Loftus Peak Global Change Portfolio

The Loftus Peak Global Change Model Portfolio (the Portfolio) aims to deliver a return over the MSCI All Countries World Index (net) (as expressed in AUD from Bloomberg) over the medium to long term. Over the past 20 years, technology and innovation have changed the face of major sharemarkets globally. The Portfolio offers investors the opportunity to profit from the rapid, exponential growth in innovation by bringing a disciplined investment process to global companies impacted by change. The Model Portfolio will follow a long-only strategy that will result typically in 10-30 investments. It will also be able to move to around 50% cash from time to time, when the sharemarket is judged to be overvalued. The central philosophy of the portfolio is to generate return while managing risks. It will do this by investing the majority of the portfolio in names that Loftus Peak (Program Adviser) believes have profitability or clear paths to it. The balance of the portfolio, when fully invested, will be given over to the emerging leaders which are the new growth companies. The Model Portfolio does not invest in start-ups.

Key Features

Feature Details
Product Type Managed Discretionary Account
Product Sponsor Mason Stevens LTD
Benchmark MSCI ACWI (net) (as expressed in AUD from Bloomberg)
Number of investments 10-30
Minimum Cash Allocation 1%
Maximum Cash Allocation 50%
Maximum weighting per investment 20% at time of purchase
Inception Date 30/6/2014
Minimum Investment AU$50,000
Liquidity Daily
Suggested Timeframe 3-5 years
Annual Management Cost 1.00% per annum (inc. GST) calculated daily and charged monthly in arrears
Administration and Custody Fee 0.275% p.a. calculated daily and charged monthly in arrears. A lower fee applies for Investments above $1 million
Performance Fee 15% of excess returns over the benchmark return
Transaction cost 0.55% of the value of the transaction

This is general information which does not take account of your particular objectives, financial circumstances or needs. You should consider the Fund’s offering document in deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold, the product.

Please see the Investment Mandate located here for more detailed information.