Prudential All Stocks Corporate Bond S3

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Portfolio data accurate as at:

Performance

Discrete performance - to latest available quarter end

30/06/17
to
30/06/18
30/06/18
to
30/06/19
30/06/19
to
30/06/20
30/06/20
to
30/06/21
30/06/21
to
30/06/22
Fund 1.3% 6.6% 9.8% 1.5% -12.2%
Benchmark 0.6% 5.9% 6.4% 1.7% -13.1%

Performance - to latest available quarter end

Quarter Annualised
2
2022
3 Years to
30/06/22
5 Years to
30/06/22
10 Years to
30/06/22
Fund -6.9% -0.7% 1.1% 4.3%
Benchmark -6.8% -2.0% 0.0% 3.4%

Top 10 Holdings

Stock % Weight
1½% Treasury Gilt 2026 5.81
1¼% Treasury Gilt 2027 3.56
4 1/2 Treasury 2034 2.46
3¼% Treasury Gilt 2044 2.33
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK 1.55
KFW BANKENGRUPPE MTN 1.17
NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE FINANC MTN 1.14
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK RegS 0.94
1¾% Treasury Gilt 2037 0.93
SILVERBACK FINANCE DAC 0.92
Total 20.82

Fund Aims

Objective: The investment strategy of the fund is to purchase units in the M&G PP All Stocks Corporate Bond Fund - the underlying fund.

Underlying Fund Objective: The fund invests mainly in high quality sterling corporate bonds across the range of maturities. The fund is actively managed against its benchmark, the iBoxx sterling Non-Gilts Index. The fund may also hold UK government gilts and limited amounts of high yield and hedged non-sterling corporate bonds. Derivative instruments may be used for efficient portfolio fund management.

Performance Objective: To outperform the benchmark by 0.80% a year (before charges) on a rolling three year basis.

Fund Manager

Jamie Hamilton manager of the underlying fund for 21 years and 6 months

Photo of Jamie Hamilton Jamie Hamilton joined Prudential Group in 2001 as a fund manager in the fixed income team managing a range of institutional corporate bond funds. Prior to joining M&G, Jamie worked for Dresdner RCM Global Investors as a fixed income fund manager, managing corporate bond funds. Jamie graduated from Newcastle University with a degree in economics and is a chartered financial analyst (CFA) charterholder.

Fund Overview

Daily price (15/08/2022) 319.80
Fund size (30/06/2022) £29.46m
Underlying Fund size £0.00m
Number of holdings 548
Annual Management Charge (AMC) Please refer to the "Fund Guide"
for your specific pension plan
Launch date 06/04/2001

Asset Allocation

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  International Bonds 41.53%
  UK Corporate Bonds 37.57%
  UK Gilts 16.74%
  UK Equities 0.00%
  Cash and Equivalents -1.11%
  Other Assets 5.26%

Commentary

Performance as at Q1 2022 - The first quarter was dominated by sharply higher inflation in the developed economies, and since February by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Whilst the news coming out of the Ukraine is deeply concerning, and has caused the largest humanitarian crisis since the second world war, the economic impact of the crisis will be equally significant given both Russia and Ukraine are embedded in the global economy. The effects are already being felt, with significant commodity and energy price rises during the quarter, and through further supply chain disruption and sanctions, all of which have fuelled existing supply side inflationary pressures, resulting in US CPI inflation at a 40 year high of 7.9%, and Eurozone inflation at 5.9%, the highest since the start of the single currency.

Against this backdrop, government bonds and risk assets such as equities and corporate bonds, have all performed poorly during the quarter, with only commodity prices and related assets delivering positive returns. The inflationary environment prompted official rate increases by the US Federal Reserve and Bank of England during the quarter, and the ECB announcing rates will rise this year, contrary to their prior 'no change' guidance. Significant uncertainty and volatility remains around the likely path and magnitude of the tightening cycle, with even Federal Reserve Board members future expectations for 2022 and 2023 having very significant divergence, reflecting both the desire to curtail inflation and to support growth. Recession risks remain high, and are reflected by the inverted US Treasury yield curve.

Market expectations of future official rate increases changed substantially during the quarter, both in the magnitude and timing of the expected rate rises, with multiple increases now anticipated across major markets throughout the course of this year, alongside a faster run-down of asset purchase programmes.

