Belvoir Global Allocation II Universal Fund

Investment strategy

The fund invests primarily in equities, equity funds and equity-like investments. Depending on the market situation, the majority of the Fund may also be invested in bonds, liquidity and other asset classes. The investments are not linked to any reference index. Investments can be selected from all over the world, all freely convertible currencies and all economic sectors.

For efficient management, the Fund may use derivative financial instruments for hedging and investment purposes on securities, equity and bond indices, currencies and exchange-traded funds as well as forward exchange contracts and swaps.

Fund data
Currency EUR
ISIN / WKN DE000A0RA4N9 / A0RA4N
Bloomberg BELGAII GR
Fund domicile Germany
Fund type OGAW
Fund category mixed funds, balanced, international
Launch date 20.11.2008
Currency fund EUR
End of year 31. October
Use of proceeds accumulating
Management company Universal Investment GmbH
Depisotary Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co. KG
Distribution CH, DE, AT, UK
Administration fee p.a. 0.4%
Management fee p.a. 1.5%
Depositary fee p.a. 0.15%
Level performance fee 10%
Hurdle Rate no
TER without performance fee 1.88%
Performance fee 0.67%
High watermark yes
 

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Qualified investor: definition

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1. regulated financial intermediaries such as banks, securities traders, fund management companies and asset managers of collective investment schemes as well as central banks

2. regulated insurance institutions

3. public entities and retirement benefits institutions with professional treasury operations

4. companies with professional treasury operations

5. investors who have concluded a written discretionary management agreement with a regulated financial intermediary pursuant to section 1 whom they have not notified in writing that they do not wish to be considered as qualified investors (no “opting out”);

6. Investors who have concluded a written discretionary management agreement with an independent asset manager whom they have not notified in writing that they do not wish to be considered as qualified investors (no “opting out”) and provided (i) the independent asset manager in its capacity as financial intermediary is governed by Article 2 para 3 (e) of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 10 October 1997 (“AMLA”), (ii) the independent asset manager is governed by the code of conduct issued by a specific industry body, such code of conduct being recognised as the minimum standard by FINMA, and (iii) the discretionary management agreement complies with the standards of a specific industry body, such standards being recognised as the minimum standard by FINMA; or

7. high-net-worth individuals who have confirmed in writing to a financial intermediary pursuant to section 1, or to an independent asset manager that meets the requirements described in section 6, that they wish to be considered as qualified investors (“opting-in”) and that they (a) have the knowledge required to understand the risks of the investments based on their individual education and professional experience or based on comparable experience in the financial sector and hold assets of at least CHF 500,000, or (b) hold assets of at least CHF 5 million.

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