Aberdeen Asia-Pacific Smaller Companies Fund Class CAPCCX

10.01
0.06 / 0.60%
8.72 - 11.76+1.04
NAV in USDNAV change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio

As of market close Oct 29 2014.

Total returns on $10,000

As of Sep 30 2014.Fund performance

Objective

The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund normally invests at least 80% of the value of its net assets, plus any borrowings for investment purposes, in equity securities of Smaller Companies of Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) companies. It invests primarily in common stock, but may also invest in other types of equity securities. While the fund intends to invest in a number of different countries, at times it may invest a significant part of its assets in a single country. The fund may invest without limit in emerging market countries.

Profile

Fund typeOpen Ended Investment Company
Investment style (stocks)
Market Cap: Mid
Investment Style: Value
Morningstar categoryPacific/Asia ex-Japan Stk
Launch date28/06/2011
Price currencyUSD
DomicileUnited States
SymbolAPCCX
Manager & start date
Hugh Young
28/06/2011
Christopher Wong
28/06/2011
Chou Chong
28/06/2011
Flavia Cheong
28/06/2011
Adrian Lim
16/12/2013

Investment

Pricing frequencyDaily
Total net assets
62.55k USDAs of Sep 30 2014
Net expense ratio2.50%
Front end load--
Deferred load1.00%
Redemption fee--
Min. initial investment1,000.00 USD
Min. additional investment50.00 USD
Initial IRA1,000.00 USD
Additional IRA50.00 USD
Available for saleUnited States

Diversification

Asset type

Non-US stock
96.73%
Cash
2.75%
Other
0.52%
US stock
0.00%
US bond
0.00%
Non-US bond
0.00%

Top 5 sectors

Consumer Cyclical
21.94%
Industrials
14.88%
Financial Services
14.71%
Real Estate
10.58%
Basic Materials
9.94%

Top 5 Regions

Emerging Asia
54.86%
Developed Asia
33.46%
United Kingdom
4.07%
Australasia
3.84%
Eurozone
0.50%

Sector and region weightings are calculated using only long position holdings of the portfolio.

Sector & regional holdings

Top 5 holdings

Company1 year
change
Portfolio
weight
Long
allocation
Aeon Co Malaysia Bhd--3.14%
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC--2.96%
Dah Sing Financial Holdings Ltd--2.60%
Shinsegae Co Ltd--2.32%
DGB Financial Group Co Ltd--2.25%
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Sep 30 2014.Top 10 holdings

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