The UBS China Opportunity Fund invests in new economy sectors and mainly in offshore listed stocks. These new economy sectors benefit from China’s growth and reforms.
Why invest in the UBS China Opportunity Fund?
1. Strong outperformance over time
The UBS China Opportunity Fund returned 20.0%1 (annualised) over the last 3 years, outperforming the benchmark of 10.9%
It’s strong performance and robust investment process has earned the Fund various awards.
5 star Morningstar rating2
Fund Award 2018
Fund Award 2019
2. Invests in future growth leaders
The Fund has a track record of investing in smaller companies that has since grown many folds. It currently has about 19% in mid- and small-cap companies
From small to large cap: TAL Education4
3. Invests in high conviction names only
The investment team only buys stocks that they believe have strong, long-term growth potential and is not influenced by benchmark weights. The Fund has about 40-70 stocks compared to about 150 in the benchmark. This gives the Fund a better chance to outperform the index.
TAL Education – a high conviction stock4
Fund holding vs benchmark
- Education services benefit from rising incomes in China
- TAL Education is a strong brand in the after-school tutoring market
- It is innovative and uses artificial intelligence to improve teacher-student interaction
1Source: UBS Asset Management and Morningstar. Data as of 30 November 2019 for the USD P (acc) share class. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Performance net of sales charge is 18.9%. Repositioned from UBS (Lux) Equity Fund – Hong Kong to UBS (Lux) Equity Fund – China Opportunity on 19 July 2010.
2Source: Morningstar Rating UBS (Lux) Equity Fund – China Opportunity (USD) P-acc received a 5 star Morningstar RatingTM as at 30 November 2019.
3Source: Thomson Reuters Lipper Fund Award Singapore 2019 and 2018.
4Source: UBS Asset Management, as at 30 November 2019. This information should not be considered as a recommendation to purchase or sell any security.
Meet the manager – Bin Shi
Head of China Equities
Bin Shi is a member of the Global Emerging Market and Asia Pacific Equities team, located in Hong Kong. He is Country Analyst and Portfolio Manager for China with a focus on Chinese stocks listed on both the overseas and domestic Chinese stock exchanges.
Prior to joining UBS Asset Management, Bin spent three years as Head of Int’l Business, portfolio manager and analyst with Boshi Fund Management Co., one of the largest domestic mutual fund companies in China. Prior to that, he worked in the US for eight years as portfolio manager and analyst for several US mutual fund firms.
Bin joined UBS in January 2006.
1Source: Citywire, China champions: top three equity managers to watch, 4 January 2019
2Source: Singapore Best Fund Manager Awards, Citywire Asia Awards 2017, 2018, 2019
Lessons from managing China equities
“Making mistakes is part of life, but making the same mistake twice cannot be forgiven”
How has Bin’s philosophy made him a better China equities manager?
Why invest in China now
China equities are not expensive. It is cheaper than Asia ex Japan equities and trading within its historical range.
Price to earnings of China equities vs region and historical range5
How will China equities perform in the Year of the Pig?
Bin Shi, our Head of China equities, is scooping up opportunities in the Year of the Pig as the easing of trade wars improve sentiments.
How did China create the perfect chocolate bar?
The answer lies in the oodles of data that China produces. Data is the new fuel for China and gives new economy companies an edge in delivering innovative products and services.
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