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Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund

The Fund is designed for investors seeking high yields with moderate capital preservation, by investing in a globally-diversified portfolio of fixed interest and high yield securities.

$25,000

Minimum investment

$10,000

Minimum additional investment

$10,000

Minimum withdrawal

Nil

Buy/Sell spread

1.04% p.a.

Management costs (including service costs)

$25,000

Minimum balance

 
Investment objective
Investments held

The Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund is designed for investors seeking high yields with moderate capital preservation, by investing in a globally-diversified portfolio of fixed interest and high yield securities. It aims to outperform Cash +1% (Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index + 1.0%) over rolling 3 year periods. The Fund may invest in a portfolio of global government, semi-government, corporate, mortgage, asset-backed, high-yield and emerging-market sovereign debt, and other fixed interest securities – while seeking to preserve capital through diversification and prudent investment management.

The Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund gains global exposure to a diversified range of fixed interest and hybrid securities, by investing into fixed interest and hybrid securities managed funds.

Key information overview

Minimum time frame info_outline

3-5 years

Date of inception

March 2007

Withdrawal of monies info_outline

Within seven days

Income distribution

Quarterly

Valuation frequency

Daily

APIR

ETL0093AU

Benchmark

Bloomberg AusBond Bank +1%

Responsible entity

Equity Trustees Limited

Indirect costs and performance fees

Refer to PDS

 
Unit Price
Performance

Unit Price

The Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund’s unit price are calculated daily, please refer to the PDS for information relating to the buy/sell spread.

$0.8614
Subscriptions
$0.8614
Redemptions

Performance

The Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund’s returns are calculated after fees have been deducted, assuming reinvestment of distributions. No allowance is made for tax. *Benchmark – Cash +1% (“Bloomberg Ausbond Bank” + 1%).

3.83%

Standard deviation

0.03%

Outperformance since inception

3.12%

Distribution yield

1.02%

Annualised volatility vs benchmark

Fund performance report – 31 January 2019

 

Alpha Enhanced Yield Fund Distribution Return Growth Return Total Return Benchmark Return Outperformance
Month 0.00% 0.89% 0.89% 0.26% 0.63%
3 Month 0.61% -0.35% 0.26% 0.74% -0.48%
6 Month 0.61% -0.21% 0.40% 1.49% -1.09%
1 Year 3.12% -3.40% -0.28% 2.97% -3.25%
3 Years pa 4.16% -1.17% 2.98% 2.93% 0.05%
5 Years pa 3.74% -1.50% 2.25% 3.17% -0.92%
Since Inception pa 6.02% -1.30% 4.72% 4.68% 0.03%

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Information on this page is general advice only and is not personal advice. It does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. Please review a copy of the Product Disclosure Statement to determine if this is a suitable investment to meet your needs or speak to your financial adviser before you make any decision to invest.

Funds invested are not guaranteed and their value will rise and fall in line with market forces. Past performance is no guarantee of future return.