BNY Mellon Global Dynamic Bond Fund Institutional W Accumulation

BNY Mellon Global Dynamic Bond Fund Institutional W Accumulation
BNY Mellon Fund Managers Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
Targeted Absolute Return
0.68 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
2.8 %
LIBOR 1 M GBP + 2% p.a.
The objective of the Sub-Fund is to maximise the total return from income and capital growth from a globally diversified portfolio of predominantly higher yielding corporate and government fixed interest securities. The Sub-Fund is managed to seek a minimum return of cash (1 month GBP LIBOR) + 2% per annum over 5 years before fees. In so doing we aim to achieve a positive return on a rolling 3 year basis. However, a positive return is not guaranteed and a capital loss may occur. The Sub-Fund may also invest in deposits, derivative instruments, forward transactions, approved money market instruments and collective investment schemes.
Holding %
Us 5 Year Treasury Note.Sep 2019 Future 7.30 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.75% 5.40 %
Euro BOBL Future Sept19 4.97 %
iShares JP Morgan $ EM Bond ETF USD Dist 3.96 %
United States Treasury Bonds 2.5% 3.10 %
Japan (Government Of) 0.1% 2.96 %
Australia (Commonwealth of) 3% 2.41 %
Japan (Government Of) 0.1% 2.06 %
BNY Mellon Global High Yield Bd X Acc 1.95 %
Norway (Kingdom Of) 0% 1.60 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 100.00 %
Sector %
Basic materials 100.00 %
BNY Mellon Fund Managers Limited
London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Carl Shepherd
Joined 02/28/2019
Jonathan Day
Joined 02/28/2019

After graduating in 1998 from Durham University with a BSc in Mathematics, Jon joined accountants KPMG in London. He was a member of the Audit Department and specialised in the Financial Services Industry. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2001 and joined the Newton Fixed Income team in early 2002. Jon’s main responsibilities are as a global bond manager and the fixed income team’s representative to the multi-asset strategy. He has also developed several econometric models to model bond markets and other economic data. He became a CFA charterholder in 2005

Parmeshwar Chadha
Joined 04/28/2006

Mr. Chadha is a fixed income fund manager and the lead manager on all of Newton’s high yield positions, as well as a member of the bond/FX and credit strategy group. Mr. Chadha has been employed at Newton Investment Management (North America) Limited since 2006.

Howard Cunningham
Joined 04/28/2006

Howard is a fixed income fund manager . He joined Newton in 2000 as a senior credit analyst with particular responsibility for investment-grade bonds, and took on fund management responsibilities in 2002. Howard began his career in NatWest Group, working in a variety of corporate relationship and credit roles. He is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, and a member of the UK Society for Investment Professionals.

Paul Brain
Joined 04/28/2006

Paul is investment leader of the fixed income team. He joined Newton in 2004, and manages a range of global bond funds. He is also the lead manager of Newton’s Global Dynamic Bond strategy. Paul is chairman of the bond/ FX strategy group, and a member of the macro strategy group and the investment committee. Paul has held a number of senior fixed income positions within the industry, and has acquired a wide breadth of knowledge and experience in managing fixed income portfolios. As head of retail fixed income at Investec (formerly Guinness Flight), Paul led the team that won the International Money Marketing “Fixed Interest Manager of the Year” in 2000.

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