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Pimco Global Bond Fund
To achieve maximum total return by investing in global fixed interest securities, and to seek to preserve capital through prudent investment management.
In pursuing the Fund’s investment objective, PIMCO applies a wide range of diverse strategies including Duration analysis, Credit analysis, Relative Value analysis, Sector Allocation and Rotation and individual security selection. PIMCO’s investment strategy emphasises active decision making with a long-term focus and seeks to avoid extreme swings in Duration or maturity with a view to creating a steady stream of returns.
The Fund invests in government, corporate, mortgage and other fixed interest securities. While the Fund invests predominantly in Investment Grade securities, it may also invest in non-Investment Grade fixed interest securities and Emerging Market Debt. The Fund may also hold cash and Derivatives.
The PIMCO Group manages funds (including non-third party assets) for investors around the world and employs over 785 investment professionals across all its offices. PIMCO Group’s history dates back to 1971 when it was established as a specialist fixed interest manager. The PIMCO Group has its head office in Newport Beach, California, USA with offices located in Hong Kong, New York, Austin, Toronto, Munich, Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo, London, Milan, São Paulo, Taipei, Zurich, Bermuda, Chicago and Solana Beach.
|Risk level||3 – Low to Medium|
|Minimum initial investment||$500|
|Regular investment plan||Minimum monthly deposit of $100|
|Minimum switching amount||$500|
|Total estimated fees and costs||0.68% p.a.|
|Recommended minimum investment period||Seven years|
The performance of your investment is measured after taxes and fees within this tax paid fund.
|1 mth||3 mth||6 mth||1 yr||2 yrs|
|Net return* (%)||-0.03%||-0.07%||-0.82%||N/A||N/A|
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. (*As at 31/05/2021)
|Net Performance||Min %||Max %|
|Cash and fixed interest||0||100|