All Sub-Funds are dealt on a forward-pricing basis and the listed information is for reference only. Investment involves risk. The price quoted is for your reference and is subject to change without notice. Price of units of the Sub-Funds and the income generated from them (if any) may go down as well as up.
⊲ Fund performance is calculated in the base currency of the Sub-Fund or the denominated currency of the relevant class of Units on a NAV-to-NAV basis with gross distribution reinvested.
⊳ If the history of the relevant class of Units of the Sub-Fund is less than 1 year in a calendar year, the corresponding calendar year performance will be calculated from the inception date to that calendar year-end.
◎ “A” means “Class A”;“A-AD” means “Class A – Administration”;“A-AD Acc” means “Class A – Administration Acc”;“C” means “Class C”;“R” means “Retail Class”;“P-A” means “Provident Class – Class A”;“P-B” means “Provident Class – Class B”;“P-AD” means “Provident Administration Class”;“I” means “Investment Class”. Class A - Administration, Class A - Administration Acc, Provident Administration Class are only available to pension, provident or retirement schemes that use the trust administrative and fiduciary services of the Trustee. Provident Class – Class A is only available to provident, pension or retirement funds/schemes managed or advised by the Investment Manager. Provident Class – Class B is only available to provident, pension or retirement funds/schemes not managed or advised by the Investment Manager. Investment Class is only available to Collective Investment Schemes or other individual or institutional investors that fulfill the specific minimum investment and subsequent holding requirements. This class is not applicable to investors who are eligible to invest in either the Provident Class Units or Retail Class Units.
▽ “NAV”means Net Asset Value. NAV per unit means Net Asset Value per unit. The issue / redemption price of the Sub-Fund will be the same as the NAV per unit, subject to a swing pricing adjustment where the net amount of subscription or redemption of the Sub-Fund exceed a pre-determined swing threshold (if applicable). Investors should be informed that swing pricing is a liquidity risk management tool to ensure fair treatments to investors who remain in the Sub-Fund.
◇ Risk levels are categorized into low, low to medium, medium, medium to high and high. The risk levels are determined by BOCI-Prudential Asset Management Limited based on the investment mix of each Sub-Fund and/or its underlying investments, and represent only the views of BOCI-Prudential Asset Management Limited in respect of the relevant Sub-Fund. Such risk levels are for reference only and should not be regarded as investment advice. You should not rely on the risk levels only when making any investment decision. The risk level will be reviewed and (if appropriate) updated at least annually without prior notice, taking into account the prevailing market circumstances. If you are in doubt about the information of risk level, you should seek independent financial and professional advice.
◻Please refer to the section “Distribution Policy” stated in the relevant offering documents for the details of the distribution policy of each Sub-Fund.
ℽ Investors can refer to the relevant “Notice to Unitholders” for the indicative per annum distribution rate declared by the Manager. Please click the “Document” tab at the top of this page to obtain the relevant documents.
△ Investors can refer to the “Fund Distribution Composition” for the distribution policy and composition of the latest distribution. Please click the “Document” tab at the top of this page to obtain the relevant documents.
♦ Where class of Units is denominated in a currency other than the base currency of the Sub-Fund, investors may be subject to currency risk and/ or foreign exchange risk.
♯ Investors of Class A–RMB Hedged Currency Class Units, Class A–RMB Units or Retail Class (RMB) Units may be subject to RMB currency and conversion risk.
▲ Only available to investors of Mainland China, and is not offered in Hong Kong.
§ Investor should pay attention to the Currency Hedged Class risk. There can be no assurance that any currency hedging strategy employed by the Manager will effectively eliminate the currency exposure of the relevant Sub-Fund and Unitholders of the relevant Currency Hedged Class may be exposed to currency exchange risk for non-hedged classes. Further, if the counterparties of the instruments used for hedging purposes default, Unitholders of the Currency Hedged Class may be exposed to currency exchange risk on an unhedged basis and may therefore suffer further losses. Where hedging is undertaken, it may preclude Unitholders in the relevant Currency Hedged Class from benefiting from an increase in the value of the relevant Sub-Fund’s base currency.
* The Units of the Sub-Fund are denominated in GBP and therefore investors who invest with a currency other than GBP may be subject to foreign exchange risk.
** The Units of the Sub-Fund are denominated in AUD and therefore investors who invest with a currency other than AUD may be subject to foreign exchange risk.
^ The Sub-Fund is denominated in RMB. Investors may be subject to RMB currency risk and exchange rate risk.
*** The BOCHK Asia Pacific Property Fund has been authorized by the SFC under section 104 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Cap. 571 of the Laws of Hong Kong) and the Code on Unit Trusts and Mutual Funds but not the Code on Real Estate Investment Trusts. SFC authorization is not a recommendation or endorsement of the Sub-Fund, nor does it guarantee the commercial merits of the Sub-Fund or its performance. It does not mean the Sub-Fund is suitable for all investors nor is it an endorsement of the Sub-Fund’s suitability for any particular investor or classes of investor.
Investors should carefully consider their own investment objectives, risk tolerance level and other circumstances and seek independent financial and professional advice as appropriate before making any investments. Please refer to the offering documents of the relevant Sub-Funds for further details (including risk factors, fees and fund information).
Investors should note that Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited and Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited are not the Manager of the BOCHK Investment Funds and NCB investment Funds whilst BOCI-Prudential Asset Management Limited is the Manager of these Funds. Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited is the Sponsor of BOCHK Investment Funds and the Distributor of certain Sub-Funds of BOCHK Investment Funds, and Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited is the Sponsor and Distributor of NCB Investment Funds.
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