Invesco Wholesale Global Opportunities Fund - Hedged - Class A
About this Fund
|FUND MANAGER||Invesco Australia|
|ASSET CLASS||GLOBAL EQUITIES|
The Fund Invest in global equity securities listed in developed or developing markets that generally have a minimum market capitalisation of US $1 Billion.
The Fund aims to provide long-term capital growth through a portfolio of global equities.
|BENCHMARK||MSCI All Country World Net TR Index - hedged in A$ (reference only)|
|FUND SIZE||MSCI All Country World Net TR Index - hedged in A$ (reference only)|
|NO. OF HOLDINGS||35-45|
Benefits of investing in the Invesco Wholesale Global Opportunities Fund - Hedged - Class A
The Fund offers a range of features and benefits:
Invesco also provides a number of features to help you better manage and track your investments:
Additional features for non mFund investors:
The Fund is suitable to investors seeking a long term investment and who seek returns in line with the Fund's investment objectives.
|RISK LEVEL||Very High Risk|
About the Fund
The underlying Fund is managed by Stephen Anness and the Global Equities team in the Henley Investment Centre, England. The team uses a fundamental, bottom-up approach driven by valuation, building a concentrated, 'best ideas', high conviction global equity portfolio. The team builds a 35-45 stock portfolio drawn from a pool of 60-100 candidate stocks, which are in turn selected from a much wider universe of securities with a minimum market cap of US$1 billion (approximately 7,000 securities).
To provide long-term capital growth through a portfolio of global equities.
About Invesco Australia
Invesco Ltd. is one of the world's leading specialist investment managers. The firm has funds under management of more than US$1,180 billion globally (as at 30 September 2019) and operates in over 20 countries. Invesco is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol IVZ'.
Invesco Ltd. has more than 8,000 staff including 800-plus investment professionals managing a broad array of specialised investment strategies - ranging from major equity, fixed income, and property assets to alternative assets such as direct real estate, bank loans, multi strategy, private equity and commodities. These capabilities are delivered through numerous investment centres worldwide designed around distinctive asset classes, styles or regional expertise.
In Australia, Invesco has been managing and/or distributing investment portfolios for more than 20 years. Headquartered in Melbourne, our investment capabilities include Australian equities (large cap long-only and long/short; and small cap); fixed income (senior secured loans); global equities (fundamental high conviction); alternatives (multi asset; direct property); and listed property.
How we invest your money
The Fund invests in global equity securities listed in developed or developing markets that generally have a minimum market capitalisation of US $1 billion.
Our investment approach is active and research driven. We look to identify significantly undervalued companies and leverage these opportunities through a primarily bottom-up, fundamentally driven, unconstrained investment process. We look to identify companies with attractive valuations that deliver sustainable returns through the economic cycle, as well as companies with strong financial characteristics, strong franchises and management that is focused on disciplined capital allocation.
With a strong emphasis on valuation, when considering a security we look to identify where there is asymmetry between the expected rewards and risks taken. In order to understand the risks faced, the impact of top-down factors on companies are also considered.
The underlying investments are managed by Invesco's Henley office (United Kingdom), with supervision and monitoring undertaken by our Melbourne office.
The underlying portfolio generally holds between 30 and 50 stocks.
The Fund is permitted to borrow and to grant security over its assets. We do not intend to borrow or raise money in connection with the Fund for investment purposes, but may from time to time borrow for administrative purposes such as to cover timing differences between settlement of sales and purchases of underlying securities, and funding withdrawals.
Typical Asset Class Exposure
The Fund seeks to generally be fully invested.