Invesco Global Consumer Trends Fund A hgd (EUR)


Basic information

  • Price per share
  • (16/07/2024) 11.7200 EUR
  • Annual maximum
  • (15/07/2024) 11.7400 EUR
  • Annual minimum
  • (30/10/2023) 9.1000 EUR
  • Invest company
  • INVESCO Management S.A.
  • Date of establishment
  • 10/05/2017
  • Registration country
  • Luxembourg
  • Total assets
  • Nearest trading day
  • Frequency of trading days
  • 1

Fund performance

  • Average performance
  • Cumulative performance
  • 1 week
  • 0.34 %
  • 1 month
  • 4.36 %
  • 3 months
  • 7.42 %
  • 6 months
  • 11.83 %
  • Since the beginning of the year
  • 8.12 %
  • 1 year
  • 3.72 %
  • 2 years
  • 6.88 % p.a.
  • 14.23 %
  • 3 years
  • -15.45 % p.a.
  • -39.56 %
  • 5 years
  • 0.24 % p.a.
  • 1.21 %
  • 10 years
  • Since the foundation (10/05/2017)

Investment policy

  • Asset class
  • Equity
  • Regional focus
  • Developed and Emerging Markets
  • Theme
  • Theme Fund
  • Dividend policy
  • Accumulation
  • Currency denomination
  • EUR
  • Investment profile

Information about fees and costs

  • Fee category

    The fee categories Dynamic, Medium-risk, Conservative and Short-term are specified in the List of Fees. Investment instruments included in the Compensation Fee category have no entry fee, but there are higher ongoing costs.

  • Dynamic
  • Ongoing charges

    Ongoing charges during the year (Ongoing charges) - The indicator consists of a management fee and other operating costs (for the depositary, auditor, bank fees, etc.). The value of the fund is stated after the administration fees have been charged.

  • 1.87 %
  • Management fee (part of Ongoing charges)
  • 1.50 %

Target markets

  • Investment period
  • Min. 5 years
  • Ability to accept the loss
  • Yes
  • Risk tolerance (SRI)
  • Risk Profile 5
  • Client category
  • Retail
    Eligible Counterparty
  • Knowledge and experience
  • Basic
  • Negative target market
  • No Loss Guarantee
  • Investment preferences
  • Growth
  • Sustainability preferences (SFDR)

    A sustainable investment according to the SFDR regulation means an investment in an economic activity that contributes to:
    - environmental goals (Environmental), such as investments measured by, for example, key indicators for resource efficiency regarding the use of energy, energy from renewable sources, raw materials, water and soil, waste production, greenhouse gas emissions, or indicators of its impact on biodiversity and circular economy, or
    - to social goals (Social), in particular investment that contributes to solving inequality, or investment supporting social cohesion, social integration and employment relations or investment in human capital or economically or socially disadvantaged communities, provided that these investments significantly do not harm any of the stated objectives and companies in which it is invested,
    - comply with governance procedures (Governance), especially regarding proper management structures, relations with employees, remuneration of relevant employees and compliance with tax regulations.

    Information on the sustainability of the investment at a general level can be obtained according to the investment company's attitude to investment (SFDR regulation), which during the investment decision either:
    - does not consider sustainability (Neutral; article 6) or
    - supports sustainability, but is not its main goal (Supplementary; Article 8) or
    - sustainability is its main goal (Main Goal; Article 9).

  • Additional (article 8)
    Sustainable Investments: 0.00 %
  • Sustainability preferences (EU taxonomy)

    The EU taxonomy is a regulation that currently focuses on environmental aspects. Usually, the view of the EU taxonomy in relation to sustainability is stricter than that of the SFDR regulation. In order for an investment product to be considered sustainable according to the EU taxonomy, it must meet two basic conditions:
    - Contribute to at least one of the six goals:
    - - Climate change mitigation
    - - Transition to a circular economy
    - - Pollution prevention and control
    - - Adaptation to climate change
    - - Protecting and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
    - - Protection and sustainable use of water and marine resources
    - Not to cause significant damage in other respects, while at the same time ensuring compliance with basic human rights and labor standards.

  • Sustainable Investments Taxonomy Aligned: 0.00 %
  • Principal Adverse Indicators (PAI)

    Principal Adverse Indicators (PAIs) inform about specific areas in which a given investment is sustainable. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employment aspects, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery.

  • Companies - Greenhouse gas emissions
    Companies - Negative impact on biodiversity
    Companies - Water pollution
    Companies - Hazardous waste
    Companies - Violation of UN and OECD principles
    Companies - Gender imbalance
    Companies - Controversial weapons
    State and multinational sec. - Violation of rights
    Real estate - Use of fossil fuels
    Real estate - Waste of energy
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