Zugerberg Funds - ZF Income Fund - A

The investment objective of the ZF - Income Fund is to achieve long-term capital and value growth in the reference currency, the Swiss franc, through investments in the credit market.

The fund aims to filter out investment opportunities on the global credit markets. It concentrates on a large variety of bonds from solid companies with an average investment grade rating. Corporate bonds can generate stable returns over the business cycle as a whole. In good times, additional credit risk premiums can be earned over government bonds. In addition, the typical interest rate sensitivity is significantly lower thanks to the lower average maturity. In bad times, companies reduce their debt much faster, while governments are often forced to borrow more to support the economy.

The investment objective of the ZF - Income Fund is to achieve long-term capital and value growth in the reference currency, the Swiss franc, through investments in the credit market.

The fund aims to filter out investment opportunities on the global credit markets. It concentrates on a large variety of bonds from solid companies with an average investment grade rating. Corporate bonds can generate stable returns over the business cycle as a whole. In good times, additional credit risk premiums can be earned over government bonds. In addition, the typical interest rate sensitivity is significantly lower thanks to the lower average maturity. In bad times, companies reduce their debt much faster, while governments are often forced to borrow more to support the economy.
NAV/unit
CHF
YTD

Lowest/Highest NAV
/
/
NAV
CHF
in millions
Fund management / Fund administrator
RBC Investor Services Bank S.A.
Custodian
RBC Investor Services Bank S.A.
Investment Manager
Zugerberg Finanz AG
Auditor
BDO AG
Supervisory authority
FINMA
Domicile
Switzerland
Fiscal year end
31. December
Launch date
May 31st 2018
Valuation frequency
daily
Distribution policy
accumulating
Publication medium
www.swissfunddata.ch, www.pmg.swiss
ISIN
CH0415122370
Valor
41512237
Bloomberg
ZFZIFAC SW
Subscription category
shares and amount
Minimal initial subscription
1
Reference currency
CHF
Cut-off time for subscription
17:00
Distribution in Switzerland
yes
Distribution in Germany
no
Subscription fee maximum
5.00%
Redemption fee maximum
2.00%
TER excluding performance fee
1.16%
TER including performance fee
1.16%
TER date
December 31st 2021
Management fee applied
1.00%
German tax category
intransparent
Presentation
Fund prospectus
KIID
Annual report
Semi-annual report
Factsheets
Management commentary
German Investor Fund Tax Information

Description

The investment objective of the ZF - Income Fund is to achieve long-term capital and value growth in the reference currency, the Swiss franc, through investments in the credit market.

The fund aims to filter out investment opportunities on the global credit markets. It concentrates on a large variety of bonds from solid companies with an average investment grade rating. Corporate bonds can generate stable returns over the business cycle as a whole. In good times, additional credit risk premiums can be earned over government bonds. In addition, the typical interest rate sensitivity is significantly lower thanks to the lower average maturity. In bad times, companies reduce their debt much faster, while governments are often forced to borrow more to support the economy.

The investment objective of the ZF - Income Fund is to achieve long-term capital and value growth in the reference currency, the Swiss franc, through investments in the credit market.

The fund aims to filter out investment opportunities on the global credit markets. It concentrates on a large variety of bonds from solid companies with an average investment grade rating. Corporate bonds can generate stable returns over the business cycle as a whole. In good times, additional credit risk premiums can be earned over government bonds. In addition, the typical interest rate sensitivity is significantly lower thanks to the lower average maturity. In bad times, companies reduce their debt much faster, while governments are often forced to borrow more to support the economy.

Fund Characteristics

Fund management / Fund administrator
RBC Investor Services Bank S.A.
Custodian
RBC Investor Services Bank S.A.
Investment Manager
Zugerberg Finanz AG
Auditor
BDO AG
Supervisory authority
FINMA
Domicile
Switzerland
Fiscal year end
31. December
Launch date
May 31st 2018
Valuation frequency
daily
Distribution policy
accumulating
Publication medium
www.swissfunddata.ch, www.pmg.swiss
ISIN
CH0415122370
Valor
41512237
Bloomberg
ZFZIFAC SW
Subscription category
shares and amount
Minimal initial subscription
1
Reference currency
CHF
Cut-off time for subscription
17:00
Distribution in Switzerland
yes
Distribution in Germany
no
Subscription fee maximum
5.00%
Redemption fee maximum
2.00%
TER excluding performance fee
1.16%
TER including performance fee
1.16%
TER date
December 31st 2021
Management fee applied
1.00%
German tax category
intransparent

Documents

Presentation
Fund prospectus
KIID
Annual report
Semi-annual report
Factsheet
Management commentary
German Investor Fund Tax Information