Russell Investments International Bond Fund - $A Hedged - Class A
The Fund invests in a range of fixed income securities issued by international governments, companies and agencies.
|Russell Investments International Bond Fund - $A Hedged|
|Western Asset Management||28|
|As at 22/01/2022|
|Caribbean, South and Central America||2.98|
|Middle East & Africa||2.62|
|As at 30/11/2021|
|Inception Date||1 Month||3 Months||1 Year||3 Years||5 Years||Since Inception|
|Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Performance is net of fees and charges. Performance for periods longer than 1 year are annualised. This information has been prepared for the purpose of providing general information, without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before making an investment decision, you need to consider whether this information is appropriate to your objectives, financial situation or needs. Please consult your financial adviser. This information has been compiled from sources considered to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. Any potential investor should consider the relevant PDS in deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold units in a fund.
|Assets under management||$988,819,261(As at 19/01/2022)|
|Fund inception||31st December 1997|
|Minimum Investment timeframe||3 years|
|Investment return objective||To provide a total return, before costs and tax, higher than the Fund’s benchmark over the medium term by providing exposure to a diversified portfolio of predominantly fixed income securities denominated in foreign currencies and largely hedged into Australian dollars.|
|Investment strategy||The Fund invests predominantly in debt securities issued by supranationals, international governments, quasi-governments, agencies and corporates as well as structured credit securities including mortgage and asset backed securities. The Fund may also be exposed to low grade or unrated debt securities, emerging markets and currency. Derivatives may be used to obtain or reduce exposure to securities and markets, to implement investment strategies and to manage risk. Foreign currency exposures are largely hedged back to Australian dollars, apart from those foreign currency exposures which are utilised to generate excess returns from active currency management.|