U.S. All Cap Growth Fund

+$0.61 / +0.39%
Fund assets
Year-to-date return
Fund inception date
Data as of 7/12/2024
Fund overview
Investing in growth businesses across the market-cap spectrum
The U.S. All Cap Growth Fund aims to identify businesses with robust, sustainable and underappreciated growth.

Seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing at least two-thirds of its assets in equity securities of US companies of any size, using bottom-up research to identify high-quality investments in companies with robust and sustainable growth of revenues and earnings

Key differentiators

  • Leverages an experienced and stable investment team, with a strategy track record of more than 20 years
  • Emphasises consistency of returns within a strong risk management framework centered on sell discipline
  • Implements a bottom-up, multi-step process to identify businesses with top-quartile, secular revenue and earnings expansion that is sustainable over time

General facts







SFDR classification


Minimum investment


Share class launch date


Annual management fee


Total expense ratio (TER)


Benchmark name

Russell 3000® Growth Index




Past performance is not indicative of future results.

Calendar year

Calendar year

(as of 12/31/2023)
Average annual returns

Average annual returns

(as of 6/30/2024)
Russell 3000® Growth Index
Expenses (as of 7/31/2023)
Annual management fee
1.60 %
Total expense ratio (TER)
1.83 %

The ongoing charges/total expense ratio (TER) reflects annual total operating expenses for the class, excludes transaction costs and is expressed as a percentage of net asset value. The figure shown is from current KID. The investment manager has committed to reimburse the Sub-Fund when the ongoing charges exceed the agreed upon TER. Ongoing charges may vary over time.

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Performance calculations are net of all applicable fees and are calculated on an offer-to-bid basis (with income re-invested). Performance shown is for class and currency indicated and returns may increase/decrease as a result of currency fluctuations.

Returns do not reflect the imposition of the sales charge applicable to Class A shares. While the Fund does not currently impose a sales charge, the bank, sub-distributor or financial institution through whom you purchase shares may apply a sales charge up to 5.00%.

Please keep in mind that high double-digit returns were primarily achieved during favorable market conditions. You should not expect that such favorable returns can be consistently achieved. A fund's performance, especially for short time periods, should not be the sole factor in making your investment decision.



(as of 6/30/2024)

This chart shows the value of a hypothetical $10,000 investment in the fund over the specified time period up to 10 years or since its inception (for funds lacking 10-year records). The result is compared with benchmarks, which may include a broad-based market index and a peer group average or index. Market indexes do not include expenses, which are deducted from fund returns as well as mutual fund averages and indexes.

Does not include sales charges and assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains. If sales charges were included, returns would be lower.

Performance and volatility metrics

Performance and volatility metrics

(as of 6/30/2024)
3 Year
Alpha -11.80
Beta 1.01
Sharpe Ratio -0.24
Standard Deviation 21.70
R2 0.94
Information Ratio -2.34
Upside Market Capture Ratio 68.43
Downside Market Capture Ratio 109.35
Tracking Error 5.25
Correlation 0.97
Treynor Ratio -0.05
Morningstar ratings and rankings

Morningstar ratings and rankings

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Prices and distributions

Historical prices

YTD high $157.44 7/10/2024
YTD low $124.47 1/4/2024
52-week high $157.44 7/10/2024
52-week low $109.48 10/26/2023
2023 high $129.77 12/28/2023
2023 low $97.30 1/5/2023
Best quarterly return 33.55% 6/30/2020
Worst quarterly return -24.41% 6/30/2022
Best annual return 30.22% 12/31/2023
Worst annual return 0.00% 12/31/2020


Portfolio statistics

Portfolio statistics

(as of 5/31/2024)
Fund Benchmark
Number of Holdings 79


(as of 5/31/2024) Overview chart

Placement within the Morningstar Equity Style Box is based on two variables: relative median market capitalization and relative price valuations (price/book and price/earnings) of the fund’s portfolio holdings. These numbers are drawn from the fund’s portfolio holdings figures most recently entered into Morningstar’s database and the corresponding market conditions. The Ownership Zone is represented by a shaded area surrounding the centroid. This zone encompasses 75% of a portfolio’s holdings on an asset-weighted basis and is designed to be a visual measure of how wide-ranging the portfolio is.


Top 10 holdings

(as of 6/30/2024)
Microsoft Corporation
Amazon.com, Inc.
NVIDIA Corporation
Meta Platforms Inc Class A
Apple Inc.
Alphabet Inc. Class A
Mastercard Incorporated Class A
Uber Technologies, Inc.
Fair Isaac Corporation
Booking Holdings Inc.
Top 10 represents 50.87% of total net assets

Based on ending weights as of month-end. Source: FactSet. The information shown is not intended to be, nor should it be construed to be, a recommendation to buy or sell an individual security.

