PIMCO Fixed Income

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  • The Fund may invest primarily in fixed income instruments with varying maturities.
  • Investments in fixed income securities are subject to interest rate, credit and downgrade risks. The Fund is also subject to risks of investing in high yield, below investment grade and unrated securities.
  • It is subject to risks associated with emerging markets, mortgage-related and other asset-backed securities, sovereign debt, currency, liquidity and repurchase / reverse repurchase transactions.
  • It may invest more than 10% in non-investment grade securities issued or guaranteed by a single sovereign issuer (e.g. Ukraine, Sri Lanka and Hungary) which may be subject to increased credit risk and risk of default.
  • It may invest extensively in financial derivative instruments which may involve additional risks (e.g. market, counterparty, liquidity, volatility, and leverage risks).
  • It may at its discretion pay dividends out of capital directly or effectively, which amounts to a return or withdrawal of part of an investor’s original investment or from any capital gains attributable to the original investment. Any distributions involving the payment of dividends out of the Fund’s capital may result in an immediate reduction of the Fund’s net asset value per share.
  • Investments involve risks and your investment may suffer significant losses.
  • Investors should not rely solely on this material and should read the offering document of the Fund for further details including the risk factors.

For those who’ve been sitting on the sidelines of the bond market, we see a strong case for investing in fixed income today. Yields across fixed income sectors are higher than they’ve been in years. While uncertainty and volatility will remain in 2023, higher starting yields mean higher return potential.

When yields peak, strong performance typically follows.* During the five most recent major market downturns, both core and investment grade corporate bonds came roaring back a year after each peak, rewarding patient investors with attractive returns.

Why PIMCO GIS Income Fund?

Today's uncertainty demands an income expert. For more than 50 years, we’ve been creating fixed income strategies designed to provide attractive income and withstand periods of market stress.

Taking a flexible, multi-sector approach, PIMCO GIS Income Fund is able to invest across the global fixed income universe, which is roughly US$100 trillion in size, to find the most compelling income opportunities. It aims to deliver potentially high consistent income with long-term capital appreciation, while managing downside risk, particularly in the sort of challenging market conditions we see today.


Duration (years)


Annualised Monthly Distribution Yield1

This share class aims to pay dividend on a monthly basis. Dividend payout is not guaranteed and may be paid out of capital.


Average credit quality


Est. Yield to Maturity2

* Using Bloomberg US Aggregate Index data 5 years forward. All data as of 28 February 2023 unless otherwise stated. Past performance is not a guarantee or a reliable indicator of future results. 1 The dividend distribution rate/yield is based on E USD Inc share class Annualised Distribution Monthly Yield is as of last month ending 28 Feb 2023.The annualized distribution yields are annualised on a 12 month calendar year [Annualised distribution yield= (Dividend Rate * 12) / NAV on ex-dividend day] . The dividend amount or dividend rate/yield is not guaranteed. Distribution payments of the Fund where applicable, may at the sole discretion of the Fund, be made out of either income and/or capital of the Fund. Any distributions involving the payment of dividends out of the Fund’s capital may result in an immediate reduction of the Fund’s net asset value per share. 2 Yields reported gross of fees, the deduction of which will reduce the yield.

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