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Ignis Absolute Ret Gov Bond GBP I2 Acc


The objective of the Fund is to deliver positive total returns that are independent of bond and equity market conditions. The Sub Fund will predominantly invest in fixed or variable interest transferable securities issued by sovereigns and supra-sovereigns, money market instruments, foreign currencies and financial derivative instruments.

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Registered For Sale In

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Denmark
  4. Finland
  5. France
  6. Germany
  7. Ireland
  8. Italy
  9. Luxembourg
  10. Netherlands
  11. Norway
  12. Spain
  13. Sweden
  14. Switzerland
  15. United Kingdom

Fund Info

  • Launch date31/03/2011
  • Share Class size01Mn
  • Base currencyGBP
  • ISIN LU0579399238

Purchase Info

  • Min. initial investment1Mn
  • Min. regular additional investment0


  • Annual management0.30%

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