Franklin Templeton Investment Funds Templeton Global Total Return Fund A (acc)1
-0,10 EUR (-0,38%)
Evolution compared to the last NAV
|FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK DISCOUNT NOTES||10,62%|
|LETRA TESOURO NACIONAL||6,25%|
|Korea Treasury Bond||4,30%|
|INDIA GOVERNMENT BOND||3,14%|
|OTC SECURITIZED MARGIN CASH - USD||3,09%|
|MEXICAN FIXED RATE BONDS||3,05%|
|NOTA DO TESOURO NACIONAL NTNF||3,00%|
|Name||Franklin Templeton Investment Funds Templeton Global Total Return Fund A (acc)|
|Total Assets||15706 million USD|
|Fund type||Bond fund|
|Distribution fee||0,525% on the amount of the position|
|Fund manager||Franklin Templeton International Services S.à r.l.|
|Fund manager since||01/09/2006|
|Legal type and nationality||sub-fund of the Société d'investissement à capital variable according to Luxemburg law|
|Financial Service||RBC Investor Services Belgium|
|Investment Category||Bonds basket foreign currencies (without term) : Miscellaneous|
Registration and reception of the requests of issue/redemption/change of sub-fund
Each subscription/redemption request of shares/units of the fund can be introduced and registered through our Transaction Site. On each working day, Keytrade Bank centralizes all these requests placed from 11h30 (Belgian time) of the previous day (D-1) or the previous working day until 11h30 of D-day and sends them immediately to its correspondent who on his turn sends them for execution at 13h. The order introduced and registered before 11h30 via our Transaction Site will be executed at the Net Asset Value (NAV) of the same day (D), of the following day (D+1), the next following day (D+2) or weekly (until D+7), depending on the conditions for the subscription and the redemption of shares/ units (especially the cut-off time) mentioned in the prospectus.
If the order is placed and registered after 11h30, the order will be sent for execution the following working day.
Requests for changes of sub-fund are not possible at Keytrade Bank.
SRRI risk indicator 2
2 The synthetic risk indicator gives an indication of the risk associated with investing in a fund. The scale goes from 1 (weakest risk, associated with a lower potential return) to 7 (highest risk, associated with a higher potential return). The lowest category does not indicate that the investment is risk free. The indicator is based on historical data and may possibly not be a reliable indication of the future risk profile of the fund. The type of risk is not a guarantee and may change over time. (you can find more information here)
|Stock exchange tax at redemption||1,32%, max 4000€|
|Withholding tax||not applicable|
|Capital Gains Tax||30% *|
|Entry fees||0 EUR|
|Exit fees||0 EUR **|
It is possible this fund applies Swing Pricing. For more information, please read the prospectus.
For other, non-current costs that might be paid by the investor, we refer to the prospectus
The taxes that are mentioned apply to an average non-professional client-natural person, Belgian resident.
* 30% withholding tax on the realised gains on the fixed income part of the fund if the fund contains more than 10% of fixed income products
** If you transfer a fund/the funds of your Keyplan to your trading account before the end of the fifth year, you will have to pay fees of € 9.95 (per transferred fund).
Templeton Global Total Return Fund (the ?Fund?) aims to maximise total investment return by achieving an increase in the value of its investments, earning income and realising currency gains over the medium to long term. The Fund pursues an actively managed investment strategy and invests mainly in: · debt securities of any quality (including lower quality debt such as non-investment grade securities) issued by governments, government-related or corporate entities in any developed or emerging markets The Fund can invest to a lesser extent in: · mortgage- and asset-backed securities · debt securities of supranational entities, such as the European Investment Bank · securities in default (limited to 10% of assets) The Fund can use derivatives for hedging, efficient portfolio management and/or investment purposes which are used as an active investment management instrument to gain exposure to markets.The flexible and opportunistic nature of the strategy allows the investment team to take advantage of different market environments. By using in-depth economic, country and security research including detailed risk analysis, Franklin Templeton?s large team of fixed income specialists seek to take advantage of these differences by identifying and investing in fixed income securities with the strongest potential for income, capital growth and currency gain around the world. In making investment decisions, the investment team uses in-depth research about various factors that may affect bond prices and currency values. The Fund may distribute income gross of expenses. Whilst this might allow more income to be distributed, it may also have the effect of reducing capital. You may request the sale of your shares on any Luxembourg business day. The income received from the Fund's investments is accumulated with the result of increasing the value of the shares. For further information on the Objectives and Investment Policy of the Fund, please refer to the section ?Fund Information, Objectives and Investment Policies? of the current prospectus of Franklin Templeton Investment Funds. The benchmark of the Fund is the Bloomberg Barclays Multiverse Index. The benchmark is indicated for information purposes only, and the Fund manager does not intend to track it. The Fund can deviate from this benchmark. Terms to Understand Asset-backed securities: Debt securities whose value and income payments are derived from a pool of underlying assets. Hedging: A strategy for totally or partially offsetting particular risks such as those arising from fluctuations in share prices, currencies or interest rates. Emerging markets: Countries whose economy, stock market, political situation and regulatory framework are not fully developed. Derivatives: Financial instruments whose characteristics and value depend on the performance of one or more underlying assets, typically securities, indexes, currencies or interest rates. Securities in default: Debt securities whose issuer condition has become uncertain and whose issuer is failing to make principal or interest payments when due.
The investment policy of the fund is extracted from the KIID
1 Fund means «Undertaking for collective Investment». Undertaking for collective Investment is a general term used for different undertakings collecting money from the public and whose activity consists in managing an investment portfolio. The fund notion contains as well collective investment schemes in the form of an investment company (such as the Sicav or Sicafi) as the contractual funds (such as the Mutual Fund) and their sub-funds.
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