JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund

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Fund Description

For fund managers James Syme and Paul Wimborne, identifying the right countries in which to invest is the most important influence on investment performance. Complementing their top-down view is a stock selection process that focuses on identifying quality growth stocks within their favoured countries. The result is a large-cap biased portfolio of typically 50-60 stocks.

Investment Strategy
  • James and Paul believe country allocation is the major driver of outperformance in emerging markets
  • Through an exhaustive monthly country allocation process that covers all 20+ countries within the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, the fund managers produce country allocation targets for each country within the index based on a five-factor analysis: Growth, Liquidity, Currency, Management/Politics and Valuation of equity market
  • Complementing their top-down view is a stock selection process that focuses on identifying quality growth stocks trading on attractive valuations within the fund managers’ favoured countries
  • Over time, they expect that top-down and bottom-up decisions will each contribute 50% of total value added
Reasons To Invest
  • Emerging markets are playing an increasingly important role in investors’ asset allocation decisions. They have witnessed dynamic expansion in recent years but should continue to drive global economic growth in the years ahead
  • Established, transparent investment process that has a long-term track record of outperformance
  • Strong emphasis on risk management and a consistent investment style tilt through the market cycle
  • James Syme

    Senior Fund Manager

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  • Paul Wimborne

    Senior Fund Manager

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The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

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Investment Objective

The JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund aims to achieve long-term capital appreciation from investing in a portfolio of equity securities of companies in emerging markets around the world.

Fund details

Data as at 30 September 2020
Fund size GBP 320.49m
Strategy size GBP 1.63bn (as at 30 June 2020)
Benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets NR 12pm adjusted
Domicile Ireland
Denomination GBP, EUR, USD
Share classes
A GBP (Launch date) 30-June-2011
A USD (Launch date) 30-June-2011
A EUR (Launch date) 30-June-2011
B GBP (Launch date) 30-June-2011
B USD (Launch date) 30-June-2011
B EUR (Launch date) 30-June-2011
Unit type Distribution
Minimum investment
A GBP 1,000
B GBP 1,000
Valuation point Daily (12pm, UK time)
Dealing frequency Daily 9-5pm
Fund codes
ISIN SEDOL
A GBP IE00B4002N46 B4002N4
A USD IE00B4M6CN00 B4M6CN0
A EUR IE00B3ZBLW75 B3ZBLW7
B GBP IE00B41RZ573 B41RZ57
B USD IE00B4XXMP29 B4XXMP2
B EUR IE00B4TRCR07 B4TRCR0

Fund ratings and awards

Data as at 30 September 2020
  • 3 Stars
  • 3 star
Notes

©2020 Morningstar, Inc. All rights reserved. The information contained herein: (1) is proprietary to Morningstar and/or its content providers; (2) may not be copied or distributed; and (3) is not warranted to be accurate, complete, or timely. Neither Morningstar nor its content providers are responsible for any damages or losses arising from any use of this information. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Morningstar Overall Ratings and Morningstar Analyst Ratings are as at 30/06/2020.

Fees and charges

Initial charge Up to 5%
Annual mgmt charge (A) 0.90%
Annual mgmt charge (B) 1.50%
Performance fee 15% on excess if Fund outperforms benchmark, calculated daily. Any underperformance carried forward. This fee applies to all share classes.

Administration

Status UCITS
Investment manager J O Hambro Capital Management Limited
Transfer agent and registrar RBC Investor Services Limited
Depositary RBC Investor Services Limited

The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

Strategy Highlights

As at 30 September 2020

Thai politics have been deteriorating since the mid-2000s, with broad tensions between a more reform-oriented, largely provincial political movement and a more conservative, largely Bangkok-based elite with strong links to the royal family and the military. Since the 2014 coup this second group have been in power, under the military-backed government of former Army chief Prayut Chan-o-cha.

