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Off-balance sheet

The overall exposure of a fund includes “physical” positions and “off-balance sheet” positions. Unlike so-called “physical” positions, which are listed in the portfolio’s list of investments from an accounting standpoint, off-balance sheet items consist of positions on financial futures instruments such as derivatives. Examples of derivatives products include futures contracts, swaps, options contracts. Maximum off-balance sheet exposure is outlined in the fund prospectus.


(Source: Ostrum Asset Management)

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On 3 April 2018, Natixis Asset Management became Ostrum Asset Management.