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Wellington Management Hong Kong Ltd
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The Wellington Credit Income Fund is actively managed and seeks long-term total returns with a secondary focus on providing regular income. The Fund will allocate across a broadly diversified portfolio of credit instruments from an investment universe which restricts investment in fossil fuels, controversial and conventional weapons, tobacco and cannabis. It will primarily invest in higher-yielding fixed income credit sectors such as emerging markets debt and high-yield debt, as well as other debt obligations including, but not limited to, investment-grade credit, structured credit, government bonds and convertible bonds. The weighted average credit quality of the Fund will typically be investment grade. The Fund is not constructed relative to a benchmark and does not use a benchmark for performance comparison purposes.
Seeks to deliver a broadly diversified portfolio of global credit instruments, capitalising on the multi-sector credit expertise from our portfolio managers
Focuses on higher-yielding assets to seek regular income, while maintaining an average credit quality of typically investment-grade rating
Investment process leverages the breadth of Wellington’s fixed income platform to integrate specialist insights into the portfolio
Diversified sources of return from strategic allocation to higher-yielding sectors and opportunistic positions in niche sectors
For funds/share classes with a distribution feature, such classes aim at monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or annual distribution (where applicable). Dividend rate is not guaranteed. Distributions may be paid from capital.
The weighted-average credit quality of the Fund will typically be investment grade, i.e. rated at or above Baa3 by Moody’s, BBB- by Standard & Poor’s or BBB- by Fitch.
Performance: PAST RESULTS AREN'T NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS AND AN INVESTMENT CAN LOSE VALUE. The inception date of the USD A M4 Dist, HKD A M4 Dist and SGD A M4 Dist Hdg share classes are 31 August 2021, while the AUD A M4 Dist Hdg and GBP A M4 Dist Hdg share classes are 14 April 2022. Calendar year performance for the inception year of share classes is calculated since inception to calendar year-end. Performance shown is calculated as NAV-to-NAV in the denominated currency and are net of fees and other expenses with dividends reinvested. Periods greater than one year are annualised. For funds/share classes denominated in foreign currencies, US/HK dollar-based investors are exposed to fluctuations in the currency exchange rate. Please note the fund has a swing pricing mechanism in place. If the last business day of the month is not a business day for the Fund, performance is calculated using the last available NAV. This may result in a performance differential between the fund and the index. Source: Fund - Wellington Management.
Charges & Expenses: please refer to the offering documents for details.
This material and its contents may not be reproduced or distributed, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of Wellington Management. This document is intended for information purposes only. It is not an offer or a solicitation by anyone, to subscribe for shares in Wellington Management Funds (Luxembourg) III SICAV (the Fund). Nothing in this document should be interpreted as advice, nor is it a recommendation to buy or sell shares. Investment in the Fund may not be suitable for all investors. Any views expressed are those of the author at the time of writing and are subject to change without notice. Investors should carefully read the Key Facts Statement (KFS), Prospectus, and Hong Kong Covering Document for the Fund and the sub-fund(s) for details, including risk factors, before making an investment decision. Other relevant documents are the annual report (and semi-annual report).
Issued by Wellington Management Hong Kong Limited. Investment involves risk. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. This document has not been reviewed by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong.