Growth Bond Fund

Investment objective

To provide investors with long-term (7-10 years) tax-paid capital growth and competitive returns, while controlling short-term variability of capital.


Investment strategy

The Growth Bond invests in a diversified portfolio of assets with the majority of assets in growth assets such as Australian and International shares and property. Exposure to property may include both direct real property investments and investments in listed and unlisted property securities. The Bond will also invest in some income producing assets such as fixed interest and cash.

This investment strategy typically aims to hold 70% growth assets and 30% defensive assets.


Key features

Key Features
APIR Code OVS0006AU
Minimum Initial Investment $500
Minimum Additional Investment $500 for a one-off additional payment
Additional Investment Plan Minimum monthly deposit of $100
Minimum Switching Amount $500
Minimum Balance $500
Contribution Fee Nil
Annual Management Fee Net 1.5% p.a.
Suggested Timeframe 7 – 10 years
Effective Tax Rate 27%

Performance

The performance of your bond is measured after taxes and fees within this tax paid bond.

3 mth 6 mth 1 yr 3 yr 5 yr
Net return* (%) 1.80 5.84 9.72 9.02 8.04
*Updated 30/09/18. For periods of 1 year or longer, the movement is expressed as an annual rate of return. For periods less than 1 year, the return is expressed as a percentage for that corresponding period. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Growth Bond Fund Performance


Asset Allocation

Min % Max % Actual %
Australian Shares 0 60 39.41
International Shares 0 50 6.40
Property 0 33 23.78
Australian Fixed Interest 0 95 10.93
Cash 0 100 11.41
Alternative Assets 0 15 8.07

^ This may include Australian and international venture and development capital and public infrastructure investments.

Top 5 Holdings

  1. Centuria Metropolitan REIT (CMA)
  2. Smallco Broadcap Fund
  3. Smallco Investment Fund
  4. Betashares CRED ETF
  5. Vanguard All World ex-US ETF

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