Sector allocation

Sector allocation

(as of 5/31/2024)
Information technology
43.74% 44.31%
Consumer discretionary
16.90% 14.01%
Communication services
10.94% 12.22%
Health care
9.09% 10.76%
8.91% 6.11%
7.64% 6.08%
1.50% 0.84%
Consumer staples
1.28% 4.06%
0.00% 0.13%
Real estate
0.00% 0.82%
0.00% 0.67%

Based on ending weights as of month-end. Source: FactSet. Percent total may not add to 100% due to rounding.

ESG data summary

MSCI Overall ESG Score 1
Sustainalytics ESG Risk Score 2
SFDR Rating

Product involvement 3

Portfolio Benchmark
Controversial Weapons exposure 0.00% 0.51%
Oil Sands exposure 0.00% 0.00%
Small Arms exposure 0.00% 0.02%
Thermal Coal exposure 0.00% 0.00%
Tobacco exposure 0.00% 0.03%
UN Global Compact non-compliant exposure 0.00% 0.36%

¹ Data is sourced from MSCI ESG Research where companies are rated on a scale of 0 – 10 (0 - worst, 10 - best). Weighted average scores exclude effects of unrated securities.

² ESG Risk Ratings measure exposure to and management of ESG risks. Lower risk scores reflect less ESG risk. Sustainalytics ESG Risk Scores measure ESG risks on a scale of 0 – 100 (0 - no ESG Risk, >40 - Severe ESG Risk).

³ Carbon emissions includes operational and first-tier supply chain greenhouse gas emissions. Data sourced from S&P Trucost Limited.

⁴ Source: Allspring Global Investments. This report contains information developed by Sustainalytics. Such information and data are proprietary of Sustainalytics and/or its third-party suppliers (Third Party Data) and are provided for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement of any product or project, nor an investment advice and are not warranted to be complete, timely, accurate or suitable for a particular purpose. Their use is subject to conditions available at https://www.sustainalytics.com/legal-disclaimers. Copyright © 2023 Sustainalytics. All rights reserved.


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Commentary 3/31/2024 English Download
Fact Sheet 5/31/2024 Italian Download
Fact Sheet 5/31/2024 Korean Download
Fact Sheet 5/31/2024 English Download
Fact Sheet 6/30/2024 English Download
Fund Profile 5/31/2024 English Download
Monthly Commentary 5/31/2024 English Download
Regulatory Document Date Language
Lux Fund Sustainability-Related Disclosures 4/16/2024 English Download
PRIIPs KIDs 1/29/2024 English Download
PRIIPs KIDs 10/4/2023 French Download
Our team
Meet the investment team

The team seeks a style-pure dedication to growth, targeting consistency of returns and focusing on fundamental, bottom-up, all-cap research to identify businesses with sustainable growth.

Key risks

Geographic concentration risk: Investments concentrated in specific geographic regions and markets may be subject to greater volatility due to economic downturns and other factors affecting the specific geographic regions.

Smaller-company securities risk: Securities of companies with smaller market capitalisations tend to be more volatile and less liquid than securities of larger companies.

ESG risk: Applying an ESG screen for security selection may result in lost opportunity in a security or industry resulting in possible underperformance relative to peers. ESG screens are dependent on third-party data and errors in the data may result in the incorrect inclusion or exclusion of a security.

Equity securities risk: These securities fluctuate in value and price in response to factors impacting the issuer of the security as well as general market, economic and political conditions.

Leverage risk: The use of certain types of financial derivative instruments may create leverage which may increase share price volatility.

Global investment risk: Securities of certain jurisdictions may experience more rapid and extreme changes in value and may be affected by uncertainties such as international political developments, currency fluctuations and other developments in the laws and regulations of countries in which an investment may be made.

Sector emphasis risk: Investing a substantial portion of assets in related industries or sectors may have greater risks because companies in these sectors may share common characteristics and may react similarly to market developments.

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Investors should note that, relative to the expectations of the Autorité des Marchés Financiers, this fund presents disproportionate communication on the consideration of non-financial criteria in its investment policy.

The ongoing charges/total expense ratio (TER) reflects annual total operating expenses for the class, excludes transaction costs and is expressed as a percentage of net asset value. The figure shown is from current KID. The investment manager has committed to reimburse the Sub-Fund when the ongoing charges exceed the agreed upon TER. Ongoing charges may vary over time.

Any benchmark referenced is for comparative purposes only, unless specifically referenced otherwise in this material and/or in the prospectus, under the Sub-Funds’ Investment Objective and Policy.

†Promotes environmental and social characteristics but does not have a sustainable investment objective

†While the Sub-Funds listed above have access to both internal and external ESG research and integrate financially material sustainability risks into their investment decision-making processes, ESG-related factors are considered but not determinative, permitting the relevant Sub-Investment Managers to invest in issuers that do not embrace ESG; as such, sustainability risks may have a more material impact on the value of the Sub-Fund’s investments in the medium to long term. The investments underlying these Sub-Funds do not take into account the EU criteria for environmentally sustainable economic activities.

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