The Fairview Equity Partners Emerging Companies Fund invests in an actively managed portfolio of mainly small cap equities listed, or expected to be listed, on the Australian share market.
Fund objective: The Fund aims to earn a return (after fees) which exceeds the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Total Return Index (Benchmark) over rolling five-year period.
|As at 31 December 2020||3 mths|
|Fairview Equity Partners Emerging Companies Fund*||9.80||10.30||14.69||10.95||8.86||12.62|
|Benchmark (S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Total Return Index)||13.83||9.21||6.57||10.46||3.77||6.06|
|Excess return *||-4.03||1.09||8.12||0.49||5.09||6.56|
*Fund inception date 8 October 2008.
Net returns are calculated net of management and performance fees and are pre-tax. Returns over 12 months are annualised. Source: Fairview Equity Partners, MLC Asset Management Services Limited and FactSet, 31 December 2020. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
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• Michael Glenane
• Leo Barry
• Tim Hall
Fund size 31/12/20
8 October 2008
S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Total Return Index
20.5% of the excess return that is paid.
Average no. of stocks
50 – 65
+0.25% on application and
-0.25% on withdrawal
Minimum suggested timeframe
5 years or more (please note this is a guide not a recommendation)
1.20% pa of the Fund’s net asset value (including GST net of Reduced Input Tax Credit).
Minimum initial investment
Minimum additional investment
Risk level (expected volatility)
Very high: While the Fund offers investors the potential for higher returns over the long term compared to funds investing in other types of assets such as fixed income or cash, the high levels of volatility in the Fund means the likelihood of the value of your investments going down over the short term is relatively very high.
Indicative asset allocation ranges
Australian shares: 90%–100%
Cash and cash equivalents: 0%–10%
The above is just a snapshot of the Fund's terms and features. Further terms and conditions are set out in the Fund's PDS.