• Fidelity Funds – Global Multi Asset Income Fund invests in global fixed income securities and global equities.
  • The fund is subject to investment, equities, foreign currency risks, the risks of investing in emerging markets and investing in loans, Real Estate Investment Trusts risks and real estate securities risks. Although the fund will generally invest in income-producing equities, it is not guaranteed that all underlying investments will generate dividends and higher dividend yields generally mean that there will be reduced capital appreciation. This fund may invest in bonds or debt securities which may be subject to credit, liquidity, counterparty and market risks. The fund will invest in investment grade debt securities, which may be subject to ratings downgrades by the rating agencies that may affect the net asset value of the fund. The fund will also invest in non-investment grade bonds and unrated securities which may be subject to greater credit and liquidity risks, and may be more volatile than higher rated securities.
  • This fund can invest in derivative instruments which may involve additional risks (For example, leverage may cause greater volatility).
  • Dividend of certain share classes, at the Board’s discretion, may be 1) paid out of gross income, i.e. the fund may pay dividend effectively out of capital; or 2) paid directly out of capital where the net income generated by the fund is insufficient to pay a distribution as declared (For MCDIST share class, payment will be made out of capital). This will represent a return or withdrawal of part of the amount they originally invested or from any capital gains attributable to the original investment. This may result in an immediate decrease in the fund’s NAV per share.
  • Investors may suffer substantial loss of their investments in the fund and should not invest in the fund solely based on the information provided in this document and should read the prospectus (including potential risks involved) for details.

Fund highlights

“By investing across a diverse set of asset classes with different risk, growth and income outcomes, we aim to deliver a consistent income to our clients without exposing their capital to undue risk.”

Eugene Philalithis, Portfolio Manager, FF - Global Multi Asset Income Fund

Diverse income sources

Income is derived from multiple sources including interest payments and dividends, and from alternative assets such as real estate securities and infrastructure.

Designed for resilience

The broad range of assets, geographies and income sources in the Fund are designed to work together to provide resilience during adverse market conditions.

The potential for growth

The Fund’s exposure to global equities provides the potential for capital growth. Re-investing income can also deliver powerful compounding effects over time.

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Names are listed in alphabetical order
  • Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Bank of Communications Co., Ltd. Hong Kong Branch
  • Chief Securities Limited
  • China CITIC Bank International Limited
  • China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
  • Chiyu Banking Corporation Limited
  • Chong Hing Bank Limited
  • Citibank (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Convoy Asset Management Limited
  • Dah Sing Bank, Limited
  • DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Hang Seng Bank Limited
  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
  • Manulife (International) Limited
  • Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited
  • OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited
  • Shanghai Commercial Bank Limited
  • Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Sun Hung Kai Financial
  • The Bank of East Asia, Limited
  • Wing Lung Bank Limited

Additional insights

Understanding alternatives

Alternatives is a term used for those investments that don’t fit neatly in traditional asset classes. It covers things like gold, art, wine and renewable energy.

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How is the fund currently positioned?

Portfolio Manager Eugene Philalithis outlines the current performance and positioning of the Fidelity Funds - Global Multi Asset Income Fund.

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Why is multi-asset investing trending?

Today, multi-asset strategies are in high demand, with US$1.2 trillion of net inflows expected globally through 2021. What’s behind the rise?

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