Authorised Mainland Funds under MRF
GF Industry Leaders Mixed Assets Fund
Important Notes
1. Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the same meanings as set forth in the applicable Explanatory Memorandum.
2. GF Industry Leaders Mixed Assets Fund (the "The Fund") has been authorized by the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong under section 104 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance, Chapter 571, Laws of Hong Kong. Such authorization, however, does not imply any official recommendation.
3. The Fund has been registered with and is subject to the on-going supervision of the China Securities Regulatory Commission("CSRC") and authorized by the SFC under the SFO pursuant to the terms of the China-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds.
4. The Fund Manager, GF Fund Management Co., Ltd, is registered and operates in Mainland China in accordance with Mainland China laws and regulations and is licensed by the CSRC to manage publicly offered securities investment funds.
5. The Hong Kong Representative, GF International Investment Management Limited, has been appointed by the Fund Manager in accordance with the Code on Unit Trusts and Mutual Funds.
6. Only Class H Units are available to Hong Kong investors. Hong Kong investors should pay attention to the details and specific features of such Class H Units. 
7. Investment involves risks. Before making any investment decisions, perspective investors are reminded to peruse carefully the applicable Prospectus, Hong Kong Covering Document and KFS. The Fund may not be suitable for all investors.
8. All information and materials contained in this page are prepared for general information purposes only, and shall not, in whole or in part, be regarded as an offer to sell, to subscribe, or provide any recommendation to sell investments. 
Key Risks

Investment involves risks and there is no guarantee of the repayment of principal. Please refer to the offering document for details including the risk factors.

1. Risks associated with the MRF arrangement  

· Quota restrictions: The Mainland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) scheme is subject to an overall quota restriction. Subscription of units in the Fund may be suspended at any time if such quota is used up. 

· Failure to meet eligibility requirements: If the Fund ceases to meet any of the eligibility requirements under the MRF, it may not be allowed to accept new subscriptions. In the worst scenario, the SFC may even withdraw its authorization for the Fund to be publicly offered in Hong Kong for breach of eligibility requirements. There is no assurance that the Fund can satisfy these requirements on a continuous basis. 

· Mainland China tax risk: Currently, certain tax concessions and exemptions are available to the Fund and/or its corporate and individual investors in Hong Kong under the MRF regime. There is no assurance that such concessions and exemptions or Mainland China tax laws and regulations will not change. Any change to the existing concessions and exemptions as well as the relevant laws and regulations may adversely affect the Fund and/or its investors and they may suffer substantial losses as a result.  

· Different market practices: Market practices in the Mainland China and Hong Kong may be different. In addition, operational arrangements of the Fund and other public funds offered in Hong Kong may be different in certain ways. For example, subscriptions or redemption of units of the Fund may only be processed on a day when both Mainland China and Hong Kong markets are open, or it may have different cut-off times or dealing day arrangements versus other SFC-authorised funds. Investors should ensure that they understand these differences and their implications. 

2. Investment risk  

· The Fund is an investment fund. There is no guarantee of the repayment of principal or payment of dividend or distribution. Further, there is no guarantee that the Fund will be able to achieve its investment objectives and there is no assurance that the stated strategies can be successfully implemented.  

3. Concentration risk / Mainland China market risk  

· The Fund invests primarily in securities related to the Mainland China market and may be subject to additional concentration risk. Investing in the Mainland China market may give rise to different risks including political, policy, tax, economic, foreign exchange, legal, regulatory and liquidity risks. 

4. RMB currency and conversion risks  

· RMB is currently not freely convertible and is subject to exchange controls and restrictions. 

· Non-RMB based investors are exposed to foreign exchange risk and there is no guarantee that the value of RMB against the investors’ base currencies (for example HKD) will not depreciate. Any depreciation of RMB could adversely affect the value of investor’s investment in the Fund. 

· Investors may not receive RMB upon redemption of investments and/or dividend payment or such payment may be delayed due to the exchange controls and restrictions applicable to RMB. 

5. Mainland China equity risk  

· Market risk: The Fund’s investment in equity securities is subject to general market risks, whose value may fluctuate due to various factors, such as changes in investment sentiment, political and economic conditions and issuer-specific factors. 

· Volatility risk: High market volatility and potential settlement difficulties in the Mainland China equity markets may also result in significant fluctuations in the prices of the securities traded on such markets and thereby may adversely affect the value of the Fund. 

· Policy risk: Securities exchanges in Mainland China typically have the right to suspend or limit trading in any security traded on the relevant exchange. The government or the regulators may also implement policies that may affect the financial markets. All these may have a negative impact on the Fund. 

· High valuation risk: The stocks listed on the Mainland China stock exchanges may have a higher price-earnings ratio; and such high valuation may not be sustainable. 

· Liquidity risk: Securities markets in Mainland China may be less liquid than other developed markets. The Fund may suffer substantial losses if it is not able to dispose of investments at a time it desires. 

