The Fairview Equity Partners Emerging Companies Fund

The Fairview Equity Partners Emerging Companies Fund has outperformed the benchmark S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index by +6.16% p.a since inception (8 October 2008) for the period ending 31 January 2018.

When you invest in the Fund, you're not buying an index or a sector, you're harnessing Fairview's commitment to diligently researching and identifying mis-priced companies within the small caps sector.

Portfolio Managers Leigh Cronin, Michael Glenane
Fund size (at 31 December 2017) $ 408 million
Inception date 8/10/2008
Benchmark S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index
Management Fee 1.20% p.a of the Fund’s net asset value plus performance fee (refer to PDS)
Typical number of stocks 50 - 65
Buy/Sell spread +0.30% on application and -0.30% on withdrawal
APIR code ANT0002AU
Distribution frequency Yearly, calculated as at 30 June. However, there may be periods in which no distributions are made or special distributions are paid.

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Why Fairview?

• Returns – our core active investment approach and tight risk controls allow us to consistently deliver solid returns throughout the various stages of each investment cycle.

• Capacity – we have firm capacity constraints in place to ensure returns aren’t compromised due to excessive levels of funds under management.

• Experience – we have worked together for several years and collectively have in excess of 75 years of investment experience, specialising in funds management and investment research.

• Diversification – we comprehensively cover the small caps universe to build a diversified high quality portfolio of our most compelling investments opportunities.

• Alignment – we have invested a considerable portion of our own personal wealth into the Fund. To this end, we are totally aligned with investors in our efforts to maximize unitholder returns. 

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Investment objective

The Fund aims to provide long-term capital growth and some income by investing primarily in a diverse portfolio of smaller companies listed, or expected to be listed, on the Australian Securities Exchange.

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February 2017 Rated


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Top 10 Holdings in alphabetical order - 31 December 2017

Corporate Travel Management Ltd
Costa Group Holdings Ltd
Credit Corp Group Ltd
IDP Education Ltd
McMilan Shakespeare Ltd
Mineral Resources Ltd
Regis Resources Ltd
Webjet Ltd

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