2020 has seen an upsurge in anti-establishment protests that began in February when the Election Commission banned the progressive Future Forward Party. Covid-related lockdowns led to a period of calm, but protests have picked up again in recent months. The protestors are demanding the resignation of the government, the dissolution of parliament and fresh elections under a new constitution. Their demands also include a reduction in the monarch’s roles in government and the military – these are intensely controversial for the royalist elite and may prove a particular source of tension. The government seem unwilling at the time of writing to engage with the protestors.

Instead, the government is again relying on technocratic delivery of a strong economy to mollify popular unhappiness. With tourism continuing to look weak, and with policymakers now expressing concern about the 2021 tourist season, the Ministry of Finance (and its new head, Arkom Termpittayapaisith, appointed as Finance Minister on 5 October) is turning to fiscal stimulus to support the economy.

One of the key measures is a consumption support scheme for the fourth quarter of 2020, modelled on the “Shop for the Nation” scheme deployed in 2019, but at a larger scale, allowing up to THB 30k (around US$1,000) of consumer spending per citizen to be tax deductible from income taxes.

In addition, Finance Minister Arkom previously worked in the transport ministry, where he played a key role in several major transport infrastructure projects. Commentators assume that he has been picked for the Ministry of Finance to push more of these kinds of projects through with the aim of further supporting economic growth.

One consistent feature of economic policy in Thailand since 2006 has been the twin policies of running a large current account surplus and accumulating foreign exchange reserves, both in turn requiring the management of exchange rates to prevent the Thai baht strengthening against the currencies of trading partners. This policy looks to be continuing, with Thai foreign exchange reserves up 10% year to date to US$238bn.

This policy, combined with the economic impact of Covid-19, has meant that monetary policy has had to be kept loose. The Bank of Thailand’s policy interest rate, the one-day repurchase rate, remains on hold at a record low of 0.5%, while the monetary policy committee is reported to be considering unconventional monetary policy measures (for example, quantitative easing and/or negative policy rates). If fiscal policy, described by the central bank as "the main driving force behind economic recovery” is not sufficiently stimulative, and with policy rates near the zero lower-bound, unconventional policies may well be seen in Thailand.

Ultimately, the ‘fortress balance sheet’ approach to foreign exchange reserves offers economic stability and security, but is dependent on a model of underconsumption and some degree of financial repression of people who are both workers and consumers. This can minimise financial market concerns about political unrest, and may, once again, allow the current government to face down its critics. With tourism also yet to show signs of recovery, we remain zero-weight Thailand and prefer to look for recoveries in the more domestically-driven part of the emerging market equity asset class.

The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

KIIDs
(Key Investor Information Documents)

A GBP A EUR A USD
B GBP B EUR B USD
Y GBP Y USD

 

The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

Percentage growth of the fund versus benchmark

Data as at 30 September 2020
A GBP share class, since launch (30 June 2011)

Return history (%)

Data as at 30 September 2020

Standardised Performance

Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. You should not base your decision to invest on this document. The Funds investment include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile. 
 


Sep 15 - Sep 16 Sep 16 - Sep 17 Sep 17 - Sep 18 Sep 18 - Sep 19 Sep 19 - Sep 20
Fund 38.15% 17.83% 1.06% 5.80% -0.67%

Monthly returns (%)

