Fund Manager, Asia Pacific
The LF Canlife Asia Pacific Fund aims to provide capital growth mainly from investment in equities quoted on Asia Pacific (including Australian) stock markets, excluding Japan
LF Canlife Asia Pacific Fund
For further details on the objective and investment policy, visit the Literature section to view fund KIIDs and Prospectus.
How the Fund is managed
The fund typically invests in ten or more countries in the region with a different approach for each market. The managers' have the freedom to invest wherever the opportunities lie without being unduly tied to benchmark weightings or specific country allocations
Asia is a highly diverse region where an investor cannot succeed by simply taking on passive exposure to all countries. Investing here requires good knowledge of each country and their financial markets in order to unearth compelling investment opportunities
The investment approach combines the benefits of taking a top-down, macroeconomic view of each economy as well as a bottom-up approach to stock selection in order to achieve the best positioning for prevailing market conditions
The value of investments may fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the amount invested
Due to the underlying assets held, the price of the fund is classed as having above average to high volatility.
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