Ready to Invest offshore

Ready to Invest

Ready to invest

Investing your rands globally is quick and easy.

We have an established international fund range to meet your specific needs.

To give you access to the best global opportunities, we have curated three multi-asset funds, each designed to match different investor needs.

To find out which of our multi-asset funds may be suited to you, listen to this podcast.

Global Capital Plus [ZAR] Feeder Fund

A low-risk global balanced fund that can invest up to half of your money in growth assets.
Recommended investment term
  • 3 years plus

Global Managed [ZAR] Feeder Fund

A long-term global balanced fund that will have more than half of your money invested in growth assets.
Recommended investment term
  • 5 years Plus

Optimum Growth
Fund

An aggressive long-term portfolio that invests in the best opportunities in both local and international markets.
Recommended investment term
  • 10 years Plus

The three funds are an excerpt of our full range of products and funds, and are not representative of financial advice. Should you require advice based on your individual financial needs and personal life circumstance please speak to an independent financial adviser.

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All you need to get started

  • R500 per month or a R5 000 once-off investment

  • Your South African ID

  • Recent bank statement

  • Proof of address (if not displayed on your bank statement)

  • Photo of your signature

How to invest

Simply photograph each of the listed documents and have them ready to upload when you start your online journey.

Frequently asked questions

Our rand-denominated international funds are available directly from us, or as investment options on the product platforms of most of the prominent linked product companies in South Africa. Our US dollar-denominated funds can also be accessed directly, or through the offshore fund platforms offered by Alexander Forbes, Allan Gray, Citadel, Discovery, Absa Investment Management Services, Glacier by Sanlam, Investec, Momentum, INN8 and Old Mutual International.

You can choose to invest in a single-asset class fund (such as a global equity fund) or a multi-asset class fund (such as a balanced fund, which is diversified across the different global asset classes).

With single-asset class funds, you take your own asset allocation responsibility and the risk is that you may be tempted to switch into or out of an asset class at the wrong time for emotional reasons, such as selling out of global equities after a period of poor performance. We believe that in times of increased economic uncertainty most investors are better served by investing in a balanced fund where the professional investment managers actively vary the exposure to different assets on your behalf.

Different funds meet the needs of different investors. Coronation Global Capital Plus [ZAR] Feeder is a lower risk fund, which means that it is suitable for investors who seek some exposure to global growth assets (such as equities and property), but who also cannot withstand potential negative returns over shorter time periods (such as 12-18 months). Coronation Global Managed [ZAR] Feeder may be more appropriate for those with savings goals of 5 years and longer and who are willing to withstand some shorter-term volatility in the pursuit of longer-term growth.

A unit trust fund is an investment product that pools the money of many investors to invest in assets like shares, bonds and listed property. Instead of having to pick individual investments yourself, a unit trust offers you exposure to a range of assets, which are selected and managed by investment professionals. It is an easy and convenient way to invest your money.

Yes, Coronation manages money on behalf of millions of South Africans and we take this responsibility very seriously. Coronation Asset Management is an authorised financial service provider, and Coronation Management Company is a licensed manager of collective investment schemes. The value of your investment will fluctuate depending on the prevailing market prices of the underlying investments in the fund.

No, you can choose to withdraw your money at any time, at no cost. It usually takes 1-2 business days to withdraw your money.

If you elect for Coronation to collect the investment amount from your bank account by way of a once off debit order (electronic collection), we will apply a restriction on your ability to withdraw these funds for the first 40 days as debit orders can be reversed within 40 days. If you elect to do an EFT, there is a 14-day clearance period. This protects both you and us from fraud.

You can withdraw the full value of your investment at the value which is calculated daily.

No, the value of your investment may go down as well as up and Coronation does not provide any guarantees with respect to the protection of your capital or a specific rate of return. What we can guarantee is that our investment professionals will manage your money with due care and to the best of their ability. Your money will be invested in shares, listed property and other yielding assets listed in South Africa and on stock exchanges around the world. If you want to learn more about the suitability of this fund for you, its historical return and risk profile and other important information regarding this investment, please refer to the comprehensive fact sheets.

You may still invest. You may submit a stamped letter from your bank that shows all you bank account details.