HGIF Indian Equity (USD) AD
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(Last Update : 2022/06/28)
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Fund House HSBC Investment Funds (Hong Kong) Limited
Fund Type Equity Funds
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Geographic Allocation India
Fund Investment Objective & Strategy
The Fund seeks long-term total return (meaning capital growth and income) by investing in a portfolio of shares (or securities that are similar to shares) of Indian companies. The companies issuing these shares have a registered office and official stock-market listing in India, orcarry out most of their business there.
Key Risks
Investment risk:The Fund is an investment fund. There is no guarantee of the repayment of principal.The Fund’s investment portfolio may fall in value and therefore your investment in the Fund may suffer losses.Equity risk:The value of equity securities are affected by the business, performance and activities of individual companies as well as general market and economic conditions, and this may adversely impact on the Fund’s net asset value.Concentration risk:The Fund’s investments are concentrated in India. This may result in greater volatility than portfolios which comprise broad-based global investments.Emerging market risk:India is an emerging market. Investing in emerging markets involves a greater risk of loss than investing in more developed markets due to,among other factors, greater political, tax, economic, foreign exchange, liquidity, market volatility (such as interest rate and price volatility) and regulatory risks.The Fund may be liquidated on the occurrence of certain events specified in the offering document.Upon liquidation, all the assets of the Fund will be realized and the net proceeds thereof which are available for distribution will be distributed to its holders in proportion to their holdings. Investors should note that the amount distributed to them may be less than the amount of their initial investment.Risk associated with investment through Mauritius Subsidiary:By investing through the Mauritius Subsidiary, the Fund intends to benefit from the double tax treaty concluded between Mauritius and India. However, the new Direct Tax Code due to take effect from 1 April 2012 may limit the ability of the Mauritius Subsidiary to access the benefits of the Indian-Mauritius tax treaty from that date. It cannot be guaranteed that the Fund will always have these tax advantages.Furthermore, amendments could be made to the double tax treaty which could affect the taxation of the Fund’s investments and/or the taxation of the Mauritius Subsidiary and, consequently, the value of share in the Fund.Applicable law in Mauritius asserts the total separation between the Mauritius Subsidiary and the Fund in cases involving the Mauritius Subsidiary’s commitments toward third parties. In exceptional cases, there is a risk that the Fund could be held responsible for such commitments.
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