The Yarra Absolute Credit Fund seeks to earn higher returns than traditional fixed income investments, with regular and stable income.
The Fund offers investors access to typically 30 – 50 Australian domiciled securities and can provide diversification to traditional asset classes.
The Fund’s large investment universe enables the construction of a highly diversified portfolio, with its underlying investments spanning: corporate bonds (investment grade and high yield), syndicated loans, mortgage and asset-backed securities, covered bonds, hybrid securities, cash and cash equivalents.
Regular, stable income
Distributions are paid monthly and can either be reinvested in additional units in the Fund or can be paid by direct credit to a nominated bank or financial institution account.
A flexible, actively managed portfolio
The Fund holds a multi-sector credit portfolio, with the aim to meaningfully shift exposure wherever, in our view, the best risk-adjusted opportunities can be found.
The Fund blends higher risk-adjusted returns across both liquid and less liquid segments, with a strong home bias, predominantly in the Australian credit market, hedged back to generate an Australian dollar floating rate portfolio.
In general, the Fund aims to have an average Investment Grade Rating.
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To earn higher returns than traditional fixed income investments (over the medium-to-long term) by investing in a highly diversified floating rate portfolio of predominantly Australian domiciled credit securities
Potential for capital growth
Low / Medium
Recommended investment timeframe
3 years or more
Gross returns as at 30 November 2020
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* The returns shown are gross of all fees, meaning they do not reflect the deduction of any investment management fees which would reduce returns and assume reinvestment of distribution. Excess Return is the difference between the Fund’s gross return and its benchmark, not including franking. Investment in the fund is not available on a fee free basis and this should be factored into any analysis of past performance. For information on returns which take into account fees and expenses (net returns), please refer to the Fund’s monthly and quarterly investment commentaries (which can be found here). Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.