Pictet-Greater China I GBP

Name
Pictet-Greater China I GBP
Manager
Pictet Asset Management (Europe) SA
Type
SICAV
ISIN
LU0859478934
Sector
LC00002020
Launched
18/12/2012
OCF
1.06 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.00
3 Year Alpha
-0.59
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
MSCI Golden Dragon NR USD
This Compartment will invest at least two-thirds of its total assets or wealth in equities issued by companies that are headquartered in and/or conduct their main activity in Hong Kong, China or Taiwan. The compartment may use derivative techniques and instruments for efficient management, within the limits specified in the investment restrictions.
Holding%
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR8.50 %
Tencent Holdings Ltd8.42 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd7.86 %
AIA Group Ltd5.44 %
Industrial And Commercial Bank Of China Ltd H4.81 %
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd H4.05 %
Baidu Inc ADR3.79 %
China Petroleum & Chemical Corp H Shares3.18 %
Largan Precision Co Ltd2.71 %
Catcher Technology Co Ltd2.64 %
Region%
Asia - Emerging64.67 %
Asia - Developed35.33 %
Sector%
Technology33.55 %
Financial Services26.28 %
Consumer Cyclical13.28 %
Consumer Defensive6.83 %
Basic materials5.09 %
Name
Pictet Asset Management (Europe) SA
Address
L-1855, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
SICAV

Managers

James Kenney

Joined 03/01/2017

David Chen

Joined 01/14/2013

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