ES AllianceBernstein Europe (Ex UK) Equity Fund

Seeks long-term capital growth by:

  • Investing in stocks of companies throughout Europe ex UK that offer compelling long-term return potential and attractive valuations
  • Taking a long-term perspective in order to capitalize on short-term market inefficiencies created by investors’ overreaction to macroeconomic, industry, or company-specific concerns
  • Employing a disciplined, bottom-up approach that combines fundamental research with proprietary quantitative tools to identify attractive investment opportunities

The value of investments and the income from them will vary. Your capital is at risk.

Management Team

Fund stats

Fund Details
Portfolio Inception Date 29/03/2019
Base Currency GBP
Subscription and Redemption Daily 12:00:00 cut off
Fund Type OEIC
Domicile UK
Share class Detail - Class I
Share Class Inception Date 29/03/2019
Shareclass Currency GBP
Min. Investment GBP 1K
Dividend Frequency Accumulation
ISIN GB00BJMHLK84
Bloomberg

Fees & Expenses

Share class Detail - Class I
Ongoing Charges Figure 0.80%

The ongoing charges figure is based on an estimate of the expenses at launch. Ongoing charges may vary from year to year. The ongoing charges figure includes any portfolio transaction costs which the Fund pays to its service providers (e.g. to the Fund's custodian) and any entry/exit charges the Fund pays when buying/selling units in another fund. In general, however, the figure excludes other portfolio transaction costs.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Investment in the Fund entails certain risks. The investment returns and principal value of the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Dividends are not paid for all share classes and are not guaranteed. The Fund is meant as a vehicle for diversification and does not represent a complete investment program. Prospective investors should read the Prospectus carefully and discuss risks and the Fund’s fees and charges with their financial advisor to determine if the investment is appropriate for them. The value of an investment can go up or down and past performance is neither indicative of, nor a guarantee of, future results.