The investment objective of the C WorldWide Asia composite is to achieve long-term capital growth exceeding the return of the market with a moderate risk profile in line with or below the market risk. The portfolio’s investment philosophy is to combine long-term trends and short-term themes with thorough stock-picking in order to generate an attractive, long-term return for the patient investor. Considering Asia’s special market structure the portfolio will normally consist of 35–70 stocks, and will consist of a combination of large as well as medium and small-cap stocks. Our past experience has taught us the importance of having exposure to this market segment in order to capitalise on Asia’s growth case. The portfolio has a concentrated approach based on a narrow selection of carefully analysed investment themes. The portfolio invests in listed equities in Asia excluding Japan.
|C WorldWide Asia Composite||Benchmark|
TOP 10 HOLDINGS
|Share in %|
|Samsung Electronics||7.6 %|
|Tencent Holdings||6.0 %|
|Alibaba Group||4.6 %|
|Sunny Optical Tech||3.8 %|
|Sunac China Holdings||3.5 %|
|China Overseas Land & Investment||3.2 %|
|Largan Precision||3.1 %|
|AIA Group||2.9 %|
RETURN & RISK
|1 Y||3 Y|
|C WorldWide Asia Composite (%)||30.1||17.7|
|Relative performance (%)||3.3||5.6|
|Std. dev. portfolio (%)||16.5|
|Std. dev. benchmark (%)||14.6|
|Portfolio category:||Asia ex. Japan|
|Launch date:||30 June 2001|
|Benchmark:||MSCI AC Asia ex. Japan|
|Investment Manager:||C WorldWide Asset Management|
|Portfolio Manager:||Allan Christensen|
|Performance calculation:||Performance figures are GIPS verified|
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