Fact sheet: Charlemagne Magna Africa

Fund information

Fund name
Charlemagne Magna Africa C EUR
Fund company manager
Charlemagne Capital
Fund type
SIB
Fund manager
Sharat Dua
since 23/03/2007
Fund objective
The Magna Africa Fund seeks to achieve capital growth by investing in a diversified portfolio of African Securities. The Magna Africa Fund is a sub-fund of the Magna Umbrella Fund plc.
Benchmark
No Specified Index
Investment style
Growth
Investment method
Shares

Performance snapshot

Quick stats

1 Year return

1.25 %

1 Year rank in sector

270/274

Sector

FO Equity - Emerging Markets

Yield
-
Fund size

£ 10.4 m

FE Risk score

149

NAV
-
Discount/Premium
-
Gearing
-

Top in sector

Holdings snapshot

  • South Africa
    55.1%
  • Egypt
    22.7%
  • Kenya
    7.2%
  • Nigeria
    5.7%
  • Others
    4.4%
  • Financials
    24.3%
  • Consumer Staples
    21.7%
  • Consumer Discretionary
    17.3%
  • Health Care
    12.3%
  • Materials
    8.3%
  • South African Equities
    55.1%
  • Egyptian Equity
    22.7%
  • African Equity
    15.1%
  • International Equities
    4.4%
  • Middle East & African Equities
    2.7%

Performance vs. Sector

Cumulative performance

1m6m1y3y5y
Fund-1.93 %-5.83 %1.25 %-12.56 %1.3 %
Sector3.16 %11.4 %20.78 %8.52 %19.29 %
Rank within sector281 / 293279 / 281270 / 274219 / 229156 / 172
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Calendar performance

YTD-20172016201520142013
Fund2.5 %2.38 %-10.97 %6.77 %0.2 %
Sector23.44 %10.7 %-14.35 %-1.42 %-0.73 %
Rank within sector275 / 280225 / 259101 / 23444 / 21171 / 182
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Risk statistics

Alpha-3.76
Beta0.71
Sharpe-0.01
Volatility15.15
Tracking error12.16
Information ratio-0.39
R-Squared0.41

Price movement

52 week high11.191
52 week low9.345
Current bid price0
Current offer price0
Current mid price10.301

Holdings by region

  • 55.1% South Africa
  • 22.7% Egypt
  • 7.2% Kenya
  • 5.7% Nigeria
  • 4.4% Others
  • 1.4% Tanzania
  • 1.3% Liberia
  • 1.2% Botswana
  • 1% Morocco

Holdings by sector

  • 24.3% Financials
  • 21.7% Consumer Staples
  • 17.3% Consumer Discretionary
  • 12.3% Health Care
  • 8.3% Materials
  • 7.9% Industrials
  • 3.4% Money Market
  • 1.9% Energy
  • 1.9% Information Technology
  • 1% Utilities

Holdings by asset type

  • 55.1% South African Equities
  • 22.7% Egyptian Equity
  • 15.1% African Equity
  • 4.4% International Equities
  • 2.7% Middle East & African Equities

Individual holdings

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