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Vilhena Euro Income Fund
The Investment Objective of the Fund is to aim to achieve a high level of income through investment in a diversified portfolio of securities consisting principally of debt instruments whilst also seeking to achieve capital appreciation. 
Overview
Features & Fees
Benefits & Risks
Documents
The Vilhena Euro Income Fund seeks income by turning to investment grade debt and to a limited extent, to sub-investment grade debt securities, denominated primarily in Euros.

The aim of this fund is to secure a higher level of income with the option of a monthly or quarterly return through a portfolio of varied debt securities. This fund may be most suitable to complement an existent core bond holding within one’s investment portfolio.



Features:

Base Currency
Euro
Frequency of Dealing
Daily
Class of Shares Available
A -    Quarterly Distributor
B1 - Accumulator
B2 - Monthly Distributor
Distribution Frequency
A - Quarterly as at 30 April. 31 July, 31 October and 31 January
B2 - Monthly
Manager
BOV Asset Management Limited
Sub-Investment Manager Insight Investment Management (Global) Limited
Custodian
Bank of Valletta plc
Minimum Initial Amount 
A1
B1 & B2

€ 1,000
€ 3,500


Monthly Investment Plan

€50



Fees:


Initial Charge

Class A: Up to 3% of the amount invested,currently discounted to 2%
Class B: 3% of the amount invested

Exit Fee
Class A:
Up to 3 years – 0.75%
3 to 5 years – 0.50%
5 to 7 years – 0.25%
+ 7 years – Nil

Class B: No exit fee

Management Fee

0.75% of the Fund’s Net Asset Value
Administrator Fee0.25% of the Fund’s Net Asset Value 



By Investing in the Vilhena Euro Income Fund, you will benefit from:

  • Potential for Income and Capital Growth
  • Diversified portfolio of debt securities
Easy access to your money at short notice

Risks

The value of investments, and income from them, can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested.

The Share Class is also subject to the following risks:
  • The Share Class may use financial derivatives instruments (in an attempt to reduce the overall risk of its investments or reduce the costs of investing, although this may not be achieved.

  • Debt instruments are exposed to credit risk which is the ability of the borrower to repay the interest and capital on the redemption date.

  • Sub investment grade securities offer a very low level of protection towards the honoring of principal and interest payments by issuers, and may therefore subject the Share Class to higher credit risk and higher market risk than that normally associated with investment in investment grade securities.

  • Changes in interest rates will result in fluctuations in the value of the Share Class

  • The Share Class may enter into forward foreign exchange contracts to hedge currency exposure for the purposes of efficient portfolio management. 

  • The Share Class’ performance may be adversely affected by variations in the exchange rates between the base currency of the Fund and the currencies in which the investments of the Share Class are made.

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