Mason Stevens Credit Fund

A diversified approach to generating income

An active strategy that seeks to provide regular income and capital stability. The Fund invests in high quality global securities and has a track record of low volatility and strong returns.
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Mason Stevens Credit Fund

The Fund received a quantitative 4 Star Overall Morningstar Rating™ as at 31 March 2020 and a Superior 4.25 star qualitative rating from SQM Research as at 31 December 2019.


Unit Price: $1.0076
Performance since inception (31 May 2013) to 31 August 2020: 5.49% p.a.^
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The Manager

Mason Stevens Asset Management is the manager of the fund. The portfolio management team is highly experienced and focused on delivering outcomes to investors.
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Investment Objective

The Fund seeks to generate returns in excess of 2.5%pa above the RBA Cash Rate after fees and expenses by investing in an actively managed portfolio of global interest rate securities.

Investment Strategy

The Fund invests in global interest rate securities such as corporate debt, hybrid and structured debt securities including residential mortgage backed securities and asset backed securities, that pay a fixed or floating rate of return. Securities are primarily investment grade, no more than 5% of the Fund’s asset are comprised of securities below investment grade. No more than 10% of the Fund’s assets are exposed to a single issue.

Strong historical returns coupled with low volatility

A recognised track record of delivering consistent returns with low volatility.

Conservative liquidity risk management

Monthly pricing and liquidity available through investment in quality assets.

Can be the perfect complement to your portfolio

Gives you access to a wider universe of fixed income assets.

Fund Performance

The Fund has delivered strong returns to investors coupled with low volatility.

The inception date is 31 May 2013.

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Mason Stevens Credit Fund

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Important Information

^Returns of the Mason Stevens Credit Fund (Fund) are calculated net of fees based on the exit price (including sell spread) and calculated from the Fund’s inception date of 31 May 2013. Individual returns will vary depending on date of initial investment and if distributions are reinvested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
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