JPMORGAN CHINA A-SHARES OPPORTUNITIES FAM FUND
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Objective & Strategy
The investment objective of the of the Sub-Fund is to provide long-term capital growth by investing primarily in companies of the People’s Republic of China (“PCR”). The Investment Manager will seek to achieve this objective by investing the Sub-Fund’s assets in the following: At least 67% in China A Shares of companies that are domiciled or carrying out the main part of their economic activity, in the PRC through the China-Hong Kong Stock Connect Programmes and the RQFII and QFII programmes. These investments may include small capitalization companies. The Sub-Fund may be concentrated in a limited number of securities or sectors from time to time. l l Up to 10% of the net asset value in unlisted equities. l Up to 10% in Underlying Funds within the meaning of Regulation 68(1)(e) of the UCITS Regulations. l Cash and cash equivalent only on an ancillary basis. l Up to 10% of the net asset value in certain structured notes. l Futures and forwards for the purposes and within the limits of the supplement. l Securities lending for a max of 20% exposure. Investors should familiarise themselves with the risks involved in investing in this Sub-Fund, as per the prospectus, and, in particular, with the risks related to the QFII and RQFII and the Liquidity Risk, described in the supplement. There can be no guarantee that the investment objective will actually be attained, and investors are explicitly warned that this Sub-Fund is not a capital guaranteed product. Investors can redeem their Shares on any Business Day, as defined in the supplement. Investors can ask for full or partial redemption of the Shares held. SFDR Classification: The Sub-Fund is classified as an Art. 8 financial product under SFDR. For more detailed information on the ESG components of the Sub-Fund as well as the integration of sustainability risks into the investment decision process, please refer to the supplement and to the ICAV prospectus. Benchmark Information: The Sub-Fund is actively managed in reference to the CSI 300 Net Total Return Index. The Investment Manager has broad discretion to deviate from the Index. The degree to which the Sub-Fund may resemble the composition and risk characteristics of the Index will vary over time and its performance may therefore be meaningfully different from the one of the Index. The Benchmark Administrator is China Securities Index Company, Ltd.