UBS Global Emerging Markets Opportunity Fund P (GBP)

Net asset value 142.08 GBP

Last update


ISIN: IE00B3M75S25

General information

Name of fund

UBS Global Emerging Markets Opportunity Fund

Share class

UBS Global Emerging Markets Opportunity Fund P (GBP)



Fund domicile


Fund type


Reference Index

MSCI Emerging Markets Index (r)

Launch date


Currency of share class


Accounting year end

30 September

Fund description

  • The fund invests worldwide in emerging markets, using a disciplined, fundamental investment process based on bottom-up stock selection.
  • The fund follows a focused investment strategy that incorporates the best long term ideas of an experienced team of emerging markets equity specialists.
  • The exchange rate risk between USD and GBP is not hedged.

Current fund data and tax figures

NAV Date

06 Dec 2018

Official NAV per share


Total fund assets (USD m)


Key benefits

  • Very active concentrated portfolio of top conviction stock ideas of the investment team
  • High flexibility to take focused views on significant opportunities that seek to provide higher returns
  • Unconstrained by the reference index.

Performance chart (in fund currency)

These figures refer to the past. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The performance shown does not take account of any commissions and costs charged when subscribing to and redeeming units. Adjusted NAV takes into account fund distributions.


Management fee p.a.


Total expense ratio (TER) p.a.1)


Singapore Sales Charges (in %)


1) as at 27.04.2017


UBS Emerging Market Funds invest in equities and may therefore be subject to high fluctuations in value. For this reason, an investment horizon of at least five years and corresponding risk tolerance and capacity are required. As these UBS Funds pursue an active management style, each Fund's performance can deviate from that of its reference index. Investors should also be aware of the political and social challenges that emerging markets face. All investments are subject to market fluctuations. Every Fund has specific risks, which can significantly increase under unusual market conditions. The fund can use derivatives, which may result in additional risks (particularly counterparty risk).