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Credit Suisse (Lux) Global High Income Fund USD

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Credit Suisse (Lux) Global High Income Fund USD

The Credit Suisse (Lux) Global High Income Fund USD is an actively managed global multi-asset-class fund that aims to achieve a regular annual distribution of 5%1 (quarterly distributions). It invests flexibly in yield sources that become available across the various asset classes and countries. These include corporate, high-yield, and emerging-market bonds as well as high-dividend equities, real estate investment trusts (REITs) and master limited partnerships (MLPs). Focus is placed on liquid securities with regular, stable distributions. The portfolio’s composition may vary over time depending on the market assessment of the portfolio managers, who always aim to ensure broad diversification and that investment risks are limited. This ensures sustainable income streams and limits investment risk.


  • There is no guarantee that losses can be avoided or that investment objectives can be met.
  • Portfolio performance will be dependent on investment decisions made by Credit Suisse.
  • Foreign exchange risk may have an effect on portfolio performance.
  • Some of the fund’s assets may display higher volatility (e.g. noninvestment-grade bonds).

Target returns are based on historical data; they are not a projection, prediction, or guarantee of future performance or returns.

The tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each client and may vary accordingly. Credit Suisse does not provide tax advice and tax implications have not been taken into consideration when calculating the returns.

The product’s investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses, as well as more complete information about the product, are provided in the prospectus (or relevant offering document), which should be read carefully before investing and can be obtained from Credit Suisse free of charge in English.