Evli Euro Government Bond

Long-term fixed income fund that invests in EEA member state euro-denominated bonds with high credit ratings

NAV
02.07.2020
Return %
Year-To-Date
Return %
1 y
Return % p.a.
3 y
Return % p.a.
5 y
Return % p.a.
Since start
20.350 1.39 1.65 2.76 2.60 5.00
NAV
02.07.2020
Return %
Year-To-Date
Return %
1 y
Return % p.a.
3 y
Return % p.a.
5 y
Return % p.a.
Since start
51.960 1.39 1.65 2.76 2.60 5.00
NAV
02.07.2020
Return %
Year-To-Date
Return %
1 y
Return % p.a.
3 y
Return % p.a.
5 y
Return % p.a.
Since start
33.182 1.57 2.01 3.13 2.96 4.00
NAV
02.07.2020
Return %
Year-To-Date
Return %
1 y
Return % p.a.
3 y
Return % p.a.
5 y
Return % p.a.
Since start
54.257 1.57 2.01 3.13 2.96 4.00

Risk

3/7

Morningstar

4/5

Recommended Investment Horizon

3 years or more

Administrative fees

0.65 % p.a.

Suitable for investors

  • who wish to invest directly in the government bond wholesale market, intended for large investors, in order to earn a higher return than that offered by bonds intended for private individuals
  • who seek more stable returns than those of equity investments
  • who wish to invest in a well-diversified and first-class portfolio of government bonds.

Invest

min. 1 000 € or 50 €/month

Evli Euro Government Bond Fund is a long-term fixed income fund. The fund invests its assets in bonds with first-class credit ratings issued or guaranteed by member states of the euro zone. The fund seeks additional returns with respect to the benchmark index with its active fixed income view and by exploiting the development of the credit risk margins of the bonds of EMU member states.

 

The portfolio is managed by

Juhana Heikkila

Juhana Heikkilä

Investment Objective and Risks

The aim is to earn a return that, over a period of more than two years, exceeds the return of the benchmark index.

The fund’s investments carry a credit risk

Credit risk originates from a bond issuer’s ability to repay the bond’s coupons and capital on the maturity date. Since the fund invests in bonds issued or guaranteed by governments in the euro zone, the bonds’ expected default risk is small.

The fund’s value is affected by interest rate risk

A decrease in interest rates raises the value of the fund, while an increase reduces the value of the fund. Interest rate risk may be measured with the average remaining exercise period (duration). Interest rate risk indicates how sensitive the value of the fund is to changes in interest rates. Long-term fixed income funds are much more sensitive to interest rate movements than money market funds. The value of the fund may fluctuate heavily if there are substantial changes in interest rates.

Fund facts

Type of fund Euro-zone long-term fixed income fund (UCITS)
Investment activity began 16.12.1994
Benchmark index

ICE BofAML Euro Government Index (EG00) as of February 14, 2020

Profit distribution Fund-units are divided into A and B units. Profit share of at least 3% is distributed on A units annually.

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Invest

min. 1 000 € or 50 €/month