Data as at 30 September 2020
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual Since inception
Fund 2011 -2.90 -7.42 -9.23 10.91 -6.08 -15.00
Benchmark 2011 -2.13 -9.44 -10.12 10.93 -6.42 1.36 -16.19
Fund 2012 6.82 6.17 -5.29 -2.08 -8.95 -0.61 4.08 -0.36 4.65 -0.46 0.92 1.47 5.29
Benchmark 2012 9.39 5.02 -3.98 -2.73 -6.86 1.97 3.27 -2.02 3.95 1.59 4.03 13.27
Fund 2013 4.31 2.79 -1.85 -1.44 2.58 -8.64 2.04 -3.17 2.30 6.16 -1.00 -1.13 2.10
Benchmark 2013 3.65 2.67 -1.74 -1.74 -0.28 -6.87 1.83 -3.88 2.63 5.52 -3.62 -2.35 -4.79
Fund 2014 -6.05 2.81 0.24 -1.07 6.71 -0.22 3.04 2.40 -4.37 3.79 2.47 -2.94 6.23
Benchmark 2014 -6.61 2.57 2.75 -0.26 4.71 0.16 3.45 3.37 -4.88 2.10 1.26 -4.19 3.74
Fund 2015 7.69 -0.91 3.27 4.35 -1.80 -7.05 -6.65 -7.12 -1.44 8.26 -0.22 -1.35 -4.41
Benchmark 2015 4.33 0.32 2.70 3.75 -2.70 -6.20 -6.29 -7.65 -1.87 6.41 -1.32 -1.49 -10.61
Fund 2016 -6.50 2.32 7.63 -2.44 -1.25 12.99 8.34 3.76 2.90 3.61 -6.62 0.73 26.34
Benchmark 2016 -3.99 3.64 9.36 -0.88 -3.35 11.91 7.43 3.58 2.27 6.62 -6.72 1.52 34.03
Fund 2017 5.27 2.78 3.63 -1.47 4.72 0.55 3.93 3.48 -3.36 6.28 -2.14 1.96 28.23
Benchmark 2017 4.22 3.46 2.40 -1.85 4.13 -0.50 4.79 4.08 -4.26 4.96 -1.09 2.82 25.15
Fund 2018 -1.17 -2.48 -3.37 3.95 0.97 -1.40 1.42 -1.11 -1.42 -6.05 4.51 -3.62 -9.82
Benchmark 2018 3.20 -2.08 -4.01 2.49 -0.63 -3.22 2.43 -1.84 -0.65 -7.08 4.71 -2.67 -9.57
Fund 2019 3.84 -1.17 5.23 1.13 -1.34 4.98 1.80 -3.95 1.10 -3.27 -1.05 4.18 11.48
Benchmark 2019 5.45 -0.49 1.60 3.28 -4.44 5.72 3.08 -5.33 1.12 -0.91 0.31 4.90 14.44
Fund 2020 -2.10 -3.81 -14.12 11.27 0.83 7.65 -0.46 0.31 2.14 -0.38 50.54
Benchmark 2020 -3.77 -3.70 -12.29 8.99 1.23 8.44 1.77 2.21 -0.28 0.87 46.77

Source and notes

JOHCM/MSCI/Bloomberg/Lipper.

Data shown net of fees, net income reinvested. Performance of other share classes may vary and is available on request. Please note that all fund performance is shown against the MSCI Emerging Markets NR 12pm adjusted in GBP. Performance of other share classes may vary and is available on request. Where shown, monthly returns table shows compounded discrete monthly performance.

Disclaimer

Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. You should not base your decision to invest on this document. The Funds investment include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile. 
 

The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

Fund statistics

Data as at 30 September 2020
Fund size GBP 320.49m
Number of holdings 50

Top 10 holdings and active weights

Data as at 30 September 2020
Top 10 holdings
Samsung Electronics 9.13%
Tencent 8.73%
SK Telecom 4.40%
Prosus 4.35%
Xinyi Solar 4.22%
HDFC Bank 3.87%
Barrick Gold 3.31%
ENN Energy Holdings 3.00%
Reliance Industries 2.95%
Longfor Properties 2.69%
Top 10 active weights
Samsung Electronics +4.84%
Prosus +4.35%
SK Telecom +4.27%
Xinyi Solar +4.12%
HDFC Bank +3.87%
Barrick Gold +3.31%
ENN Energy Holdings +2.86%
Tencent +2.79%
Longfor Properties +2.54%
HKEx +2.43%

