing Day.Please note that there may be additional processing time if your order is placed via intermediaries such as platforms, financial advisors or distributors.The Net Asset Value of this Sub-Fund is calculated on a daily basis. Minimum initial investment: £100,000 Minimum subsequent investment: £5,000