· Risk associated with small-capitalisation / mid-capitalisation companies: The Fund may invest more than 30% of its Net Asset Value in small-capitalisation and mid-capitalisation Mainland China enterprise stocks. The stocks of small-capitalisation / mid-capitalisation companies may have lower liquidity and their prices are more volatile to adverse economic developments than those of larger capitalisation companies in general. 

6. Mainland China debt securities risk 

· Volatility and liquidity risks: The Mainland China debt securities markets may be subject to higher volatility and lower liquidity compared to more developed markets. The prices of securities traded in such markets may be subject to fluctuations. 

· Counterparty risk: The Fund is exposed to the credit/default risk of issuers of the debt securities that the Fund may invest in. 

· Interest rate risk: Investment in the Fund is subject to interest rate risk. In general, the prices of debt securities rise when interest rates fall, whilst their prices fall when interest rates rise. 

· Downgrading risk: The credit rating of a debt instrument or its issuer may subsequently be downgraded.  In the event of such downgrading, the value of the Fund may be adversely affected.  The Fund Manager may or may not be able to dispose of the debt instruments that are being downgraded.  

· Credit rating agency risk: The credit appraisal system in Mainland China and the rating methodologies employed in Mainland China may be different from those employed in other markets.  Credit ratings given by Mainland China rating agencies may therefore not be directly comparable with those given by other international rating agencies.  

· Risk associated with urban investment bonds: The Fund may invest in urban investment bonds. Urban investment bonds are issued by local government financing vehicles (“LGFVs”), such bonds are typically not guaranteed by local governments or the central government of Mainland China. In the event that the LGFVs default on payment of principal or interest of the urban investment bonds, the Fund could suffer substantial loss and the Net Asset Value of the Fund could be adversely affected. 

· Risk associated with asset-backed securities: The Fund may invest in asset-backed securities (including asset-backed commercial papers) which may be highly illiquid and prone to substantial price volatility. These instruments may be subject to greater credit, liquidity and interest rate risk compared to other debt securities. They are often exposed to extension and prepayment risks and risks that the payment obligations relating to the underlying assets are not met, which may adversely impact the returns of the securities. 

· Risk associated with debt securities which are rated BB+ or below by a Mainland China credit rating agency or unrated: The Fund may invest in debt securities rated BB+ or below by a Mainland China credit rating agency or unrated. Such securities are generally subject to lower liquidity, higher volatility and greater risk of loss of principal and interest than high-rated debt securities. 

7. Risks associated with the SME board and/or ChiNext 

·  Higher fluctuation on stock prices: Listed companies on the SME board and/or ChiNext are usually of emerging nature with smaller operating scale. Hence, they are subject to higher fluctuation in stock prices and liquidity and have higher risks and turnover ratios than companies listed on the main board. 

· Over-valuation risk: Stocks listed on the SME board and/or ChiNext may be overvalued and such exceptionally high valuation may not be sustainable. Stock price may be more susceptible to manipulation due to fewer circulating shares. 

· Differences in regulations: The rules and regulations regarding companies listed on ChiNext are less stringent in terms of profitability and share capital than those in the main board and SME board. 

· Delisting risk: It may be more common and faster for companies listed on the SME board and/or ChiNext to delist. This may have an adverse impact on the Fund if the companies that it invests in are delisted. 

· Investments in the SME board and/or ChiNext may result in significant losses for the Fund and its investors.    

8. Distribution out of capital risk 

Investors should note that the payment of distributions out of capital represents a return or a withdrawal of part of the amount they originally invested or capital gain attributable to that. Any distributions involving payment of dividends out of capital of the Class H Units will result in an immediate decrease in the Net Asset Value per unit of Class H Units.

Product Overview

Past performance  


The Class H unit has been set up for less than a full calendar year. There is insufficient data to provide a useful indication of past performance to investors. 



Net Asset Value
Date Class Currency NAV
Key Facts
Fund NameGF Industry Leaders Mixed Assets Fund
CustodianIndustrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited
ManagerGF Fund Management Co., Ltd.
Hong Kong RepresentativeGF International Investment Management Limited
Established place P.R. China
Registrar and Transfer AgentGF Fund Management Co., Ltd
Base CurrencyRMB
Dealing FrequencyEach Hong Kong Dealing Day – i.e. a business day in both PRC and Hong Kong
Management fee Class H – 1.5% per annum
Subscription FeeUp to 5% of the subscription amount
Redemption Fee 0.13% of the redemption amount
Custodian FeeClass H – 0.25% per annum
Bloomberg TickerClass H - GUANFTH CH
ISIN CodeClass H - CNE1000023Z9
Dividend PolicyClass H: Dividends, if any, will be distributed at such times at the discretion of the Fund Manager, for not more than six times per annum. Distributions may be paid out of the capital of the relevant class.
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