Sector breakdown

Data as at 30 September 2020
Portfolio Benchmark Relative
Information Technology 18.29% 18.45% -0.16%
Communication Services 17.64% 12.71% 4.93%
Financials 13.68% 17.14% -3.46%
Consumer Discretionary 10.71% 20.21% -9.50%
Real Estate 10.35% 2.38% 7.97%
Materials 8.01% 6.93% 1.09%
Industrials 6.32% 4.38% 1.94%
Energy 4.69% 5.44% -0.74%
Consumer Staples 4.13% 6.09% -1.96%
Utilities 3.15% 1.95% 1.20%
Health Care 0.00% 4.32% -4.32%
Cash 3.03% 0.00% 3.03%

Market cap breakdown

Data as at 30 September 2020
Portfolio Benchmark Relative
Large Cap 77.28% 77.25% 0.04%
Medium Cap 18.24% 22.74% -4.49%
Small Cap 1.45% 0.02% 1.43%
Cash 3.03% 0.00% 3.03%

The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

Fund

As at noon Share class Currency Domicile Sedol number NAV per share Change
JOHCM Asia ex Japan Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B3RQ272 2.514 0.031
A USD Ireland B435PM6 2.035 0.018
A EUR Ireland B431KK7 2.323 0.014
B GBP Ireland B3ZQS76 2.479 0.030
B USD Ireland BF7NZT0 2.071 0.019
B EUR Ireland B5L49R5 2.360 0.015
Z GBP Ireland B44PG77 1.788 0.022
Z USD Ireland BVG7681 1.361 0.012
JOHCM Asia ex Japan Small and Mid Cap Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B6R5LS4 2.433 0.050
A USD Ireland B6R5QW3 2.092 0.036
A EUR Ireland B6R5VD9 2.022 0.029
B USD Ireland B6R5YM9 2.006 0.033
B EUR Ireland B6R5HM0 2.299 0.033
B GBP Ireland B6R63P8 2.387 0.048
Z GBP Ireland B4X3T62 1.839 0.038
JOHCM Continental European Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland 3300912 4.629 0.025
A USD Ireland BJ4G0G2 1.364 0.000
A EUR Ireland 3300923 3.541 -0.002
A Hedged GBP Ireland BSJCJ49 1.194 -0.001
B GBP Ireland 3100543 4.458 0.024
B USD Ireland BJ4G0H3 1.391 -0.001
B EUR Ireland 3300901 3.560 -0.003
Y GBP Ireland B993PD0 1.705 0.009
Y EUR Ireland B98YKX9 1.365 -0.001
Y Hedged GBP Ireland BSJCJ50 1.250 0.000
JOHCM European Concentrated Value Fund 20/10/2020 A EUR Ireland BW0DJY9 0.940 -0.001
B USD Ireland BW0DK13 1.085 0.001
B EUR Ireland BW0DJZ0 0.933 -0.001
Z AUD Ireland BYNJFM8 1.141 0.010
Z EUR Ireland BYNJFN9 0.867 -0.001
JOHCM European Select Values Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland 3290422 5.073 0.039
A EUR Ireland 3290433 3.093 0.004
B GBP Ireland 3290400 4.640 0.036
B EUR Ireland 3290411 2.068 0.003
Non-Distributing EUR Ireland BSFWK51 1.141 0.001
X EUR Ireland B4K14L9 1.479 0.003
JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B4002N4 1.361 0.009
A USD Ireland B4M6CN0 1.137 0.004
A EUR Ireland B3ZBLW7 1.404 0.001
B GBP Ireland B41RZ57 1.307 0.009
B USD Ireland B4XXMP2 1.483 0.005
B EUR Ireland B4TRCR0 1.385 0.002
Y USD Ireland BYSGJZ5 1.383 0.004
Y GBP Ireland BYSGJY4 1.642 0.011
Z GBP Ireland B6R54W9 1.719 0.012
Z CAD Ireland BBPK0L2 1.577 0.008
Z AUD Ireland B5W6ZB6 1.854 0.019
JOHCM Global Income Builder Fund 20/10/2020 GBP Ireland BFZWPH7 1.063 -0.001
A GBP Ireland BFZWPC2 1.017 -0.002
A USD Ireland BFZWPF5 0.982 -0.005
A EUR Ireland BFZWPD3 0.985 -0.007
A SGD Ireland BFZWPG6 0.984 -0.006
B EUR Ireland BFZWPJ9 0.959 -0.007
