Offshore

Offshore Funds

HSBC Global Investment Funds (GIF) are open-ended Luxembourg-domiciled SICAV (Societe d'Investissement a Capital Variable) products managed by HSBC Global Asset Management that are available to non-US resident investors. HSBC GIFs cover an array of asset classes, investment styles and geographical regions including the US, global, regional and emerging markets.

HSBC Global Liquidity Funds (GLF) include a range of Irish-domiciled money market funds available in a range of international currencies, including US Dollar, Euro, Sterling, Australian Dollar and Canadian Dollar. These funds are available to investing entities based outside the US and provide a number of key benefits for the investment of short-term cash, including professional investment management, daily access and ease-of-use.

HSBC Portfolios are a range of multi-asset funds designed for investors seeking portfolio diversification through a single investment. The portfolios provide access to global equity and bond markets as well as alternative asset classes such as listed property.

  • Global Liquidity Funds

    Funds for offshore investors for cash management strategies

  • Offshore Bond Funds

    Funds for offshore investors that cover a full-range of global fixed income strategies across various currencies

  • Offshore Equity Funds

    Funds for offshore investors that cover a range of foreign investment opportunities

  • Multi-Asset Solutions

    Portfolios for offshore investors seeking diversification across different asset classes, regions and currencies in a single investment

Other Fund Documents

HGIF Global Credit Floating Rate FTB 2023-2 (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Global Equity Volatility Focused (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Investor Notice re Securities Lending (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Multi-Asset Style Factors (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Multi-Strategy Target Return (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Shareholder Notice re REITs (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF-US-HY-Bond (April 19, 2021) download icon
HIF 2021 Reconvened AGM Notice (April 26, 2021) download icon
HGIF Global Lower Carbon Equity (April 26, 2021) download icon
Shareholder Notice - HGIF bond sub funds re Leverage Increase (April 26, 2021) download icon
Shareholder Notice - HGIF Euroland & European EQ (April 26, 2021) download icon
HGIF - 2021 AGM Notice and Proxy (June 21, 2021) download icon
HGIF Economic Scale Japan Equity - Liquidation letter (September 14, 2021) download icon
Notice to shareholder - GEM Debt Total Return (September 14, 2021) download icon
Notice to shareholder - Global High Yield Bond (September 14, 2021) download icon
HSBC Portfolios 2021 AGM Notice (October 11, 2021) download icon
HGIF NAV Suspension Shareholder Notification (October 14, 2021) download icon
HGIF Global Credit Floating Rate FTB 2022 (April 19, 2021) download icon
HGIF Global Corp FTB 2022 EN (April 19, 2021) download icon
HSBC Islamic Fund HIF AGM Notice.pdf (March 09, 2021) download icon
Shareholder Letter - Liquidation of China Consumer Opportunities (February 22, 2021) download icon
Shareholder Letter - Liquidation of HGIF Emerging Wealth (February 8, 2021) download icon
HGIF GEM Bond Benchmark Change (January 15, 2021) download icon
HGIF European Equity Investor Notification (January 12, 2021) download icon
About the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act download icon

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