A combination of the conflict, inflation and higher official rates drove government bond yields higher over the quarter, with US 10 year Treasury yields higher by 0.8%, and UK and Eurozone 10 year yields higher by 0.6%. Credit spreads, already weakening early in the quarter, were further impacted by the Russian invasion and moved wider; however the wholesale capitulation of risk evident at the start of the Covid crisis was not in evidence.

Credit spreads widened to 2018 levels, before buyers emerged, prompting risk premia to retrace a significant proportion of the sell-off by quarter end, and in a few instances individual bonds traded back to levels seen before the Ukraine crisis began. Despite this, broad investment grade and high yield credit spreads still ended the quarter wider. Taken together, the impact of rising bond yields and credit spreads across the maturity spectrum saw most government and credit indices fall in value by between -4% and -8% during the quarter, with longer duration markets like the UK among the worst performers.

Source: M&G

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Source of portfolio data: Broadridge. Source of performance data: FE fundinfo. We can’t predict the future. Past performance isn’t a guide to future performance. The figures shown are intended only to demonstrate performance history of the fund, after allowing for the impact of fund charges and further costs, but take no account of any Annual Management Charge paid for by the deduction of units. Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now. Fund performance is based upon the movement of the daily price and is shown as total return in GBP with gross income reinvested. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you might get back less than you put in.

This factsheet is intended for the trustees, sponsors, advisers and members of occupational pension schemes using Prudential group pension contracts and Prudential grouped personal pensions and Stakeholder pension contracts. Its purpose is to provide an insight into how investment markets and funds have performed over the period and is provided for information only. If you are not familiar with any of the investment terminology included, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their scheme documentation (e.g. Fund Guide) for fund availability, investment strategy, any scheme information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

Portfolio data accurate as at:

Asset Allocation

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  International Bonds 41.53%
  UK Corporate Bonds 37.57%
  UK Gilts 16.74%
  UK Equities 0.00%
  Cash and Equivalents -1.11%
  Other Assets 5.26%

Bond Sector Breakdown

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Industry Supersector Sector Subsector
 
Bonds 95.84% - - -
 
Non-Classified 5.26% - - -
 
Cash and Equivalents -1.11% - - -

Regional Allocation

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  UK 54.31%
  Developed Europe - Excl UK 23.81%
  North America 13.22%
  Non-Classified 7.09%
  South & Central America 1.05%
  Australia & New Zealand 0.65%
  Japan 0.42%
  Developed Asia 0.31%
  Emerging Europe 0.26%
  Cash and Equivalents -1.11%

Fixed Interest Currencies

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  Pound Sterling 88.58%
  Euro 5.43%
  Non-Fixed Interest Assets 5.26%
  US Dollar 1.84%
  Cash -1.11%

Regional Breakdown

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Region Country
 
UK 54.31% -
 
United Kingdom - 54.31%
 
Developed Europe - Excl UK 23.81% -
 
France - 5.82%
 
Netherlands - 5.56%
 
Luxembourg - 3.61%
 
Germany - 3.04%
 
Ireland - 1.54%
 
Italy - 0.92%
 
Sweden - 0.89%
 
Switzerland - 0.82%
 
Finland - 0.49%
 
Belgium - 0.46%
 
Spain - 0.30%
 
Norway - 0.27%
 
Austria - 0.07%
 
Denmark - 0.02%
 
North America 13.22% -
 
United States - 12.31%
 
Canada - 0.91%
 
Non-Classified 7.09% -
 
South & Central America 1.05% -
 
Mexico - 1.05%
 
Australia & New Zealand 0.65% -
 
Australia - 0.65%
 
Japan 0.42% -
 
Japan - 0.42%
 
Developed Asia 0.31% -
 
Hong Kong - 0.21%
 
Singapore - 0.10%
 
Emerging Europe 0.26% -
 
Czech Republic - 0.26%
 
Cash and Equivalents -1.11% -

Breakdown By Market Cap (%)

