Targeting consistent distributions
Although income from the Fund’s portfolio of securities will fluctuate, it is intended that the Fund will provide a steady cash flow, targeting a cash distribution of 4% per annum based on the NAV at or around the beginning of the relevant distribution period, paid semi-annually.
Ted is Head of Investments at Orca Funds Management and Portfolio Manager for the Orca Asia Fund and the Orca Global Fund.
Prior to this Ted worked at Magellan Financial Group where he was Portfolio Manager and Head of Healthcare, as well as being a voting member of the Investment...
Ying is Assistant Portfolio Manager of the Orca Asia Fund.
She brings more than 12 years of dedicated equity research experience to her specialist role, where she researches and recommends high-quality companies with attractive risk-adjusted returns over the long-term period in the Asia...
The Investment Manager will target a concentrated fund of 30-50 undervalued listed securities predominantly domiciled in the Asia ex Japan region which may exhibit some, or all of the following characteristics:
Investments can be considered within China, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, and other Asian countries. The fund will be overweight countries and sectors which the Investment team believe offer greater potential for higher risk-adjusted returns.
Up to 20 per cent of fund's securities may be domiciled outside the Asia ex Japan region to allow for companies that fit within the theme of Asian investment but are domiciled elsewhere.
The Investment Manager will target the following fund construction parameters, represented as a proportion of the gross value of the Fund (where applicable):
At time of purchase, or addition to holdings, there will be a maximum weighting of:
It is not presently intended that the Fund will hedge against currency risk, and as such performance of the Fund will be impacted by currency fluctuations. The Investment team will actively manage the risk profile of the Fund to provide unitholders with an appropriate level of down-side protection and upside gain as broader investor sentiment in the market fluctuates.
As at 30 November 2021
|Alibaba Group Holding Ltd||Consumer Discretionary|
|HCL Technologies Ltd||Information Technology|
|HDFC Bank Ltd||Financials|
|NAVER Corp||Communication Services|
|Ping An Insurance Group Co of China Ltd||Financials|
|Techtronic Industries Co Ltd||Industrials|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||Communication Services|
|Uni-President Enterprises Corp||Consumer Staples|
|United Overseas Bank Ltd||Financials|
As at 30 November 2021
|1 MONTH||3 MONTHS||6 MONTHS||1 YEAR P.A.||2 YEARS P.A.||3 YEARS P.A.||INCEPTION P.A.|
|Orca Asia Fund||2.4%||-2.4%||0.5%||5.3%||7.3%||13.4%||7.4%|
|MSCI Asia ex-Japan Index (AUD)||1.7%||-3.9%||-3.9%||4.0%||9.3%||11.5%||6.1%|
Relative to Unit Price as at 31 May 2021.
*Cum-distribution unit priceDownload all
Target distribution yield for the Fund is 4% p.a.
|RECORD DATE||PAYMENT DATE||DISTRIBUTION PER UNIT|
|30 Jun 2021||30 Jul 2021||3.7085 cents|
|31 Dec 2020||25 Jan 2021||2.54 cents|
|30 Jun 2020||31 July 2020||2.68 cents|
|31 Dec 2019||3 Feb 2020||2.6 cents|
|28 Jun 2019||2 Aug 2019||2.6 cents|
|31 Dec 2018||4 Feb 2019||2.6 cents|
|29 June 2018||3 August 2018||2.6 cents|
|Platform||Orca Asia Fund||Orca Global Fund||Orca Global Disruption Fund||Evans and Partners Global Healthcare Portfolio (SMA)||Evans and Partners Global Disruption Portfolio (SMA)|
|Macquarie Wrap Accumulator|
|color||Available and open to new investments|
|color||Available but not open to new investments|
Currently, the maximum aggregate amount that will be charged to the Fund to cover the Responsible Entity’s fee, the Investment Manager’s fee and ordinary ongoing expenses incurred in the connection with the administration and operation of the Fund such as custodian fees, administration and audit fees, and other ordinary expenses of operating the Fund (but not including transaction costs, performance fees or extraordinary expenses) will be not more than 1.37%, including GST, of the net asset value of the Fund.
The Investment Manager of the Fund may be entitled to a performance fee, payable out of the assets of the Fund. Performance fees are calculated with reference to the index return hurdle and the absolute return hurdle, and are subject to a high water mark requirement and an overall cap. The daily net asset value (NAV) per unit includes an accrual for an estimate of the performance fee that would be payable if it were the end of the relevant calculation period. The index return for the Fund is, the return (expressed as a percentage) of the MSCI Asia ex Japan net total return index (measured in US dollars and converted to Australian dollars) over the calculation period. The applicable absolute return hurdle is the published 10-year US Government Bond yield as at the first business day of the calculation period, pro-rated for the number of days in the calculation period.
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