Mirae Asset Global Discovery Fund (the “Fund”) as an umbrella fund under UCITS regulations has within it different sub-funds (the “Sub-Funds”) investing mainly in equities and equity related securities, each with a different risk profile.
Some Sub-Funds may invest in emerging markets that should be regarded as having a higher level of illiquidity and volatility than investing in developed countries. Investors may suffer loss of the entire amount invested.
Some Sub-Funds may invest in single markets or specific sectors subject to higher concentration risk and liquidity risk than other funds with a diversified portfolio of investments.
The investment decision is yours. You should not invest in the Sub-Funds unless the intermediary who recommends them to you has advised you that the Sub-Funds are suitable for you and has explained to you why, including how investment in the Sub-Funds are consistent with your investment objectives.
Investors should not only base on this marketing material alone to make investment decisions.
Investment involves risk. It cannot be guaranteed that the performance of the Sub-Fund will generate a return and there may be circumstances where no return is generated or the amount invested is lost. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Before making any investment decision to invest in the Sub-Fund, investors should read the Hong Kong offering documents of the Sub-Fund for details and the risk factors. Investors should ensure they fully understand the risks associated with the Sub-Fund and should also consider their own investment objective and risk tolerance level. Investors are advised to seek independent professional advice before making any investment.
If investment returns are not denominated in USD or HKD, USD- or HKD-based investors are exposed to exchange rate fluctuations.