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As we celebrate  the 9th anniversary of the Atlantic Pacific Australian Equity Fund, we’re proud to share some of the milestones of the journey so far.

Pleasingly, we can report that if an investor investor invested $100,000 into the APAEF in June 2013 and reinvested all distributions, their initial investment would now be worth $223,400, after all fees have been deducted.* Individual tax has not been taken into account.

Enjoy this look back at the history of the Fund.

 

APSEC History Timeline Infographic

 

As at June 30, 2022, annualised returns since inception in June 2013 of the Fund are 9.2% p.a.* after all fees have been deducted, vs the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index returning 7.5% p.a.

If you’re looking for appreciable long-term investment returns to support the future you deserve, but are concerned about and want help navigating share market risk, the APAEF may be a good choice for you.

Get in touch today and we’ll send you all the information you need to help decide how the APAEF’s long/short investment approach could help diversify and add protection to your own and your clients’ investment portfolio.

* Fund Returns are prepared on a redemption unit price basis after management and performance fees inclusive of GST. Distributions are assumed to be re-invested at the mid unit price. Individual tax is not taken into account in deriving Fund Returns. In calculating the NTA, the Atlantic Pacific Australian Equity Fund (“Fund”) asset values have been calculated using unaudited price and income estimates for the month being reported. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. APSEC Funds Management does not warrant that future forecasts are guaranteed to occur.

Atlantic Pacific Australian Equity Fund’s Target Market Determination is available here – https://www.apsec.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/TMD_APAEF_20210927.pdf. A Target Market Determination is a document which is required to be made available from 5 October 2021. It describes who this financial product is likely to be appropriate for (i.e. the target market), and any conditions around how the product can be distributed to investors. It also describes the events or circumstances where the Target Market Determination for this financial product may need to be reviewed.