Fairtree ALBI Plus Fund Fact Sheet

Fund Details
Fund Sector
SA – Interest Bearing – Variable Term
Assets Under Management (R m) (Mar 2019)
R57 R 6 10.526%
Number of Accounts (Mar 2019)
22 2 9.0909%
Fund Asset Allocations (R m)
Sector Mar 2019 Dec 2018
Equities R 0 R 0
    Local    R 0    R 0
    Foreign    R -    R -
Cash Instr. R 57 R 51
    Local    R 57    R 51
    Foreign    R 0    R 0
Property R 0 R 0
On FoF R 0 R 0
Fund Investment Aims, Objective and/or Universe
The Fund will aim to deliver an annualised return of ALBI plus 1%, a tier fees, which comprises a reasonable level of income as well as capital performance.Due to the nature of the bond type investments, the majority of the returns through the cycle will be dominated via quarterly income distributions.

The main objective of the fixed income team is to provide superior risk-adjusted returns over and above the published All Bond Index (ALBI) to our clients irrespective of market conditions.We believe that markets are not always efficient and therefore present mispriced opportuni es, which can be taken advantage of to generate excess returns.We aim to seek out mispriced risk in the market consisting of inter and intra market arbitrage.The fund looks to take advantage of any short or long-term anomalies in the market, whilst minimising any risks associated with running those positions.
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