Non-Classified
 
 
5.26%
Bonds
 
 
95.84%
Cash
 
-1.11%

Fixed Interest Maturity Profile

< 5Yr Maturity
 
 
28.02%
5Yr - 10Yr Maturity
 
 
29.68%
10Yr - 15Yr Maturity
 
 
14.14%
> 15Yr Maturity
 
 
24.00%
Cash And Equivalents
 
-1.11%
Unknown Maturity
 
 
5.26%

Fixed Interest Quality Profile

AAA
 
 
8.88%
AA
 
 
24.41%
A
 
 
20.33%
BBB
 
 
30.05%
Sub-Investment Grade
 
 
2.48%
Unknown Quality
 
 
9.70%
Cash and Equivalents
 
-1.11%
Other Asset Types
 
 
5.26%

Top 10 Holdings

Stock % Weight Sector Country
1 1½% Treasury Gilt 2026 5.81% Bonds United Kingdom
2 1¼% Treasury Gilt 2027 3.56% Bonds United Kingdom
3 4 1/2 Treasury 2034 2.46% Bonds United Kingdom
4 3¼% Treasury Gilt 2044 2.33% Bonds United Kingdom
5 EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK 1.55% Bonds Luxembourg
6 KFW BANKENGRUPPE MTN 1.17% Bonds Germany
7 NETWORK RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE FINANC MTN 1.14% Bonds United Kingdom
8 EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK RegS 0.94% Bonds Luxembourg
9 1¾% Treasury Gilt 2037 0.93% Bonds United Kingdom
10 SILVERBACK FINANCE DAC 0.92% Nonequity Investment Instruments Ireland

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Identification Codes

Sedol Code 3168563
Mex Code PUCB
Isin Code GB0031685638
Citi Code P270

Fund Charges

Annual Management Charge (AMC) Please refer to the "Fund Guide"
for your specific pension plan

Aims and Benchmark

Aims Objective: The investment strategy of the fund is to purchase units in the M&G PP All Stocks Corporate Bond Fund - the underlying fund. Underlying Fund Objective: The fund invests mainly in high quality sterling corporate bonds across the range of maturities. The fund is actively managed against its benchmark, the iBoxx sterling Non-Gilts Index. The fund may also hold UK government gilts and limited amounts of high yield and hedged non-sterling corporate bonds. Derivative instruments may be used for efficient portfolio fund management. Performance Objective: To outperform the benchmark by 0.80% a year (before charges) on a rolling three year basis.
Benchmark iBoxx Sterling Non-Gilts Index
ABI Sector Sterling Fixed Interest

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now.

This factsheet is for information purposes only. If there is information or terminology included that you would like to discuss, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their policy documentation and supporting brochures for fund availability, investment strategy, any product information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

These risk ratings have been developed by Prudential to help provide an indication of a fund’s potential level of risk and reward based on the type of assets which may be held by the fund. Other companies may use different descriptions and as such these risk ratings should not be considered as generic across the fund management industry.

We regularly review our fund risk ratings, so they may change in the future. If, in our view, there is a material change in the fund's level of risk, for example due to a significant change to the assets held by the fund or in the way the fund is managed, we will provide information on the new risk rating. We recommend that you make sure you understand the risk rating of any fund before you invest.

You should also consider discussing your decision and the appropriateness of a fund's risk rating with an adviser.

  • Higher Risk
  • Medium to Higher Risk
  • Medium Risk
  • Lower to Medium Risk
  • Lower Risk
  • Minimal Risk

Lower to Medium Risk

These funds may invest in corporate bonds or multi-asset strategies with a higher weighting in corporate bonds (and other comparable strategies).

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Important Information

This factsheet is intended for the trustees, sponsors, advisers and members of occupational pension schemes using Prudential group pension contracts and Prudential grouped personal pensions and Stakeholder pension contracts. Its purpose is to provide an insight into how investment markets and funds have performed over the period and is provided for information only. If you are not familiar with any of the investment terminology included, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their scheme documentation (e.g. Fund Guide) for fund availability, investment strategy, any scheme information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Source of performance data: FE fundinfo. We can’t predict the future. Past performance isn’t a guide to future performance. The figures shown are intended only to demonstrate performance history of the fund, after allowing for the impact of fund charges and further costs, but take no account of any Annual Management Charge paid for by the deduction of units. Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now. Fund performance is based upon the movement of the daily price and is shown as total return in GBP with gross income reinvested. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you might get back less than you put in.

This factsheet is intended for the trustees, sponsors, advisers and members of occupational pension schemes using Prudential group pension contracts and Prudential grouped personal pensions and Stakeholder pension contracts. Its purpose is to provide an insight into how investment markets and funds have performed over the period and is provided for information only. If you are not familiar with any of the investment terminology included, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their scheme documentation (e.g. Fund Guide) for fund availability, investment strategy, any scheme information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

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