Oasis Crescent International Feeder Fund Fact Sheet

Fund Details
Fund Sector
Global Equity General
Assets Under Management (R m) (Mar 2019)
R1 849 R 157 8.491%
Number of Accounts (Mar 2019)
1 475 31 2.101%
Fund Asset Allocations (R m)
Sector Mar 2019 Dec 2018
Equities R 0 R 0
    Local    R 0    R 0
    Foreign    R 0    R 0
Cash Instr. R - R 0
    Local    R -    R 0
    Foreign    R 0    R 0
Property R 0 R 0
On FoF R 1 862 R 1 691
Fund Investment Aims, Objective and/or Universe
The Oasis Crescent International Feeder Fund is a Shari’ah compliant rand denominated global general equity fund that invests in the Oasis Crescent Global Equity Fund.

Hence, the assets of the fund are largely held by the offshore fund, which invests in various global equity instruments that are listed on international stock exchanges.The primary objective of this investment product is to achieve medium to long-term growth in US dollars.The Oasis Crescent Global Equity Fund is a top-performing Shari’ah compliant global mutual fund that forms part of the Oasis Group’s global product range.The operations of the fund management company are based in Dublin (Ireland) and it satis es the stringent requirements of the European Union’s Undertaking for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities.
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