FP Rayliant Quantamental Emerging Markets Equity
The FP Rayliant Quantamental Emerging Markets Equity Fund is primarily comprised of stocks from key emerging markets that are selected using a “quantamental approach.” In quantamental investment strategies, investment decisions are made by combining large amounts of data, computer models and machine learning with human insights about economic and financial features of investments (i.e. fundamentals). The Fund’s Investment Manager also takes into account certain environmental, social, and governance criteria in choosing and weighting investments in the Fund.
Henderson Rowe Limited (“Henderson Rowe”) is the authorised investment manager and has delegated the investment management of the Fund to Rayliant Asset Management (“RAM”), a licensed corporation regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States. Henderson Rowe oversees the performance of RAM and has ultimate responsibility for the Fund. RAM is not authorised nor regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority. Henderson Rowe and RAM are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Rayliant Global Advisors Limited.
Investments in emerging markets may be more volatile than investments in more developed markets. There may be additional risks such as social and political instability, economies based on only a few industries, lack of market liquidity, exchange-rate fluctuations, and less mature regulatory systems and disclosure standards than those of more developed markets. The full risks of the Fund are set out in the Fund’s Prospectus which is available on the website of FundRock Partners Limited (“FundRock”), who is the Authorised Corporate Director of the Fund. For access to the documents of the Fund, please refer to the “Fund Documents” section.
For all fund-related documents including the Prospectus, Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs), Application & Stock Transfer Forms, and other useful documents, please click the “Access Fund Documents” button below to visit FundRock’s website.
RISK WARNING: Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The value of your investment may fall as well as rise and you may not get back your initial investment. Exchange rate changes may cause the value of any overseas investments to rise or fall.