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GMM Developed Markets Balanced USD Fund

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Description of Mutual Fund

Name : GMM Developed Markets Balanced USD Fund
Category : Balanced Fund
License Number : Cyprus Securities & Exchange Commission UCITS license 02/78
An investment compartment of the “GMM FUNDS” mutual fund
License Date : 6/8/2013 (amended on 1/9/2016)
Investment Risk : EURO share class: 4 (of 7) USD share class: 5 (of 7)
Custodian : Eurobank Cyprus Ltd
Benchmark US Dollar Libor 3-m + 200 bps

Investment objective

The Investment Compartment’s investment objective is to achieve competitive returns over the medium- to long-term, by investing assets in a balanced manner in a diversified portfolio consisting primarily from equities, corporate and government bonds and secondarily from T-Bills, deposits and other money market instruments mainly in the developed markets of USA and European countries (at least 55%), without excluding and other international markets. Returns will come from added value and capital gains, and from income in the form of dividends, interest coupons and interest.

Target group

The Investment Compartment aims at investors with a medium to long-term investment horizon (over 3 years), who wish to gain both capital gains and periodic income by investing in a diversified portfolio mainly of equities, corporate and government bonds and secondarily of T-Bills and deposits, and that (investors) are willing to assume a medium level of investment risk.

Past performance

There is no performance chart, as it is less than a full year that the specific investment compartment operates in the new category and as a result there are no sufficient data for the provision of a meaningful past performance indication.