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BNY Mellon Asset Management – BNY Mellon Brazil Equity Fund

BNY Mellon Asset Management – BNY Mellon Brazil Equity Fund

Type: Offshore Oeic

Aim: Growth by investing mainly in the equities and equity-related securities of Brazilian companies and those based elsewhere that trade mainly in Brazil

Minimum investment: Lump sum £5,000 for A shares, £1,000 for B shares

Investment split: 18.6% energy, 17.5% materials, 17.4% financials, 16.2% utilities, 13.8% telecommunication services, 6.1% consumer staples, 3.9% consumer discretionary, 2.9% industrials, 3.6% others, 2.8% cash

Place of registration: Dublin

Charges: Initial up to 5%, annual 2% for A shares, 1.5% for B shares

Commission: Initial up to 3%, renewal 0.5%

Tel: 0500 660000

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