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Rudolf Wolff Global Income Fund (Dublin)

On the 1st September 2017, Rudolf Wolff launched the Rudolf Wolff Global Income Fund* as a Dublin UCITS to continue the successful five-year track record generated by the Rudolf Wolff Income Fund (Bermuda).

The objective is to satisfy those investors looking for stable annual income with underlying capital appreciation from a regulated Fund and are seeking higher income than is currently available from traditional deposits.


Key Points


  • The Fund invests in a diversified pool of high-yielding corporate bonds and preference shares issued in the main by listed large-cap institutions, and asset-backed securities. All the Fund's investments are listed on at least one major exchange.


  • The Fund aims to deliver a gross income (ex-capital appreciation), of 5.5% annually, either paid in semi-annual instalments or reinvested in the Fund at investors’ discretion.


  • The Fund’s assets can be denominated in a number of different currencies but are predominantly in GBP, USD and EUR. Currency exposure across non-GBP assets is hedged back into GBP and non-GBP share classes are hedged back into their base currencies on a rolling monthly basis.

  • The Fund may take on a limited amount of leverage via derivatives and may invest in large-cap high-yielding equities, but currently exercises neither of these options.

Rudolf Wolff Global Income Fund


*The Rudolf Wolff Global Income Fund (the “Fund”), is a sub-fund of RW Multi-Strategy UCITS ICAV (the “ICAV”), The ICAV was registered as an Irish collective asset-management vehicle by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) on 8 March 2016 constituted as an umbrella fund with segregated liability between sub-funds and authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities (“UCITS”) pursuant to the European Communities (Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securable Securities) Regulations 2011 (as amended) (the “Regulations”). The Management Company of the ICAV is HAL Fund Services Ireland Limited, regulated by the CBI, and manages the ICAV on a cross border basis. The Investment Manager of the Sub Fund is Rudolf Wolff Limited and is also the Fund’s Global Distributor and UK Facilities Agent, authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority FRN: 468022. The Fund is recognised by the UK Financial Conduct Authority pursuant to a marketing passport under the Regulations and therefore may be promoted in the UK.

Investors who are not professional investors should contact their professional adviser prior to any investment in the Fund. The Fund's Prospectus and Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and/or PRIIP/KID are available from or The decision to invest in the Fund should take into account all the characteristics and objectives of the Fund (inclusive of sustainability features) as described in the Prospectus. An investment in the Fund is for its units only and not directly in the Fund’s underlying assets

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