BRIC Emerging Market Funds
Compare BRIC Emerging Markets Funds
BRIC is an acronym referring to the countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China. This group of countries are considered to be at similar stages of economic development and are recognized as the emerging global economies that are predicted to overtake the G7 economies by 2027.
These four countries represent 40% of the world's poulation and a quarter of world's land. For investors looking to diversify their investment portfolios the BRIC economies should be considered and some investment funds specialize in focussing on companies operating in these countries.
See the table below for examples of BRIC funds available:
|Fund Manager||Fund||Fund Manager Initial Charge¹||AMC³||Fact Sheet||How to Invest|
|Jupiter India||0%||0.75%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The Fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth. It will invest primarily in companies which operate or reside in India. It may also invest in companies based in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and in companies which derive a significant proportion of business from or within India. The Manager will only enter into derivative transactions for the purpose of efficient management of the portfolio and not for investment. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
|Neptune Russia and Greater Russia||0%||0.80%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The investment objective of the Neptune Russia & Greater Russia Fund is to generate capital growth from investment predominantly in Russian and Greater Russian securities or securities issued by companies transacting a significant proportion of their business in Russia and Greater Russia. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
|Jupiter China||0%||0.75%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth through investing principally in companies in China (including Hong Kong) but may also invest in companies operating in other countries which, in the Manager’s opinion, conduct a material proportion of their business in China (including Hong Kong) or derive a material proportion of their earnings from activities in China. The Manager will only enter into derivative transactions for the purpose of efficient portfolio management and not for investment. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
³AMC is the Annual Management Charge applied by the Fund Manager.
Important Information: Investment in emerging market funds involves risk factors and special considerations which may not be typically associated with investing in more developed markets. Political or economic change and instability may be more likely to occur and have a greater effect on the economies and markets of emerging countries. Adverse government policies, taxation, restrictions on foreign investment and on currency convertibility and repatriation, currency fluctuations and other developments in the laws and regulations of emerging countries in which investment may be made, including expropriation, nationalisation or other confiscation could result in loss to the fund.
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