United Global Macro Opportunities Fund

NAV / Unit 12.7725
-0.0347 -0.2709% As of 12 Oct 2021 *Please Study FIF Calendar.
Fund size (Baht)
Inception Date
10 Jun 2016
Investment Policy
The fund will invest in JPMorgan – Global Macro Opportunities Fund (Master Fund) which enables investors to participate in market rallies, while limiting downside risk during periods of market correction. It also provides investors an opportunity to benefit from trends driving global markets through both traditional and sophisticated investment strategies.
Fund Type as Classified by AIMC Category Performance
Foreign Investment Allocation
Target Investor
- Are looking for investment growth through exposure to a range of asset classes - Have at least a five year investment horizon - Are able to understand the complexity of the alternative strategies employed - Are willing to accept the product specific risks
Risk Level with Fund Type
Risk Level: 5
Fund Features
  • Fund Type Feeder fund
  • Fund subscription (Next Round) Every business day
    by 3.30 p.m.***
  • Fund redemption (Next Round) Every business day
    by 3.30 p.m.***
  • Dividend Policy No Dividend Payment
  • Minimum Subscription No minimum
  • Minimum Redemption No minimum
  • Settlement Period T + 5 from calculation date
    ***Date will be informed in advance
    Please study details in prospectus
Direct Fee to Unitholder (% of NAV)
  • Front-ended Fee ≤ 2.0000%
  • Back-ended Fee None
  • Switching Fee Switching - in Equal to Front-ended fee
    Switching - out Equal to Back-ended fee
Fund Fee (% of NAV)
  • Management Fee ≤ 2.1400% p.a.
  • Trustee Fee ≤ 0.0803% p.a
  • Register Fee ≤ 0.4280% p.a.
Getting started
Investing now prepares you for potential long-term growth, makes your money work harder and potentially allows you to achieve your financial goals faster.
In case of a mutual fund targeting solely for non-retail and high-networth investors, the company reserves the right to change such mutual fund’s policy to be a mutual fund for retail investors as a result of which, fund investment and performance may be affected.