Socially Responsible Investments

Portfolio

Investing Portfolio

The Fund seeks to track the performance of an index composed of companies from developed countries and which comply with Shariah investment principles.

Key Benefits

Benefits

1

Diversified exposure to developed companies

2

Direct investment in developed world companies that comply with Shariah investment principles

3

International market exposure

Key Risks: The value of equities and equity-related securities can be affected by daily stock market movements. Other influential factors include political, economic news, company earnings and significant corporate events. Shari’ah funds generally do not pay interest and are prohibited from investing in businesses that are considered unlawful under Islamic principles. As a result, they may perform differently from other funds that do not follow Islamic principles. Counterparty Risk: The insolvency of any institutions providing services such as safekeeping of assets or acting as counterparty to derivatives or other instruments, may expose the Fund to financial loss.

Growth Of 10,000 USD Since Inception

12 Month Performance Periods (% USD)

30/6/2013 – 30/6/2014
30/6/2014 – 30/6/2015
Fund
24.43
Column 3
Benchmark
23.95%
Benchmark

Sector Breakdown

Fund

  • Health Care
    21.34
  • Energy
    18.47
  • Information Technology
    12.93
  • Industrials
    12.40
  • Materials
    11.35
  • Consumer Discretionary
    9.66
  • Consumer Staples
    8.10
  • Utilities
    3.07
  • Real Estate
    1.41
  • Telecommunications
    0.80
  • Financials
    0.25
  • Cash and/or Derivatives
    0.21

Top Countries

United States
48.94%
Japan
9.69%
United Kingdom
7.99%
Switzerland
6.64%
Germany
6.28%
France
5.37%
Canada
3.75%
Australia
2.29%
Netherlands
1.67%
Spain
1.32%
Other
6.05%

Geographic exposure relates principally to the domicile of the issuers of the securities held in the product, added together and then expressed as a percentage of the product’s total holdings. However, in some instances it can reflect the country where the issuer of the securities carries out much of their business.