EUR EUR Ireland BKF2GH9 0.874 -0.006
GBI GBP Ireland BHR0DJ1 1.016 -0.001
HEU EUR Ireland BJGW7C3 0.941 -0.004
JOHCM Global Opportunities Fund (offshore) 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B89PQM5 2.036 0.001
A USD Ireland B89JY23 1.969 -0.007
A EUR Ireland B7MR557 2.115 -0.012
B GBP Ireland BF7NZS9 2.251 0.001
B USD Ireland B8295C7 1.882 -0.007
B EUR Ireland B80FZF0 1.955 -0.011
IHX EUR Ireland BFZWWX2 0.955 -0.003
X GBP Ireland BQVC9L0 1.737 0.000
X EUR Ireland BMCZLF8 1.010 -0.006
X EUR Ireland BJ5JW42 0.965 -0.005
X GBP Ireland BK8M212 0.970 0.001
X Hedged GBP Ireland BF29TX5 1.014 -0.004
Z GBP Ireland B83MS15 0.806 0.000
Z GBP Ireland BD6R4D6 1.499 0.000
Z EUR Ireland BDZD4M4 0.946 -0.005
JOHCM Global Opportunities Fund (onshore) 20/10/2020 A Accumulating GBP UK BJ5JMC0 1.021 0.000
A Distributing GBP UK BJ5JMD1 1.006 0.000
AHA GBP UK BKDV8G1 0.993 -0.004
X Accumulating GBP UK BJ5JMF3 0.992 0.000
X Distributing GBP UK BJ5JMG4 1.002 0.000
JOHCM Global Select Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B3DBRN2 4.006 -0.028
A USD Ireland B3T31Z2 2.139 -0.021
A EUR Ireland B3DBRP4 3.535 -0.047
B GBP Ireland B3DBRL0 3.874 -0.027
B USD Ireland B5L7L67 2.449 -0.026
B EUR Ireland B3DBRM1 3.433 -0.044
Z GBP Ireland B3DCMB8 2.888 -0.018
Z USD Ireland B4V7J00 2.412 -0.024
JOHCM Japan Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland B00X0H5 2.205 -0.015
A EUR Ireland 3438880 1.530 -0.020
A Hedged GBP Ireland B5LD7P6 1.447 -0.014
A JPY JPY Ireland 3438891 290.788 -2.596
B GBP Ireland 3438846 2.148 -0.015
B EUR Ireland 3438857 1.480 -0.019
B Hedged GBP Ireland B6386R1 1.470 -0.014
B JPY JPY Ireland 3438868 286.822 -2.723
JOHCM UK Dynamic Fund 20/10/2020 A Accumulating GBP UK B4T7HR5 1.924 0.011
A Distributing GBP UK B4T8552 1.382 0.007
B Accumulating GBP UK B4T7JX5 2.143 0.012
B Distributing GBP UK B4TXJ33 1.261 0.007
X Accumulating GBP UK BJ7HNB8 0.749 0.004
X Distributing GBP UK BJ5JMB9 0.720 0.004
Y GBP UK BDZRJ21 0.867 0.005
Y GBP Ireland BDGKPZ4 0.721 0.004
Y Accumulating GBP UK BDZRJ10 1.109 0.006
JOHCM UK Equity Income Fund 20/10/2020 A Accumulating GBP UK B03KR50 2.720 0.010
A Distributing GBP UK B03KP23 1.298 0.005
B Accumulating GBP UK B03KR83 2.528 0.009
B Distributing GBP UK B03KR61 1.205 0.005
X Distributing GBP UK BYV9S21 0.646 0.002
Y GBP UK B95FCK6 0.875 0.003
Y Accumulating GBP UK B8FCHK5 1.097 0.004
JOHCM UK Growth Fund 20/10/2020 A GBP Ireland 3300934 2.879 0.007
B GBP Ireland 3100554 2.492 0.005
REU EUR Ireland BLLV8D7 1.455 -0.006
RUD USD Ireland BLLV8C6 1.599 -0.002
X USD Ireland BLLV871 1.601 -0.003
X EUR Ireland BLLV8B5 1.443 0.003
X EUR Ireland BLLV882 1.457 -0.006
X GBP Ireland BLLV893 1.427 0.003
JOHCM UK Opportunities Fund 20/10/2020 A Accumulating GBP UK B0LLB64 2.874 0.012
A Distributing GBP UK B3K76Q9 1.932 0.009
B Accumulating GBP UK B0LLB75 2.692 0.012
B Distributing GBP UK B3K76P8 1.835 0.008
X Accumulating GBP UK BQJZQQ5 1.326 0.007
X Distributing GBP UK B95MSF4 1.091 0.005
Y GBP UK B95J5C1 1.299 0.006
Y Accumulating GBP UK B95HP81 1.603 0.007

