abrdn Asian Income Fund (LSE: AAIF)

Last close As at 22/02/2024


−1.00 (−0.50%)

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The investment objective of abrdn Asian Income Fund is to provide investors with a total return primarily through investing in Asia-Pacific securities, including those with an above-average yield. Within its overall investment objective, the company aims to grow its dividends over time.

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Equity Analyst

Melanie Jenner

Mel Jenner

Director, Investment Trusts

Key Management

  • Christina Woon

    Fund manager

  • Flavia Cheong

    Fund manager

  • Hugh Young

    Fund manager

  • Yoojeong Oh

    Fund manager

Share Price Performance

Price Performance
% 1M 3M 12M
Actual 1.52 1.52 (10.31)
Relative (0.91) (1.13) (6.68)
52 week high/low 224.0p/185.0p


abrdn Asian Income Fund (AAIF) is managed by abrdn’s Singapore-based Asian equity team. As a local investor, the research team collectively speaks multiple Asian languages, so it can communicate with companies’ management teams in their native tongues. A local presence also offers the potential of identifying interesting opportunities that may be overlooked by other investors. AAIF is a low-beta fund, with its managers seeking both income and capital growth and an attractive yield. Stocks are selected on a bottom-up basis and geographic and sector allocations can vary markedly compared with exposures in the MSCI AC Pacific ex Japan Index. AAIF offers an attractive yield and is building on its record of 14 years of consecutive dividend growth.



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