Warakirri Charitable Diversified Equities Fund

Overview

Established in June 2014, the Warakirri Charitable Diversified Equities Fund (WCDEF) is a multi-manager Australian equities fund designed and managed for charitable and tax-exempt investors. Based on our longer running fund, the Warakirri Australian Equities Pensions & Charities Fund, the WCDEF takes advantage of Warakirri’s long-standing expertise in developing multi-manager funds and incorporates the Warakirri Ethical Overlay.

The WCDEF provides a diversified exposure to high quality Australian equities managers identified by Warakirri as having the ability to manage tax-exempt investments. The fund typically holds 100+ companies. All fund income is distributed quarterly to investors.

 
Performance

As at 30 June 2017, the WCDEF has returned +8.7% p.a. (net of fees, after franking credits) since its June 2014 inception. This has been +1.3% p.a. (after fees) in excess of its benchmark, an after-tax version of the S&P/ASX 300 Accumulation Index assuming tax-exempt status.

 
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For a more detailed summary of performance, please contact investor relations on +61 3 8613 1111 or investorrelations@warakirri.com.au
 
 
 
Who does this investment suit?

The Warakirri Charitable Diversified Equities Fund is best suited to:

Tax-exempt investors who have the ability to claim franking credits
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Investors who have an investment horizon of  5 years+
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Investors who require an ethical overlay
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Investors seeking diversification across different managers
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Key Attributes
 

Access to Proven Investment Managers

Current managers are:

  • Alliance Bernstein
  • Cooper Investors
  • Greencape Capital
  • Sterling Equity
  • Ubique Asset Management

Warakirri Ethical Overlay

Ethical Overlay

Consistent & Proven Investment Approach

Warakirri adds value through active management by:

  • Rigorous analysis of managers and their stock portfolios;
  • Constructing portfolios of managers with different styles;
  • Blending managers to mitigate individual portfolio manager, single firm, or style risk; and
  • Intensive ongoing monitoring – typically onsite discussions with each manager at least twice per quarter.