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JPMorgan Global Macro Opportunities Fund - Class A units

The JPMorgan Global Macro Opportunities Fund - Class A units leverages global macro themes to generate positive performance. This multi-asset macro thematic fund targets positive returns in various market conditions by capitalising on the return opportunities created by economic trends within a highly risk-controlled framework. To convert global macroeconomic trends into returns, the fund capitalises on the expertise of an experienced team of macro and total return investors by investing flexibly across asset classes using a selection of traditional (long-only equity and fixed income) and sophisticated (including relative value and dynamic hedging) investment strategies. This allows investors to participate in market rallies, while limiting risk exposures in periods of market correction.

Fund highlights

  • Capitalises on global macroeconomic trends to drive returns using a dynamic multi-asset approach

  • Benefits from enhanced diversification and sophisticated multi-dimensional risk management

  • Leverages expertise of an experienced team of macro strategists and specialist total return investors

  • The fund uses an integrated, multi-dimensional risk framework, in which risk is managed robustly at all levels-by theme, region, asset class and strategy.

Investment Objective

  • To achieve capital appreciation in excess of its cash benchmark by investing primarily in securities, globally, using financial derivative instruments where appropriate.

Fund Details

  • Fund Manager: Shrenick Shah
  • Fund launch date: 2 May 2016
  • ISIN: AU60PER07584
  • APIR: PER0758AU
  • Benchmark: Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index

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Fund Factsheet

Fund Commentary

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