Eurizon Fund -
Sustainable
Japan Equity

Investing in the japanese market with a focus on esg

Eurizon Fund – Sustainable Japan Equity is actively managed, using a balanced approach with consideration to valuation and Environmental, Social, Governance factors.


DIVERSIFIED PORTFOLIO WITH FOCUS ON VALUATION

A balanced composition of style, sector and size, combined with a focus on valuation aims to provide greater resilience in times of market rotations.
SUSTAINABILITY
APPROACH

The team considers financial and non-financial factors, including Environmental, Social and Governance criteria in every step of the investment process (classified as Article 8 SFDR1).


TARGETING BETTER RISK ADJUSTED RETURN THAN BENCHMARK
The objective is to achieve excess return in the long term vs. the TOPIX Net Total Return.

Japanese speaker team and a balance approach

The Japanese speaker team believes that superior risk-adjusted returns can be achieved in Japanese equities through the combination of in-house research, ESG integration, and balanced portfolio.
Joël Le Saux 
Fund manager
25 years of experience


Joined Eurizon in September 2020. He has covered the Japanese market since 1996. Starting as a buy-side analyst in Tokyo, Joël then moved on as a fund manager at Amundi, Lazard, Credit Suisse Asset Management, and SYZ Asset Management. His funds achieved top decile performance during his tenure. Joël is a fluent Japanese speaker.
Yoko Otsuka
CFA, Senior Analyst 
15 years of experience


Joined Eurizon in September 2020. She started in 2005 at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ before joining Oddo Asset Management and SYZ Asset Management. Chartered Member of the Securities Analysts Association of Japan (CMA).
Simeon Baumeler
Analyst

Joined Eurizon in March 2021. He started in 2019 at SYZ Asset Management as an ESG analyst (intern).
Simeon has a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Japanese Studies from the University of Zürich. Simeon is fluent in Japanese.

Investment Guidelines

   

Investment universe

The fund mainly invests in Japanese equities. The fund generally favours direct investment but may at times invest through derivatives. Specifically, the fund normally invests at least 70% of total net assets in equities and equity-related instruments, including convertible bonds, that are traded or issued by companies that are located, or do most of their business, in Japan (min 70%). Investment in equities and equity-related instruments traded or issued by companies located in Japan.
Objective To increase the value of your investment over time and to outperform Japanese equity markets, while focusing on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. The fund aims to build a portfolio with a weighted average ESG score higher than that of its benchmark.
Benchmark TOPIX Net Total Return Index®, a measure of performance of Japanese companies that does not take into account ESG criteria (for designing the portfolio, measuring performance and calculating performance fee).
Active weight Individual security: +/- 2.5 pt vs. benchmark.
Tracking error Maximum 5% ex-ante.
Risk and reward profile The sub-fund has a risk/return profile of 6 (on a scale of 1 to 7) determined based on historical data and may not be a reliable indication of the future risk profile of the sub-fund.  The risk and reward category indicated is not guaranteed to remain unchanged and the categorisation may shift over time.
This category mainly reflects the risks of ordinary market conditions. Unusual market conditions or large unpredictable events can amplify the risks of ordinary market conditions and can trigger other risks that are not adequately captured in this synthetic indicator, such as Counterparty and collateral risk, Liquidity risk, operational Risk and standard practices risk. For more information about the risks as well as the fees and conditions, you must read Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and the Prospectus (please refer in particular to section 1.2 Investment Objective and Risks Factors).

1 The fund has (E) environmental and (S) social characteristics and promotes investment into assets which follow good governance (G) practices.




This marketing communication is exclusively intended for professional investors as defined in the European Directive on markets in financial instruments (MiFID) in the countries where the Sub-Fund(s) is/are registered/authorised for distribution. This marketing communication is not intended for retail investors as per MiFID and is not intended for US Person. Before taking any investment decision, you must read the Prospectus, the Key Investor Information Document (the “KIID”), as well as the Management Regulations and the last available annual or semi-annual financial report. These documents are available in English (and the KIIDs in an official language of your country of residence) and may be obtained at any time, free of charge on the Management Company’s website www.eurizoncapital.com. To find out whether the Sub-Fund is registered/authorised in your country, please refer to the www.eurizoncapital.com. This document relates to Eurizon Fund (The “Fund”), a Luxembourg UCITS in accordance with Directive 2009/65/CE and pursuant to the Part I of the Law of 17 December 2010 (the “Law of 2010”) on undertaking for collective investment and “Fonds Commun de Placement” (FCP). This document is issued by Eurizon Capital S.A. organized as a public limited company in accordance with the Law of 1915, registered in the Luxembourg Trade and Companies Register under number B.28536 at 28, boulevard de Kockelscheuer, L-1821 Luxembourg and authorised as management company of the Fund under the Luxembourg Law of 17 December 2010 on undertaking for collective investment. A summary of your investor risks including common actions in case of litigation at EU and national level is available in an official language (or authorised language) in the country of registration at www.eurizoncapital.com.

In the EU/EEA countries where the Sub-Fund is registered for distribution, this document is a marketing communication. The content of this document, including any opinions, does not constitute any legal, tax or investment advice. Past performance does not predict future returns. There is no guarantee that the positive forecasts mentioned in this document will be reached in the future. Please liaise with your tax and financial advisor to find out whether a product is suitable to your personal situation and understand the related risks and tax impacts. The tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each client and may be subject to change in the future. Should the Sub-Fund be registered/authorised in your country, the entity in charge of processing subscription, repurchase and redemption orders and other payments to unit-holders relating to the units of the UCITS (“Order & Paying facilities”), as well the entity in charge of handling information and Fund documents (“Information facilities”)*. Switzerland: When the Sub-Fund is not registered with the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), this marketing communication is exclusively intended for Swiss Professional investors/Institutional investors as per Article 4(3) and 4(4) of Federal Act on Financial Services (FinSA). When the Sub-Fund is registered with the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), this marketing communication is intended for Swiss Retail investors as per Article 4(2) of the Federal Act on Financial Services (FinSA) or for Swiss Professional investors/Institutional investors as per Article 4(3) and 4(4) of FinSA. Swiss Fund documents available at the Swiss representative agent: REYL & Cie SA 62, rue du Rhône, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland. Daily publication of the prices of subscription and redemption and/or net asset values (with the mention "excluding commissions") of the Units offered in Switzerland and To find out whether a Sub-Fund/unit is available for Swiss retail investor or Swiss professional or institutional investors, please refer to the website: www.fundinfo.com and more specifically to the Swiss prospectus.

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