KBC Highly Dynamic Tolerant, a sub-fund of KBC Horizon, strives to achieve the highest possible return by investing the funds raised in accordance with the investment policy of KBC Asset Management NV. The fund invests directly or indirectly in various asset classes, such as shares and/or equity-related investments (“equity share”), bonds and/or bond-related investments (“bond share”), money market instruments, cash and cash equivalents and/or alternative investments (including real estate as well as financial instruments related to commodity market price movements).
The target allocation of assets is 75% for the equity share and 25% for the bond share. The target allocation may have a significant deviation in accordance with the investment policy of KBC Asset Management NV, as illustrated below. Therefore, the fund may invest a significant portion of its assets in asset classes that are not included in the target allocation (such as money market instruments and cash). The equity share can increase up to a maximum of 90% of the fund.
When applying the investment policy of KBC Asset Management NV, an analysis of the financial and economic development and the prospects for specific regions, sectors and spheres is made. If financial market conditions are uncertain, volatile, or both, part of the portfolio may also be converted to lower-risk investments (such as money market instruments and cash). If the equity share performs better than the bond share or vice versa, managers are likely to use part of the portfolio to buy additional assets of the best performing class between these two classes and sell the worst performing assets.
Managers pay one and a half times more attention to reducing risk than to the potential for increased investment. The more attention is paid to risk reduction, the larger part of the portfolio in uncertain and/or volatile market conditions can be converted into lower risk investments, such as cash and money market instruments. This part of the portfolio can reach a maximum of between 5% and 30% of the assets. This limit is indicative and may be revised annually on the basis of long-term financial market developments.
|Fund type||Balanced fund|
|Fund rating||4, based on a scale from 1 (low risk) up to 7 (high risk)|
|Risk/Return Indicator||5, based on the scale from 1 (lower risk and potentially lower return) up to 7 (higher risk and potentially higher return)
A value of 5 reflects the market sensitivity of the different assets, in which the fund invests. Therefore, the indicator is between those for typical bond-type funds (3) and the typical equity-type funds (6)
|Legal form||Sub-fund of the Belgian Bevek Horizon fund|
|Initial subscription price||Capitalized and allocated shares of EUR 1 000 each|
|Initial offerring date||2 January 2019|
|Net asset value||Use this link and fill-in BE6307326957 in the field “Name ISIN”, so that you can check the current net asset value as of the last date of publishing, as well as detailed information in English for the respective fund.|
|Liquidity and availability||Daily|
|Custody||Custody is free of charge for units of the sub-fund that are held in a deposit account with a KBC Group company.|
|Minimum investment value||EUR 100|
|Tax-reporting and taxation||Ownership of units in KBC ExpertEase Highly Dynamic Tolerant fund is subject to reporting in the Annual Tax Return under Art. 50 of the Natural Persons' Income Tax Act, as the profit is not taxable.|
|Redemption fee up to a 1-month holding period||5%|
|Redemption fee after a 1-month holding period||None|
|Annual distribution fee||1.211%|
|Annual management fee||0.519%|
|Other annual fees||0.720%|
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