Bond or debt-oriented fixed income funds

Pure bond fund, focusing on carbon sink-related bond investments, is not disturbed by stock fluctuations and has stable returns.

Equity or partial equity funds

Mainly invested in carbon sink-related stocks, with higher risk and long-term expected return.


FoF (Fund of Funds) is a fund that invests exclusively in other investment funds. FoF does not invest directly in stocks or bonds, its investment scope is limited to other funds, indirectly holding stocks, bonds and other securities assets by holding other securities investment funds, it is a new type of fund that combines fund product innovation and sales channel innovation. The risk and expected return are small.


MOM (Manager Of Managers), means that the fund's fund manager does not directly manage the fund's investments, but delegates the fund's assets to some other fund managers for management, directly granting them investment decision-making authority, and the MOM's own fund manager is only responsible for selecting and tracking the performance of the delegated fund managers, and replacing them when needed.


Under the QFII system, Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) will be allowed to remit a certain amount of foreign exchange funds and convert them into local currency to invest in the local securities market through a special account under strict supervision and management, and various capital gains, including dividends and bid-ask spreads, can be converted into foreign exchange for remittance after examination, which actually means opening up the domestic securities market to foreign investors to a limited extent.


RQFII is a RMB foreign institutional investor with a smaller quota than QFII, also known as small QFII, which is a system for foreign institutions to make domestic investments in RMB.


QDII funds are securities investment funds established in a country and approved by the relevant authorities of that country to engage in the business of stocks, bonds and other marketable securities in overseas securities markets. Like QFII, it is also a transitional institutional arrangement that allows domestic investors to invest in overseas securities markets on a limited basis when the currency is not fully convertible and the capital account is not yet open.