Without getting into the specifics of this fund, in general you can expect any or all of these fees when investing in a mutual fund. These are based on the Security and Exchange Commission's website. Since this fund is brokered in Luxembourg and apparently based in China, terms may vary significantly.
There are shareholder fees related to transactions, and operating costs (such as investment advisory fees for managing the fund’s holdings).
Ongoing Charges: the costs you can reasonably expect to pay as an investor from one year to the next, under normal circumstances. It represents an accurate cost of fund ownership as it encompasses the fund’s professional fees, management fees, audit fees and custody fees.
Front-end sales charges: are paid as a percentage of the purchase price at the time of the investment. Class A shares often have front-end sales charges.
Back-end sales charges: are paid as a percentage of the selling price at the time of sale. Back-end sales charges are often associated with B-shares of a fund.
Deferred sales charges: are back-end sales charges that decline over time, often eventually reaching zero. They are also called contingent deferred sales charges because the fee is contingent on the holding period.
Annual Fund Operating Expenses:
Management Fees: Paid out of fund assets to the fund’s investment adviser
Distribution [and/or Service] (12b-1) Fees: Paid out of fund assets to cover distribution expenses.
Other Expenses: For example, legal and accounting expenses.
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses: are expressed as a percentage of the fund’s average net assets.