Dividend Rates

Funds paying monthly dividends

JOHCM Global Income Builder Fund

Share class 11/19 12/19 01/20 02/20 03/20 04/20 05/20 06/20 07/20 08/20
A  GBP 0.4537 0.4276 0.4668 0.4491 0.4176 0.4276 0.4164 0.4095 0.4554 0.4276
A EUR 0.4650 0.4426 0.4862 0.4680 0.4171 0.4180 0.4202 0.4065 0.4551 0.4180
A USD   0.4384 0.4117 0.4592 0.4372 0.3853 0.4154 0.3897 0.3833 0.4212 0.4154
A SGD  0.4398 0.4164 0.4573 0.4418 0.4079 0.4224 0.4070 0.3970 0.4323 0.4224
B EUR 0.4579 0.4355 0.4775 0.4595 0.4088 0.4083 0.4115 0.3978 0.4351 0.4083
Seed 0.4714 0.0411 0.4859 0.4677 0.3691 0.4464 0.4342 0.4272 0.4752 0.4464

Net dividends quoted in the local share class currency.

If you require the dividends for previous time periods, please contact RBC directly on 00353 14406555 or by fax on 00353 16131132 (0845 450 1974 and 02077475690 have been disabled).

Funds paying quarterly dividends

JOHCM UK Equity Income Fund

Share class Q3 18 Q4 18 Q1 19 Q2 19 Q3 19 Q4 19 Q1 20 Q2 20 Q3 20
A distributing GBP 2.7765 1.9368 2.0957 3.6523 2.7970 2.0409 1.5930 1.1154 1.2632
A accumulating GBP 5.2101 3.6835 4.0293 7.1000 5.5449 4.1082 3.2391 2.2958 2.6218
B distributing GBP  2.6034 1.8139 1.9597 3.4124 2.6093 1.9017 1.4790 1.0379 1.1739
B accumulating GBP 4.8980 3.4588 3.7777 6.6508 5.1861 3.8367 3.0210 2.1395 2.4391
Y distributing GBP 1.8670 1.3028 1.4102 2.4582 1.8832 1.3744 1.0730 0.7534 0.8514
Y accumulating GBP 2.0960 1.4823 1.6220 2.8588 2.2334 1.6547 1.3051 0.9242 1.0570

Dividends are quoted and paid in pence per share

XD dates: 31 March, 30 June, 30 September and 31 December
Payment dates: 31 May, 31 August, 30 November and 28 February

The quarterly table above shows the last two years net dividends (on a XD rather than a paid basis) for this fund. If you require the dividends for previous time periods, please contact RBC directly on 00353 14406555 or by fax on 00353 16131132 (0845 450 1974 and 02077475690 have been disabled).

