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Each fund has specific investment objectives and investment policies, which determine the nature and level of risk; the greater the risk, the greater should be the potential reward. The range of funds available provides a wide spectrum, from very safe, low-risk funds investing in government securities to speculative, high-risk funds investing in new or smaller companies or emerging markets or being highly geared or utilising sophisticated techniques involving derivatives. Each investor needs to determine his or her risk profile – the nature and level of risk or uncertainty about future returns that he or she is prepared to accept in relation to the intended use of the mutual fund investment.

If a participant invested his money directly into the shares of one company, he could lose all of it if the company went into liquidation. Within a mutual fund’s broadly based portfolio, only a relatively small amount would be lost as a result of the failure of a single investment. (b) Geographic, industry or economic sector and asset type spread: This is referred to as diversification. While nearly all funds offer a spread, not all offer diversification and all but the ‘balanced’ or ‘hybrid’ fund offer only limited diversification.

Figures are as at 31 December (* = not available) and exclude hedge funds and funds of funds; totals may not agree due to rounding INTRODUCTION 23 and/or the absence of individual country figures. China is a notable absentee. Number of funds Net assets (US$ million) 2000 2002 2005 2000 2002 2005 AMERICAS Argentina Brazil Canada Chile Costa Rica Mexico United States 12,549 226 2,097 1,627 * 122 305 8,172 13,884 211 2,755 1,956 226 128 364 8,244 13,763 200 2,685 1,695 683 110 416 7,974 7,419,549 7,425 148,538 279,511 * 919 18,488 6,964,667 6,776,289 1,021 96,729 248,979 6,705 1,738 30,759 6,390,358 9,763,919 3,626 302,927 490,518 13,969 804 47,253 8,904,822 EUROPE Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Liechtenstein Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Slovakia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey UK 25,524 760 918 70 394 241 7,144 987 265 86 1,344 967 * 6,084 494 380 77 195 16 37 * 2,422 509 368 * 1,766 28,972 808 1,141 76 485 312 7,773 1,092 260 90 1,905 1,073 111 6,874 680 419 107 170 20 57 * 2,466 512 512 242 1,787 30,053 881 1,391 51 471 333 7,758 1,076 247 91 2,127 1,035 200 7,222 515 419 150 169 23 257 43 2,672 464 510 268 1,680 3,296,015 56,549 70,313 1,990 32,485 12,698 721,973 238,029 29,154 1,953 137,024 424,014 * 747,117 93,580 16,228 1,546 16,588 8 177 * 172,438 78,085 83,059 * 361,008 3,463,000 66,877 74,983 3,297 40,153 16,516 845,147 209,168 26,621 3,992 250,116 378,259 3,847 803,869 84,211 15,471 5,468 19,969 27 372 * 179,133 57,992 82,622 6,002 288,887 6,002,249 109,002 115,314 5,331 75,199 45,415 1,362,671 296,787 32,011 6,068 546,242 450,514 13,970 1,635,785 94,357 40,122 17,652 28,801 109 2,417 3,035 316,864 119,059 116,669 21,749 547,103 24 AN INTRODUCTION TO MUTUAL FUNDS WORLDWIDE Number of funds ASIA/PACIFIC Australia Hong Kong India Japan Korea (Rep) New Zealand Philippines Taiwan S.

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