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BetaShares Legg Mason Emerging Markets Fund (managed fund) (ASX: EMMG)

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BetaShares Legg Mason Emerging Markets Fund (managed fund) (ASX: EMMG)
Investment Objective
The Fund aims to generate after-fee returns in excess of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index expressed in Australian dollars over rolling five-year periods. The Fund invests in a portfolio of emerging market shares that is actively managed by Legg Mason’s wholly-owned equity specialist, Martin Currie. 
Highlights
  • Access the world’s fastest-growing economies - Emerging markets lead the world in growth due to strong secular trends like improving demographics, a rising middle class, urbanisation, digitisation and social reform.
  • High conviction, actively managed portfolio - The quality of emerging markets companies varies enormously. The investment manager believes a significant information advantage can be obtained through the Fund’s truly active stock selection process.
  • Embedded Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) analysis in investment process – ESG can have a material impact on a company’s value and is an important consideration in these fast-moving markets, as well as a potential source of outperformance.
  • Local (not multinational) company focus - Increasing corporate diversity and significant barriers to entry mean local emerging markets companies offer better potential for diversification both regionally and at the corporate level.
  • Global technology exposure - Emerging markets are at the forefront of the global tech revolution and are home to leading companies such as Samsung, Tencent and Alibaba. (No assurance is given these companies will be held in the portfolio or will be profitable investments.)

  • Risks   

    It is important to understand that the value of the investments may go up and down, investment returns are not guaranteed and investors may lose some of their money. The appropriate level of risk for each person depends on a range of factors, including age, investment time frame and the investor’s risk tolerance.

    For more detailed information relating to the risks of the Fund, please refer to the relevant Product Disclosure Statement.

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  • Past Performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Please note all performance figures are quoted net of fees.

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Sector Allocation (%)

As of 30/09/2019
Financials 27.53
Information Technology 24.27
Consumer Discretionary 17.14
Communication Services 8.24
Energy 6.94
Materials 6.46
Healthcare 2.59
Utilities 1.98
Consumer Staples 1.94
Industrials 0.28
Cash 2.63

Country Allocation (%)

As of 30/09/2019
China 28.80
Korea 14.10
India 11.50
Taiwan 10.80
Brazil 7.00
Russia 4.00
Peru 3.60
Indonesia 2.90
Hungary 2.80
South Africa 2.70
Hong Kong 2.60
Mexico 2.10
USA 2.10
Cash 2.60

  • Portfolio holdings and allocation breakdowns are subject to change at any time without notice. The information provided is provided for information purposes only and should not be considered a recommendation to purchase or sell any particular security in the industries shown. Due to rounding totaled percentages may not equal 100%.

    A negative cash position may be apparent, which is primarily due to the Fund's unsettled trade activity. This is a more concise approach to defining the cash position and it best represents sector exposures in the Fund.

Martin Currie builds global, stock-driven portfolios based on fundamental research, devoting all of its resources to delivering optimum investment outcomes and superior client relationships.

  • BetaShares Capital Ltd has appointed Legg Mason Asset Management Australia Limited (“Legg Mason Australia” or “Investment Manager”) as the investment manager for the Fund. To assist in the investment management of the Fund, Legg Mason Australia has appointed Martin Currie Investment Management Limited (“Martin Currie”), an affiliate of Legg Mason Australia, as the sub-investment manager. Martin Currie will provide the investment management services for the Fund itself and through its group companies. Martin Currie is an active specialist equity investment manager headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland. Before making an investment decision you should read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for the Fund carefully and consider, with or without the assistance of a financial advisor, whether such an investment is appropriate in light of your particular investment needs, objectives and financial circumstances. The PDS is available and can be obtained by contacting BetaShares on 1300 487 577 or Legg Mason Australia on 1800 679 541 or at www.betashares.com.au or www.leggmason.com.au. This information does not take into account the investment objectives, financial objectives or particular needs of any particular person. Neither BetaShares, Legg Mason Australia, nor any of their related parties guarantees any performance or the return of capital invested. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Investments are subject to risks, including, but not limited to, possible delays in payments and loss of income or capital invested.