Global Strategic USD Income
Asset allocation across yielding asset classes globally with a US dollar bias
GENERAL INVESTOR REPORT
Asset allocation across yielding asset classes globally with a US dollar bias.
The fund is suitable for investors: Looking for an intelligent alternative to US dollar bank deposits. Seeking to utilize their offshore allowance in a conservative manner. Who believe in the benefits of active management in the fixed interest universe. Seeking managed exposure to income-generating investments.
110% of USD 3-month LIBOR
Nishan Maharaj and Seamus Vasey
|LAUNCH DATE:||30 December 2011|
|FUND SIZE:||US$ 515.03 million|
|NAV (14 January 2022):||1,250.93|
|NUMBER OF A - UNITS:||3062448.90|
|TIME HORIZON:||1 year +|
The fund aims to achieve a higher return than a US dollar term bank deposit. While the fund is managed in a conservative and defensive manner, it is not guaranteed to always outperform cash over short periods of time.
|PERFORMANCE FOR VARIOUS PERIODS AFTER FEES|
|Since Launch (unannualised)||24.9%||10.2%||14.7%|
|Since Launch (annualised)||2.3%||1.0%||1.3%|
|Latest 5 years (annualised)||1.8%||1.5%||0.3%|
|Latest 3 years (annualised)||2.3%||1.3%||1.0%|
|Latest 1 year||1.3%||0.2%||1.1%|
|Year to date||0.9%||0.2%||0.7%|
|MONTHLY PERFORMANCE RETURNS AFTER FEES|
|DECLARATION DATE||PAYMENT DATE||AMOUNT||DIVIDEND||INTEREST|
|Not Available||Not Available||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|RISK STATISTICS SINCE LAUNCH|
|BEST AND WORST PERFORMANCE PERIODS|
|Best Performing 12 months||7.1%||Jan 2012 - Dec 2012|
|Worst Performing 12 months||(2)%||Apr 2019 - Mar 2020|
|INITIAL FEE||Coronation: 0.00%|
|ANNUAL MANAGEMENT FEE||
An annual fee of 0.80% is payable. All fees exclude VAT. Fund expenses incurred in the fund include fees payable to unconnected international fund managers on a portion of assets situated offshore as well as trading, custody and audit charges. All performance information is disclosed after deducting all fees and other fund costs.We do not charge fees to access or withdraw from the fund.
|TOTAL EXPENSE RATIO (TER)||0.87% per annum, which includes a performance fee of 0.00%|
ADVICE COSTS (EXCLUDING VAT)
Coronation does not provide financial advice. If you appoint an adviser, advice fees are contracted directly between you and the adviser. We will facilitate the collection of advice fees only upon receiving your instruction, up to a maximum of an initial fee of 3.00% and an ongoing fee of 1.00% per annum (where an initial advice fee of more than 1.50% is selected, the maximum annual advice fee that we will collect is 0.50%). Advice fees are usually collected through the redemption of units. You may cancel the instruction to facilitate the payment of advice fees at any time. Advisers will only share in Coronation fees subject to prior approval by and/or disclosure to the investor. A portion of Coronation’s annual management fee may be paid to administration platforms such as Linked Investment Service Providers (LISPs) as a payment for administration and distribution services.
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