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Sustainable Pension Income X EUR

ISIN: NL0013332463
  • Contributes actively to the realization of the SDG goals
  • Core exposure of portfolio invested in global investment grade credits
  • Experienced investment team
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About this fund

Sustainable Pension Income invests in the RobecoSAM Global SDG Credits fund. The fund's objective is to provide long term capital growth. Through the RobecoSAM Global SDG Credits fund, this fund invests in a diversified portfolio of global corporate bonds with an investment grade rating, the best opportunities in highyield and emerging markets. The fund applies a screening process to select bonds that contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (Sustainable Development Goals) of the UN. The fund assesses the contribution to the SDGs of all companies and excludes companies that make a negative contribution to these goals.

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Performances are gross of fees and based on closing values. In reality, costs (such as management fees and other costs) are charged. These have a negative effect on the returns shown.

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Based on transaction prices, the fund's return was 0.17%. The Global Aggregate Corporate Bond Index returned -1.02% (hedged to EUR) last month. The credit spread on the Global Aggregate Corporate Bond Index tightened two basis points to 0.88%. US 10-year bond yields rose from 1.31% to 1.49%, and German 10-year yields rose by 18 basis points to -0.20%. The fund performed worse than the benchmark. The excess return of our benchmark, the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Corporate (hedged in euros) versus Treasuries was 0.21%. The fund's beta was below one during the month, which made a negative contribution. Issuer selection detracted from performance. The largest underperformances came from BBB and BB names. Specifically, Fortescue Metals, Suzano and Cellnex Telecom.

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Market development

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In September, we saw several events that could disrupt markets, but so far the impact on credit spreads has been muted. Most volatility was seen in the Chinese real estate sector. It seems that a default of Evergrande, a company with a USD 300 billion balance sheet, is imminent. In Europe, low inventory levels of gas caused gas and electricity prices to spike eightfold compared to last year's winter prices. Oil surpassed the USD 80 mark and other commodity markets also performed strongly. In addition, in some sectors there are shortages in labor and supply bottlenecks. These disruptions on the supply side could have a significant impact on individual companies. Car manufacturers cutting production because of chip shortages is a clear example. The United States will soon reach the debt ceiling, an issue that will need to be resolved quickly to prevent a shutdown of the government.Central banks have moved away from their overly dovish stance. The ECB has recalibrated the net monthly purchases and the Fed has signaled a potential 2022 rate hike. Government bond yields have moved sharply higher, as headline inflation has risen to new highs.

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Currency policy

All currency risks are open.

Dividend policy

This share class of the fund does not distribute dividend.

ESG Integration policy

The prime goal of integrating ESG factors in our analysis is to strengthen our ability to assess the downside risk of our credit investments. Our analysts include RobecoSAM sustainability data and use external sources to make an ESG assessment as a part of the fundamental analysis.

Investment policy

Sustainable Pension Income invests in the RobecoSAM Global SDG Credits fund. The fund's objective is to provide long term capital growth. The fund promotes ESG (i.e. Environmental, Social and corporate Governance) characteristics within the meaning of Article 8 of the European Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and integrates ESG and sustainability risks in the investment process. In addition, the fund applies an exclusion list on the basis of controversial behavior, products (including controversial weapons, tobacco, palm oil and fossil fuel) and countries.Through the RobecoSAM Global SDG Credits fund, this fund invests in a diversified portfolio of global corporate bonds with an investment grade rating, the best opportunities in highyield and emerging markets. The fund applies a screening process to select bonds that contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (Sustainable Development Goals) of the UN. The fund assesses the contribution to the SDGs of all companies and excludes companies that make a negative contribution to these goals. The fund does not use a benchmark.

Risk policy

Risk management is fully embedded in the investment process to ensure that positions always meet predefined guidelines.

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ESG integration policy

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The prime goal of integrating ESG factors in our analysis is to strengthen our ability to assess the downside risk of our credit investments. Our analysts include RobecoSAM sustainability data and use external sources to make an ESG assessment as a part of the fundamental analysis.

Expectation of fund manager

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Most likely, the credit market will at best deliver a coupon excess return. A boring year, in other words. We think it is better to be positioned on the cautious side. 'All signs on green' has become the widely shared view for credit, and as a contrarian investor that is a red flag to us. This is a market that no longer compensates for tail risks and which is vulnerable to negative surprises. Confirmation biases rule. Although any other technical factor is dwarfed by what the Fed and ECB are doing, we believe it is still worth looking at other potential market drivers. The marginal change in policy is negative. We are moving from extremely to very accommodative policies. This is not least because, as the initial Covid shock demonstrated, if a left-hand tail surprise is big enough, spreads can still widen materially in the short run – even when QE is already in operation. Given the very low dispersion in markets, it no longer pays to reach out for the riskier names. Nevertheless, we still find opportunities in banks, rising stars and some idiosyncratic cases. Our positioning is consistent across all credit categories.

Victor Verberk,Reinout Schapers
Victor Verberk,Reinout Schapers

Victor Verberk,Reinout Schapers

Mr. Verberk is Head and Portfolio Manager Investment Grade Credits since January 2008. Prior to joining Robeco in 2008, Mr. Verberk was CIO with Holland Capital Management. Before that he was employed by Mn Services as Head of Fixed Income and he worked for AXA Investment Managers as Portfolio Manager Credits. Victor Verberk started his career in the investment industry in 1997. Mr. Verberk holds a Master's degree in Business Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam and has been a CEFA holder since 1999. Mr. Schapers is Portfolio Manager Emerging Market Credits in the Credit team. Prior to joining Robeco in 2011, Reinout worked at Aegon Asset Management for 5 years where he was a senior portfolio manager high yield credits and was Head of High Yield Europe since 2008. Before that, he worked at Rabo Securities as an M&A associate and at Credit Suisse First Boston as a corporate finance analyst. He holds an Engineering degree in Architecture from the Delft University of Technology. He has been active in the industry since 2003.

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The fund is established in the Netherlands. The fund is closed for corporate-income tax purposes (fiscally transparent). This means that all results are attributed directly to the participants. As a consequence, the fund is not liable to corporate-income tax and withholds no dividend tax.

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