Global income opportunities
This absolute return, multi-sector credit strategy provides an attractive solution for the current market environment of low bond yields.
The Global Income Opportunities strategy actively and tactically manages its risk exposure using proven sector rotation capabilities and extensive bottom up fundamental research. The team aims to meet the needs and requirements of investor's defensive portfolio allocations offering:
- A philosophical focus on preserving capital, offering a more favourable long-term risk return outcome
- A track record, spanning over 10 years, based on our robust investment processes and our in-house investment research
- Access to an experienced and stable credit team from a global fixed income manager
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The global income opportunities strategy is available via segregated account or UCITS compliant pooled fund.
Pooled fund materials
Data Privacy Notices
Macquarie Global Income Opportunities Fund
Key Investor Information Document (KIID)
Please note that these documents must be read in conjunction with the prospectus. The prospectus is available in English or German.
Total expense ratio information
- The Sub-Fund is based on an investment philosophy focusing primarily on liquidity and capital preservation.
- The Sub-Fund’s core portfolio is invested in global investment grade securities which are traditionally very liquid.
- The Sub-Fund invests opportunistically in high yield credit securities including senior bank loans that qualify as money market instruments, that typically carry a higher risk than investment grade securities.
- The Sub-Fund invests opportunistically in emerging market debt securities that typically carry a higher risk than debt securities issued in developed markets.
The value of an investment in the Sub-Fund can go up and down. When you sell your shares, they may be worth less than you paid for them. If your currency as an investor is different from the reference currency of the Sub-Fund, changes in currency exchange rates could reduce any investment gains or increase any investment losses.
The Sub-Fund is subject to the following risks:
- Securities that combine the elements of debt and equity and the risks associated with both, including greater volatility than for straight bond investments with an increased risk of capital loss.
- Certain derivatives could increase the Sub-Fund’s volatility or expose the Sub-Fund to losses greater than the cost of the derivatives.
- The value of the Sub-Fund’s investments may be sensitive to changes in market perceptions of credit quality, both of individual issuers and of the credit markets in general.
For full details of the Sub-Fund’s risks, please refer to the prospectus available as mentioned in section “Practical Information”.
These documents are available via the following link: http://www.macquarie.com/mgl/com/mim-emea/en/sicav