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BI SICAV - Emerging Markets Corporate Debt I (USD)

The sub-fund invests at least two thirds of its assets in corporate debt of emerging markets debt issuers in Latin America, Central- or Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia exclusive Japan. The sub-fund can also invest in securities issued by sovereign issuers or the local authorities as well as financial and corporate issuers that have the majority of their activities in an emerging market country. The bonds of this sub-fund are required to have a credit rating of minimum CC. However, 20 percent of the sub-fund assets can be invested in bonds without any credit rating and 5 percent can be invested in downgraded bonds with a credit rating below CC. Financial derivative instruments may be used for hedging purposes and as part of the investment strategy.

Portfolio Managers:
Chresten Hagelund, Senior Portfolio Manager (left)
Søren Bertelsen, Chief Portfolio Manager (right)


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Basic Information

  • ISIN LU0658686109
  • Fund BI SICAV
  • Inception Date 05.25.2018
  • Investment Manager BI Asset Management Fondsmæglerselskab A/S
  • Investment Universe Fixed Income
  • Exchange Status Quoted
  • Share Class Currency USD
  • Sub-fund Size (m) 207

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Return Period (%)
(Updated: 07.19.2018)
1 month YTD 1 yr 3 yrs 5 yrs
All returns 1-10 years are annualized. Return is calculated in share class currency.


Standard Deviation measures the variation of returns over a period of time. If the returns in average are close to the expected return, the Standard Deviation is low. If the returns in average are far from the mean, it is high. Typically bond funds have a lower Standard Deviation than equity funds.

Sharpe Ratio expresses how much a return on investment has generated compared to the historical risk. The figure is being used as a comparative figure to rank different risk-adjusted returns on investment. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the better risk-adjusted returns on investment.

Information Ratio expresses how much outperformance a fund has generated in relation to the risk that has been relative to the benchmark. Information Ratio indicates the quality of the risk-adjusted to outperformance of a fund. The higher the Information Ratio, the better risk-adjusted performance on investment.

Tracking Error expresses the variation in the difference between the returns of the fund and the corresponding benchmark. Tracking Error is an expression of the Standard Deviation of the excess return. A low Tracking Error is equal to low volatility of the monthly performance, and a high Tracking Error is equal to high fluctuations.

Please note that there are no risk key figures for funds that are less than three years old.

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Last updated: 01.01.1900