Objective

To provide an income stream in excess of the 1-year Bank Bill Swap Rate (BBSW) which is the Fund’s benchmark. 

Investment Strategy

The Fund invests predominantly in high yielding securities listed on the ASX such as hybrid securities and corporate bonds (fixed and floating), unsecured fixed interest investments, property trusts, preference shares, utilities and infrastructure securities and high yielding ordinary shares, particularly bank shares, as well as government bonds and cash.

Typical Investor

Investors who want to maximise income returns by investing in income generating assets; and investors who are seeking some capital growth over the medium term and are willing to accept the possibility of negative returns over the shorter term.

Fund Management Fee

0.79%pa

Value over time

Asset Allocation

As of 30 September 2018

Performance

As of 30 September 2018

 

Unit Prices

As of 30 September 2018

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Overview

Kaplan Funds Management Pty Ltd (KFM) was established by Mr Sam Kaplan in June 1998 to manage money for the professional investor market and various charities. Funds under management currently stands at approximately $1.3 billion, the majority of this being in absolute return investment strategies.

KFM’s board of directors have extensive corporate experience, providing the Fund with some added advantages. KFM has a sizeable investment team for a boutique, with 3 experienced portfolio Managers who have complementary skill sets. While KFM use a team-based approach, each portfolio Manager has specific expertise in the securities in which the Fund invests.

KFM is an absolute return Manager which aims to achieve positive returns under most conditions, with low volatility and an emphasis on income producing strategies. KFM believes that wealth is accumulated through investing in productive businesses and sound assets managed in an active and disciplined manner to produce consistent returns. KFM’s asset selection has a value orientation and relies on careful quantitative and qualitative research.

Overview

Kaplan Funds Management Pty Ltd (KFM) was established by Mr Sam Kaplan in June 1998 to manage money for the professional investor market and various charities. Funds under management currently stands at approximately $1.3 billion, the majority of this being in absolute return investment strategies.

KFM’s board of directors have extensive corporate experience, providing the Fund with some added advantages. KFM has a sizeable investment team for a boutique, with 3 experienced portfolio Managers who have complementary skill sets. While KFM use a team-based approach, each portfolio Manager has specific expertise in the securities in which the Fund invests.

KFM is an absolute return Manager which aims to achieve positive returns under most conditions, with low volatility and an emphasis on income producing strategies. KFM believes that wealth is accumulated through investing in productive businesses and sound assets managed in an active and disciplined manner to produce consistent returns. KFM’s asset selection has a value orientation and relies on careful quantitative and qualitative research.

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