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GIB AM Sustainable World Corporate Bond Fund


The GIB AM Sustainable World Corporate Bond Fund objective seeks to achieve income and capital growth. Our approach is to invest in corporate bonds of companies that we believe have the potential to help solve our greatest challenges for people and the planet.

Fund Data

  • Size of Fund (as at 30.09.2022)
    $25 million
  • Base Currency
    US Dollar
  • Fund Launch Date
  • Share Class
    I2 C
  • Share Class Launch
  • Asset Class
    Fixed Income
  • Benchmark Index
    Bloomberg Global Aggregate Investment Grade Corporate incl. High Yield and EM Custom Index (USD Hedged) (comparative only)
  • SFDR Classification
    Article 9
  • Domicile
  • Regulatory Structure
  • Initial Charge
  • Dealing Settlement Trade Date
    +3 days
  • Dealing Frequency
  • Dealing Deadline
    11 am Irish Standard Time
  • Share classes

    ClassShare Price (23.11.2022)OCF (12.08.2022)EstablishedMin InvestmentISIN
    I2 USD (C)105.080.63%30.09.2022$500,000IE000SIUIMB7
    SE USD (C)*-0.46%29.09.2022$500,000IE000E32IN28
    SE USD (D)*-0.46%29.09.2022$500,000IE0003GU5Z38


    Main Risks

    Investors should consider the risk factors in Appendix III to the Prospectus entitled “Risk Factors”. In addition, investors should be aware of the following risks applicable:

      • The level of risk of this fund reflects mainly the risk of the market of international corporate bonds on which it is invested.
      • Important risks materially relevant to the Sub-Fund which are not adequately captured by the indicator:
      • Historical data may not be a reliable indication for the future.
      • Risk category shown is not guaranteed and may shift over time.
      • The lowest category does not mean ‘risk-free’. Your investment does not benefit from any guarantee or protection.
      • For un-hedged currency classes, exchange rate movements may affect the risk indicator where the currency of the underlying investments differs from the currency of the share class.
      • Important risks materially relevant to the Sub-Fund which are not adequately captured by the indicator:
      • Credit risk: represents the risks associated with an issuer’s sudden downgrading of its signature’s quality or its default.
      • Liquidity risk: in case of low trading volume on financial markets, any buy or sell trade on these markets may lead to important market variations/fluctuations that may impact your portfolio valuation.
      • Counterparty risk: represents the risk of default of a market participant to fulfil its contractual obligations vis-à-vis your portfolio.
      • Operational risk: this is the risk of default or error within the different service providers involved in managing and valuing your portfolio.
      • Emerging Markets risk: Some of the countries invested in may carry higher political, legal, economic and liquidity risks than investments in more developed countries.

      *The Class SE Shares in the Sub-Fund are available for subscription by for a period of twelve months from the Fund’s launch date, or on reaching assets of USD $100,000,000, whichever occurs first, after which the Class SE Shares will be closed for subscription. Please note that the characteristics and investor eligibility requirements for this Class as set out in the section of the Prospectus entitled "Share Dealings", are not applicable to the Classes in the Sub-Fund.