International Strategic Value Dividend ADR with MAPs

Managed AccountsLarge Cap

Overview

 
STRATEGY

A composite of portfolios seeking income and long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in the American Depository Receipts (ADRs) of non-U.S. companies with high dividend yields and dividend growth potential and in a Managed Account Pool that invests directly in foreign securities.

KEY FACTS
Key Facts - Part 1
Benchmark MSCI World ex U.S. High Dividend Yield Index
Key Facts - Part 2
Strategy Inception Date July 1 2008
Managed Accounts Pools (MAPs)

MAPs are unique asset class pools specifically designed for SMA strategies. They are registered investment companies with "zero" expense ratio (fees waived). MAPs are available only in conjunction with Federated Separate Accounts. The implementation of MAPs can be at the discretion of the financial advisor.

Specific Asset Class Pool Available with this Strategy:

  • International Dividend Strategy Portfolio
INVESTMENT GOALS Retirement
Growth
Income
Global Diversification
MANAGERS
Daniel Peris, Ph.D., CFA
Senior Vice President
Senior Portfolio Manager, Head of Strategic Value Dividend Team

joined Federated
20 years of experience
Deborah Bickerstaff
Vice President
Portfolio Manager

joined Federated
23 years of experience
Jared Hoff
Vice President
Portfolio Manager

joined Federated
18 years of experience
Michael Tucker
Vice President
Portfolio Manager

joined Federated
26 years of experience

Characteristics

 

Commentary

 

Documents

 
DISCLOSURES

Investment strategies described on this site are not necessarily available through every sponsor program. Please check with your Federated representative or your home office to ascertain accessibility.

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Beta is calculated using the weighted average of the betas of the portfolio’s underlying stocks as of 10/31/18. Each stock’s beta is derived from 60 months of data using
country of risk to determine the appropriate market return.

Issues discussed within this communication represent the investment manager's explanation of factors that were considered when executing transactions or holding specific securities on the prior date indicated. Because this is a managed portfolio, the investment mix will change and the holdings are not indicative of future portfolio composition. Marketplace conditions fluctuate suddenly and frequently, and investment manager's opinions may change. These comments are not intended to be and do not constitute recommendations that others buy, sell or hold any of the securities discussed. Opinions relate to the representative portfolio as of the date above and are subject to change.

Supplemental to the GIPS composite found on this website in the Performance Profile found in the Documents section.

For a comparison of gross to net returns, see the GIPS. “Pure” gross-of-fees returns do not reflect the deduction of any expenses, including trading costs.
“Pure”gross-of-fees returns are supplemental to net returns. This information is supplemental to the GIPS presentation which should be referred to for the current performance, including the net figures, and index changes.

For printing purposes, this commentary must be accompanied by the full GIPS report.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

For additional information, including definitions of related terms and indexes, see the Financial Glossary and Benchmark Index Glossary.

Managed Account Pools (MAPs) are unique mutual fund pools of securities specially designed to provide diversification to separate account portfolios. Because these pools are highly liquid, they enhance the ability of managed account portfolios to quickly and efficiently respond to changing market conditions.

Unlike the typical mutual fund, each MAPs has zero expenses—and adds no additional fees or costs to the managed account portfolio. MAPs are available only in conjunction with Federated Separately Managed Accounts.

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