Aviva Investors – Emerging Markets Equity Small Cap
  • Fund Manager  
    Will Ballard
  • Currency  
    USD
  • Sector  
    Emerging Markets
  • Fund Type  
    SICAV
  • Fund Size  
    €287.01m
  • Launch Date  
    03/11/2009
  • Lipper Total Return  

The Sub-Fund invests mainly in equities of small companies in developing or emerging markets. Specifically, at all times, the Sub-Fund invests at least two thirds of total net assets (excluding liquidities) in equities and equity-related securities of companies that have their registered office, or do most of their business, in developing or emerging markets and are deemed to be small cap companies as defined by the Board from time to time.

Will is lead portfolio manager responsible for Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific equity strategies.

Experience and qualifications

Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Will worked at Royal Bank of Canada in their Global Arbitrage Trading division. Before this, he was a fund manager at Henderson Global Investors on their Pan European Equity Multi-strategy team.

Will holds an MA (Hons) from Cambridge University. He also holds the UKSIP, Investment Management Certificate and is a CFA® charterholder.

Performance

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year
Emerging Markets Equity Small Cap 9.83% 28.2% 62.37%
MSCI EM (Emerging Markets) Small Cap TR USD 13.92% 25.38% 48.43%
Updated 12/11/17
As at 13/11/2017
Top Ten holdings as at 30/06/2017
Top Ten holdings % of fund
Hartalega Hldg.
2.75%
Hexaware Technologies Ltd
2.39%
Smiles S.A.
2.37%
Finolex Cables Ltd
2.35%
Apollo Tyres
2.26%
Powertech Tech. Inc
2.22%
Win Semiconductors Corp.
2.2%
Getac Tech. Corp.
2.18%
Haitian Int. Ltd
2.03%
Filinvest Land Inc
2%

Fees

Charge Amount Rating
Total Expense Ratio1.17%
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