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M&G International Investments

Founded in 1931, M&G is one of the largest asset management companies in Europe with over €298 billion in assets under management (as at 30.06.20). M&G’s primary objective is to grow its clients’ savings through conviction-based management. The company has a strong expertise in all asset classes: equities, bonds, diversified management and real estate. M&G opened its Paris office in September 2007, and in more than 10 years has become one of the preferred partners of wealth management advisors thanks to simple, transparent and understandable products. At M&G, we believe in straightforward products that our clients can understand and trust.

The value of the fund’s assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested. The views expressed in this document should not be taken as a recommendation, advice or forecast. We are unable to give financial advice. If you are unsure about the suitability of your investment, speak to your financial adviser.

Asset class: Category of assets, such as cash, company shares, fixed income securities and their sub-categories, as well as tangible assets such as real estate.

Active management: An approach to investing whereby capital is allocated according to the judgment of the investor or fund manager(s). The active investor aims to beat the returns from the stockmarket or specified index/sector, rather than to match them.

Bond: A loan in the form of a security, usually issued by a government or company, which normally pays a fixed rate of interest over a given time period, at the end of which the initial amount borrowed is repaid.

Diversification: Risk reduction achieved by spreading investment across a range of assets or a range of securities in the same asset class.

Equities: Shares of ownership in a company.

This financial promotion is issued by M&G International Investments S.A. Registered Office: 16, boulevard Royal, L-2449, Luxembourg.