IOOF MultiSeries 50
About this Fund
|FUND MANAGER||IOOF Investment Management|
|INVESTMENT STYLE||The Fund invests in a diversified portfolio with a balanced exposure to growth and defensive assets.|
|INVESTMENT PROFILE||The Fund aims to provide capital growth over the medium to long-term and achieve total returns after fees in excess of the Benchmark over a rolling five year period.|
|CURRENCY MANAGEMENT||Active management|
|BENCHMARK||Custom composite (see p. 12 of PDS)|
|FUND SIZE||Custom composite (see p. 12 of PDS)|
|NO. OF HOLDINGS|
Benefits of investing in the IOOF MultiSeries 50
There are a number of significant benefits of investing in MultiSeries. These include:
Access to investment opportunities
Investing in a Trust means your money is pooled with that of other investors. This provides the Trust with the investment buying power not often available to you as an individual investor with smaller amounts to invest. This means you can gain access to investment markets and risk management techniques that would not normally be accessible to individual retail investors.
IIML utilises a specialised management approach to manage the investments of the Trusts on your behalf. This includes the analysis, monitoring and management of the Trust's underlying investment managers and assets, and making investment decisions in response to market conditions in line with the Trusts' strategy, with the aim of achieving more consistent and competitive returns.
Investing in a Trust offers you additional levels of diversification by providing exposure to a variety of investment managers and investment styles within each single Trust.
Income distributions (if any)
Investing in a Trust means you may benefit from regular income distributions derived from your investments in that Trust (for more information, please refer to page 24 of the PDS).
You may also have the opportunity to reinvest any income distributions received from the Trust back into your account without incurring a buy-spread.
Capital gains (or losses) on disposal of investments
You may have the benefit of capital gains (or losses) when you dispose of your investments, for example, by exiting a Trust or by selling your investments.
Simple transaction process
Investing in a Trust allows you to apply for additional investments or withdrawals at any time (subject to the minimum investment, holding and withdrawal limits, please refer to page 4 of the PDS).
Easy access to your information
For the latest available information on each Trust, you can visit the IOOF website www.ioof.com.au, contact Investor Services on 1800 002 217 (+613 8614 4400 if calling from New Zealand), email us at email@example.com or speak to your financial adviser.
The Trust may be suitable for investors:
About the Fund
IOOF MultiSeries is a range of predominantly active multi-manager funds designed for investors who are prepared to forgo some active exposure in order to reduce fees.
To provide capital growth over the medium to
long-term by investing in a diversified portfolio with a balanced exposure to
growth and defensive assets and to achieve total returns after fees in excess
of the benchmark over
a rolling five year period.
About IOOF MultiSeries and how it can simplify the investment process
Making the right investment decision requires expert advice not only in developing your investment strategy but also in selecting the most suitable managed funds or investment managers to incorporate into your portfolio. MultiSeries can simplify the investment process by doing some of the hard work for you through our multi-manager approach.
The IOOF multi-manager investment approach adds value on several fronts; those being our active management of underlying investment managers, our dynamic asset allocation and our robust risk management approach.
With so much choice available, it is imperative that you have the confidence that you have selected the right managers to meet your objectives. At IOOF, we can give you that confidence by doing the hard work and actively managing diversified portfolios of high-quality managers.
Our investment team blend and manage a range of specialist investment managers packaged in a diversified suite of lower cost trusts that are predominantly actively managed. By identifying and managing the right mix of specialised investment managers, MultiSeries offers a combination of passive, factor-based and active investment exposures while aiming to deliver excess returns.
Furthermore, we know that investment performance is predominantly attributed to asset allocation. So, as you can imagine, we focus a lot of our time and energy on getting it right. Our asset allocation is active as we believe these decisions can really benefit an investor's portfolio.
Equally important is our approach to risk management. Risk is considered at every stage of our investment process. From asset allocation to manager selection decisions and portfolio construction, our strong ongoing risk management practices give you confidence that we manage and consider risk.
How we invest your money
The Trust gains its exposure to a diversified portfolio of investments through a mix of investment managers.
The balanced nature of the Trust generally provides an equal exposure to growth assets such as property, Australian and international shares and alternative assets and defensive assets such as fixed interest and cash.
A mix of passive, factor-based and active investment managers may be selected to manage the assets of the Trust providing differing yet complementary investment styles to achieve more consistent excess returns.
The Trust is authorised to utilise approved derivative instruments for risk management purposes and investment efficiency. Please note that derivative instruments cannot be used to gear the Trust's exposure.
The underlying managers may utilise strategies for the management of currency exposure. It is the strategy of the Trust that international currency exposure may be hedged. The Trust has the capacity to change the level and nature of any currency overlay or allocation to underlying managers to manage currency risk.
Target asset allocation and asset ranges
(Asset class: Asset range / Target allocation)
*Property asset sector may include exposure to Australian direct property and Australian and international property securities.