Funds paying annual dividends

All funds have a XD date of 31 December 2019 and pay date of 28 February 2020.


JOHCM Asia ex Japan Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.8021
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.7923
A USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.4855
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 0.6266
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 0.0638
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.6124

JOHCM Asia ex Japan Small and Mid Cap Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 3.1300
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.8099
A USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.7475
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.8821
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.9280
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.6124

JOHCM Concentrated Global Share Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 0.09794

JOHCM Continental European Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.4706
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 7.4192
A - hedge GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 9.0139
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 6.5954
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 5.6691
B - hedge USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.1446
Y GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 3.0314
Y - hedge GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.7274
Y EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 3.0314

JOHCM European Select Values Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 5.9865
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 3.9287
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.9895
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.4341

JOHCM European Concentrated Value Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.6278
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.1828
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.0740

JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 3.3106
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 3.6734
A USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.8168
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.4157
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.7523
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.7885
Y GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 4.2322
Y USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 3.6147

JOHCM Global Opportunities Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 5.0670
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 5.6662
A USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 4.9928
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 5.6608
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 5.2893
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 4.8215

JOHCM Global Select Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.8206
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.6793
A USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.5358
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 0.3902
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 0.3720
B USD 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 0.2511

JOHCM Japan Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 3.1582
A EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 2.3586
A JPY 28 Feb 2020 yen per share 437.0683
A - hedged GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 2.1461
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.9398
B EUR 28 Feb 2020 cents per share 1.4400
B JPY 28 Feb 2020 yen per share 271.9972
B - hedged GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.3891

JOHCM UK Dynamic Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 8.3375
A - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.1143
B - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 7.6644
B - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.2491
Y - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 5.2184
Y - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 6.4131
Y GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 4.3172

JOHCM UK Growth Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 7.3614
B GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 5.0086

JOHCM UK Opportunities Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 6.4553
A - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 9.3148
B - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 6.1496
B - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 8.7487
Y - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 1.6547
Y - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2020 pence per share 4.3346

 

Net dividends quoted in the local share class currency.

If you would like more information, please contact RBC directly on 00353 14406555 or by fax on 00353 16131132 (0845 450 1974 and 02077475690 have been disabled). Email us at oeicdealing@johcm.co.uk.

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Webcasts & Videos

  • JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund Q3 2020 Update

    23 Oct 2020 10:00 AM | 45 mins

  • JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund Q2 2020 Update

    16 Jul 2020 | 21 mins

  • Coronavirus: life after lockdown – what’s next for the global economy?

    02 Jun 2020 | 64 mins

  • JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund Q1 2020 Update

    14 Apr 2020 | 20 mins

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The information provided on this webpage is for professional advisers only. The value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount invested. This may be partly the result of exchange rate fluctuations in investments which have an exposure to foreign currencies. You should be aware that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Investors should note that this strategy invests in emerging markets and such investments may carry risks with failed or delayed settlement and with registration and custody of securities. Companies in emerging markets may not be subject to accounting, auditing and financial reporting standards or be subject to the same level of government supervision and regulation as in more developed markets. Government involvement in the economy may affect the value of investments in certain emerging markets and the risk of political instability may be high. The reliability of trading and settlement systems in some emerging markets may not be equal to that available in more developed markets which may result in problems in realising investments. Lack of liquidity and efficiency in certain of the stock markets or foreign exchange markets in certain emerging markets may mean that from time to time the Investment Manager may experience difficulty in purchasing or selling holdings of securities. Furthermore, due to local postal and banking systems, no guarantee can be given that all entitlements attaching to quoted and over-the counter traded securities acquired by this strategy, including those related to dividends, can be realised.

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