Nedgroup Investments Global Emerging Markets Equity Feeder Fund

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Investor profile

The unit trust portfolio is suitable for investors seeking offshore exposure to emerging markets as part of their overall investment strategy, with maximum capital appreciation as their primary goal. Investors should have a high tolerance for short-term market volatility in order to achieve long-term objectives.

The portfolio is rand-denominated, which provides investors who may have utilised their full individual offshore allowance an opportunity to obtain additional exposure to international markets.

Risk profile

Medium to high

 medium to high risk

The greater the amount of risk an investor is willing to take on the greater the potential return.

Appropriate term

Minimum 5 to 7 years

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Minimum investment

Investment sum

Lump sum R10 000
Debit order R500

ASISA category

Global Equity General

Benchmark

The aim of the portfolio is to outperform the MSCI Emerging Market Index NR USD (rand equivalent)

Investment manager

Founded in 1988, NS Partners Ltd is an investment manager based in London, England providing investment management services to pension funds, foundations mutual funds and private clients around the world. The firm was originally formed as the international investment management arm for the Bank of America and began managing US institutional assets in 1981.

In July 2011 NS Partners became part of the Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group Ltd. (CCL), a multi-boutique investment management firm with over $71 billion under management through its affiliated investment managers. NS Partners had been a sub-advisor for a CCL international equity fund and had an ongoing relationship with the group since 1990.

CC&L Financial Group's multi-boutique structure provides us with high-quality operational expertise that enables us to focus on what we do best – creating value-added global equity portfolios for our clients.

NS Partners Ltd is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority. FRN: 141667.

25 Jun 2019, Currency: ZAR

Price (cents per unit)
989.47
Total investment charges
-
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Fees (excluding VAT)

Portfolio management fees
Annual
1.50%

* Effective annual management fee including both local and international

Inception date

26 April 2019

Multi-Asset funds

Multi-asset funds aim to provide investors with moderate levels of income and capital growth (at moderate levels of capital volatility), by investing in a range of different asset classes. These funds are often appropriate for investors with medium to longer investment horizons.

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Core funds

The Nedgroup Investments Core funds are balanced funds which aim to provide low cost exposure to a range of local and global asset classes. You may use these as a low cost core holding or use them to implement your entire strategy.

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Equity funds

Equity funds aim to provide investors with high levels of capital growth (at high levels of volatility) by investing in listed equities. These portfolios are often appropriate for investors with longer investment horizons.

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Income funds

Income funds aim to provide investors with high levels of income (at low levels of capital volatility), by investing primarily in fixed income asset classes. These funds are often appropriate for investors with shorter investment horizons.

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Rand-denominated international funds

If you wish to have exposure to offshore investment opportunities, you may consider the following range of rand-denominated funds that provide this exposure for lower minimum investments and without the hassle of having to apply for foreign exchange approval.

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Specialist equity funds

Specialist equity funds invest a specific sector within equities, with the objective of maximising capital growth. Due to their specialist nature, these portfolios will typically display higher volatility than a general equity portfolio. Investors should have a long-term investment horizon.

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