abrdn Global Dynamic Dividend Fund (ABGDD)

Harvest recurring income with capital growth opportunities

Why use global equities to harvest income?

Reinvested dividends account for 50% or more of total return

Potential for regular income and capital growth, as for most markets, reinvested dividends account for 50% or more (1) of the total return.

3.4% p.a. dividend growth

With a long history of strong dividend growth, the MSCI AC World Index delivered dividend growth of 3.4% p.a. (2).

Over US$1.35 trillion paid in dividends

Large diversified dividend universe, with more than US$1.35 trillion (3) was paid out in dividends globally in the 12 months to 31 December 2023.

ABGDD and ABGDD-RMF will invest through abrdn SICAV I – Global Dynamic Dividend Fund Z Gross MInc USD (master fund), which is managed by abrdn Investments Luxembourg S.A.

The abrdn Global Dynamic Dividend Fund (ABGDD) offers 3 types of share classes:

  • ABGDD-A (Accumulation)
  • ABGDD-R (Auto Redemption)
  • ABGDD-SFF (Super Savings Fund)
The abrdn Global Dynamic Dividend Fund - Retirement Mutual Fund (ABGDD-RMF) has the same investment policy as ABGDD.

The ABGDD and ABGDD-RMF funds have a risk level of 6.

3 key benefits investing in the master fund

6.33% p.a. average monthly payout

Receive a recurring monthly income stream of 6.33% p.a. (4).

Get paid to wait

Participate in potential upside of global equity markets while receiving premium monthly income.


The fund is style-agnostic, diversifying across Value (60%) and Growth (40%) blended approach. The Fund is also exposed across various sectors and countries.

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(1) Source: Factset, Jefferies, December 2001 to 31 December 2023. Using MSCI universe as it existed in the past. Based on local currency performance. Gross reinvested dividends without considering the impact of taxes.

(2) Source: MSCI, Bloomberg, December 2023, Q4 2023 vs Q4 2022 year on year change for dividends paid. For illustrative purpose only.

(3) Source: Bloomberg, MSCI, Paid by MSCI ACWI constituents, USD, 31 December 2023.

(4) Source: abrdn, 29 February 2024, based on A Gross MIncA USD share class, historical average over March 2023 to February 2024. Aim at monthly distribution. Dividend rate is not guaranteed. Dividend may be paid out of capital. A positive yield does not imply a positive return of the Fund. The dividend payment information shown is for the abrdn SICAV I – Global Dynamic Dividend Fund, Class A Gross MIncA USD, which is used as a reference for presenting an approximate dividend rate. The ABGDD & ABGDD-RMF funds invest in the abrdn SICAV I – Global Dynamic Dividend Fund, Class Z Gross MIncA USD (master fund), which has lower fees, resulting in a higher NAV for Class Z than Class A, thus causing a slight difference in the dividend rates between the two classes.

Note: The Board of Directors of abrdn SICAV I have the discretion to determine the frequency of dividend payments and dividend rate. Dividend payments and dividend rate are not guaranteed. Dividends may be paid out of investment income, capital gains or capital at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Past dividends are not a guide to future dividends and do not represent the returns of the fund. Any dividend paid and distributed out of the fund will result in an immediate reduction of the fund’s Net Asset Value (NAV) per share. Dividend payments are made in the currency in which the relevant share class is denominated.