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HSBC reopens Frontier Markets Fund to new investors

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HSBC Global Asset Management (USA) has reopened the HSBC Frontier Markets Fund to new investors.

The decision to reopen the fund was based on a review of the fund’s investment discipline and the asset class’ capacity constraints.
 
The fund has been closed to new investors since 30 April 2014.
 
“We are pleased to offer the HSBC Frontier Markets Fund to new investors once again,” says Damion Hendrickson, head of sales for HSBC Global Management (USA). “HSBC is a pioneer in frontier markets investing and this fund provides highly-specialised exposure to countries and sectors that most investors are otherwise unable to access through more traditional equity strategies.”
 
The HSBC Frontier Markets Fund launched on 6 September 2011 and invests in frontier markets and in smaller emerging markets countries that have similar characteristics to frontier markets. Stock selection is driven by fundamental research that integrates environment, social, governance (ESG) factors.

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