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An alternative to cash with enhanced yield, near-zero interest-rate risk and limited credit risk
UBAM - Dynamic Euro Bond offers investors the benefit of a cash-enhanced fund with limited downside due to active management of the portfolio’s structure. It is an appealing option for investors looking for an alternative to the currently very low returns provided by cash. In addition, the fund will benefit from rising short-term rates as it mainly invests in floating-rate notes. The fund offers a very attractive yield-to-risk profile. It has a proven track record of low volatility and had very limited drawdowns during the credit crisis in 2008 and the euro sovereign crisis in 2011.
Cash is currently offering zero, or even negative rates. Against this backdrop, UBAM - Dynamic Euro Bond is offering an appealing yield-to-risk profile. The fund is positioned in stable names with a limited credit risk of less than 2.0 years and an average rating of BBB/A. In addition, it will benefit from rising short-term interest rates through its exposure to floating-rate notes.
UBAM - Dynamic Euro Bond aims to provide investors with consistent excess returns above money-market rates with nearzero interest-rate risk and moderate credit risk. It seeks to achieve euro three-month Libor +100 bp per year (net of fees) within a target maximum annualised volatility rate of 1.5%. The fund consists of a core portfolio that invests primarily in euro-denominated, shortduration floating-rate notes issued by a diverse range of financial and non-financial companies.
|Data as at 14/02/2020||MTD||YTD||2019||2018||2017||2016||2015|
|UBAM - Dynamic Euro Bond IC EUR||0.04%||0.03%||0.36%||-1.16%||0.17%||0.32%||-0.16%|
Past performance is not indicative of present and/or future results. Price and availability are subject to change without notice. The value of investments may go up or down and investors may not get back the amount invested. Changes in foreign exchange rates may also cause the value of investments to fluctuate.
|Status – Articles of Association||28.08.2017|
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