Aberdeen Standard SICAV I - Asian Smaller Companies Fund (USD) A2
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(Last Update : 2023/01/30)
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Fund House Aberdeen Intl Fund Managers Ltd
Fund Type Equity Funds
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Sector Asian Small & Mid Cap.
Geographic Allocation Asia (ex Japan)
Fund Investment Objective & Strategy
The Fund aims to achieve a combination of growth and income by investing in smaller capitalisation companies in Asia Pacific countries (excluding Japan), which adhere to the abrdn Promoting ESG Equity Investment Approach.
Key Risks
General risk: The value of shares and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount invested. Equity risk: The value of the Fund that invests in equity and equity-related securities will be affected by economic, political, market, and issuer specific changes. Such changes may adversely affect securities, regardless of company specific performance. Risk of investing in smaller companies: The Fund invests in smaller companies which are likely to carry higher risks than larger companies. The Fund invests in smaller companies where share price volatility may be experienced and above average price movements may be expected. Exchange rates risk: Movements in exchange rates can impact on both the level of income received and the capital value of your investment. If the currency of your country of residence strengthens against the currency in which the underlying investments of the Fund are made, the value of your investment will reduce and vice versa. Emerging markets risk: The Fund invests in emerging markets which tend to be more volatile than mature markets and the value of your investment could move sharply up or down. In some circumstances, the underlying investments may become illiquid which may constrain the Investment Manager’s ability to realise some or all of the portfolio. The registration and settlement arrangements in emerging markets may be less developed than in more mature markets so the operational risks of investing are higher. Political risks and adverse economic circumstances are more likely to arise, putting the value of your investment at risk. Emerging market refers to any country that is included in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index or composite thereof (or any successor index, if revised), or any country classified by the World Bank as a low to upper middle income country.
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