When substantial sums flow in or out of a sub-fund, the investment manager has to make adjustments, such as trading on the market, in order to maintain the desired asset allocation for the sub-fund. Trading can incur costs that affect the unit price of the sub-fund and the value of existing unitholders’ investments. Swing pricing is designed to protect the unitholders’ investments in this kind of situation.
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