– Kate Jaquet reports that the Growth and Income Fund’s performance was primarily driven by the Fund’s lack of direct exposure to Russia and underweight position in China. She explains that the Fund was not invested in Russia due to corporate governance and control party risks identified during the bottom-up security selection process.
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