Fund report as of 11/14/2018
The Kathrein Euro Core Government Bond invests mainly in government bonds of the former "hard" currency countries Germany, Austria, France, Netherlands, Belgium and Finland. The fund will not invest in Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain. In addition to the strict country criteria, a minimum rating criteria of AA will be targeted. The benchmark is EFFAS Germany >1 Year. The fund's objective is to provide stable returns over a medium-term horizon above and beyond the benchmark by implementing a model, which is based on the assumption that the business and central bank interest rate cycles translate into trends in government bond markets.
A: 101.82 EUR
|Capital gains||-0.91 EUR|
|Ordinary income||1.10 EUR|
|Fund size||23,176,652.90 EUR|
|Distribution||1.50 EUR (from 2/15)|
Performance (11/14/2013 - 11/14/2018)
|2 years (p.a.)||-1.21%|
|3 years (p.a.)||0.01%|
|5 years (p.a.)||2.13%|
|10 years (p.a.)||nichtrelevant|
|since inception (p.a.)||2.24%|
Performance is calculated in accordance with the OeKB method and expressed as a percentage, assuming reinvestment of dividends. Charges such as management fees or other costs charged against the assets of the fund are included, whereas front-end loads (up to 3.00% of the capital invested) have not been included. This will reduce performance proportionate to the specific amount of capital invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future developments of the fund. Tax treatment depends on the investor’s personal situation and may be subject to future changes. *Sharpe ratio: This key figure compares the historical excess return over money market with its historical volatility. It characterizes how well the return of an asset compensates for the risk taken.
Portfolio manager comments as of October 2018
September witness a partially settling down of volatility in emerging market currencies after several months of partially extreme turbulences. The Turkish central bank raised rates on September 13 from 17.75 % to 24 %. Investors then moved on to other topics. The focus then was more on the price increases in the Eurozone of 2 % in August, which was partially caused by a crude oil price increase of 21 % since the beginning of the year. The US-Fed raised rates as expected on September 26 by 0.25 % to 2.25 % and will continue to raise rates to 3 % according to expectations. The trade conflict with China has yet to show any negative effect on the growth forecast, but this could occur with a time lag and is dependent on the dynamic of the escalations. Currently domestic demand is the pillar of growth. The yield increase in the USA as well as the positive expectations for global growth, pushed yields higher in Europe. By the end of September, the Italian government railed the markets by proposing a 2019 budget deficit of 2.4 %.
** 'Current charges' includes the management fee and all fees charged during the previous year. Transaction costs and performance fees are not included in 'current charges'. 'Current charges' can vary from one year to the next. The annual report of the fund includes details about any fees charged (sub-item 'expenses').This document is for advertising purposes only and does not constitute an offer or recommendation for the purchase or sale of financial instruments. The published prospectus as well as the key investor information document pertaining to this investment fund can be accessed in German at www.rcm.at or requested from Kathrein Privatbank Aktiengesellschaft. Despite thorough research and collection of data, Kathrein Privatbank Aktiengesellschaft does not assume liability for nor does it guarantee the accuracy of the data presented.