Emerging Markets Debt Fund

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As of 6/30/2022

Additional Fund Information

   
Inception Date: 05/25/2021
Expense Ratio (Gross): 1.24%
Expense Ratio (Net): 0.70%
Ticker Symbol: WEDIX
CUSIP: 969251511

Fund Statistics

 
 
Total Net Assets ($Million): $44
Number Of Holdings: 189
Trailing 1-Year Turnover: 130.3%

Credit Quality

% of Fund
AA 2.9%
A 5.3%
BBB 18.4%
BB 19.3%
B 24.9%
CCC 5.2%
D 0.5%
NR 16.0%
Cash & Equivalents 7.5%
Total 100.0%

Sector Diversification

Sector Name
% of Fund
Emerging Markets Sovereign 62.8%
Emerging Markets Quasi-Sovereign 18.2%
Emerging Markets Corporates 10.3%
Cash & Equivalents 7.5%
Emerging Markets Sub Sovereign 1.2%
Total Percentage 100.0%

Top 10 Issuers

Region
% of Fund
Republik Indonesia 3.5%
Republica Dominicana 3.5%
Petroleos Mexicanos 3.3%
Jumhuriyat Misr Al-Arabiyah 3.0%
Angola, Republic Of (Government) 2.7%
1Mdb Global Investments Ltd 2.7%
Nk Kazmunaygaz Ao 2.7%
Al Mamlakah Al Arabiyah As Suudiyah 2.4%
Nigeria, Federal Republic Of (Government) 2.3%
Republica Del Ecuador 2.3%
Total 28.4%

Top 10 Country Allocations

Country
% of Fund
Indonesia 6.4%
Mexico 4.6%
Dominican Republic 4.4%
Chile 4.0%
Malaysia 3.7%
United Arab Emirates 3.3%
Egypt 2.9%
Nigeria 2.8%
Angola 2.7%
Argentina 2.7%
Total 37.6%

Top 10 Countries by Active Spread Duration Contribution

Country
% of Fund
Indonesia 0.1%
Dominican Republic 0.1%
Angola 0.1%
Nigeria 0.1%
Romania 0.1%
Egypt 0.1%
South Africa 0.1%
Argentina 0.1%
United Arab Emirates 0.1%
Kazakhstan 0.1%
Total 1.0%

Duration Distribution

Years
% of Fund
Less than 1 year 12.8%
1 - 3 years 6.6%
3 - 5 years 13.4%
5 - 7 years 18.7%
7 - 10 years 20.0%
10 - 15 years 18.0%
15+ years 10.5%
Total 100.0%

Active spread duration is the difference between the effective spread duration contribution from a particular security or market segment to a portfolio, and the contribution to the portfolio's benchmark. Effective spread duration is a measure of the sensitivity of a bond's price with respect to sovereign spread movement. It approximately measures the percentage change in a bond's price if spreads change by 100 bps.

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Duration distribution is the portfolio's allocation to different groups of bonds, where those groups are determined by the bonds' effective interest rate duration. Effective interest rate duration is a measure of the sensitivity of a bond's price with respect to a shift in U.S. interest rates. It approximately measures the percentage change in a bond's price if U.S. interest rates change by 100 bps.

Option-adjusted spread (OAS) is a measure of the spread of a fixed income investment's yield relative to a benchmark, adjusted to take into account an embedded option.

 

The 30-Day SEC Yield is an annualized yield based on the most recent 30 day period. Subsidized yields reflect fee waivers in effect. Unsubsidized yields reflect what the yield would have been if no fee waiver had been in effect.

Information about the Fund's holdings should not be considered investment advice. There is no guarantee that the Fund will continue to hold any one particular security or stay invested in any one particular sector. Holdings are subject to change at any time. Top holdings are shown as a % of total net assets.