UBS (Lux) Equity SICAV - All China (USD)

The best of China equity markets captured

How best to invest in China equities? In the world’s second largest equity markets, opportunities are plentiful but the choices can be confusing.

The UBS All China Fund is here to help.

The Fund invests in Chinese companies listed domestically (A shares) and on offshore stock exchanges.

Tap into China’s innovative might

China is a little bit where Korea, Japan were in the 50s and 60s. Gradually, industries such as technology and so on moved to the Far East… And China is going along the same path. A lot of these industries are going to be dominated by China and I don't think investors want to miss that.

Geoffrey Wong
Head of Global Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific Equities

Why invest in UBS All China Fund?

1. Captures high-growth sectors in domestic and offshore markets

Our all China equities approach provides you access to fast growing companies, no matter where they are listed

Domestic A share market

Larger exposure to consumption and healthcare companies

Eg. leading domestic brands in home appliances, liquor companies and traditional Chinese medicine

Offshore stocks (i.e. listed outside of China)

Innovative service companies in finance, tech, education, e-commerce sectors

Tap the mega trends in China with UBS All China approach

2. High conviction, best ideas investments

The UBS All China Fund has 20-50 high conviction ideas in companies with strong long-term potential.

High conviction idea – Kweichou Moutai

#1 baijiu (white liquor) brand in China

Fund vs Benchmark allocation

9.1 vs 2.6%

References to securities are not buy or sell recommendations.

Source: UBS Asset Management, data as of 28 February 2022

Fun facts

  • Kweichou Moutai is the most expensive baijiu in China (~S$ 240 for 0.375l)
  • The grain and water used must originate from Moutai town
  • In China, total Baijiu volume is growing at only 0.2%. But ultra premium baijiu brands like Kweichou Moutai is expected to increase by 17% yearly*

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Speak to distribution partners to learn more

  1. Citibank
  2. DBS
  3. Standard Chartered Bank
  4. UBS Wealth Management

Fund factsheet

Get the latest UBS All China fund factsheet here.

Patience and confidence needed in China equities

We believe pro-growth policy measures are among several reasons to be constructive about China equities. Policy was key to last year’s equity selloffs—and could be key to turn the market around this year.

And of course, the long-term trends that make China attractive remain.


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