Specialist in Asia Pacific, China, India and South East Asia and Global Emerging Market equities.

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Stewart Investors manage investment portfolios on behalf of our clients over the long term and have held shares in some companies for over 20 years. They launched their first investment strategy in 1988.

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Latest First Sentier Investors Fund Dividends

#  Dividends are not guaranteed and may be paid out of capital.  The Fund(s) aim(s) to provide dividend at e.g. monthly, half-yearly, quarterly basis.

Source: First Sentier Investors.

Acc represents share class with dividends accumulated. 

M Dist represents share class with monthly distribution of dividends. 

H Dist represents share class with half-yearly distribution of dividends. 

Q Dist represents share class with quarterly distribution of dividends. 

Warning: Please note that a positive distribution yield does not imply a positive return. Investors should not make any investment decision solely based on information contained in the table above. You should read the relevant offering document (including the key facts statement) of the fund for further details including the risk factors. 

“Net Distributable Income” generally means the investment income (e.g. dividend income) net of fees and expenses attributable to the relevant share class and may also include net realised gains (if any) based on unaudited financial accounts. Net Distributable Income which has not been paid as dividends can be carried forward within the same financial year".

Payment of dividends out of capital, or payment of fees and expenses out of capital to increase distributable income, amounts to a return or withdrawal of part of an investor’s original investment or from any capital gains attributable to that original investment. Any distribution involving payment of dividends effectively out of the Fund’s capital may result in an immediate decrease of the Net Asset Value per share.