Just 15-25 stocks make the cut
The aim of the Fund is to provide long-term returns (capital growth, income and franking credits) by investing in a concentrated portfolio of stocks. Built on a benchmark unaware basis, the Fund invests in stocks that offer both a high yield and high total return. Being benchmark unaware means the composition of the Fund can vary substantially from the S&P/ASX 200 Index.
The Fund typically holds stocks that have higher earnings stability than the average, resulting in a lower portfolio beta.
Capital + income
A total return focus and yield bias offers investors an additional risk and return option when blended with other investment styles.
Thoughtful team to return the strategy to its successful origins by diligently sticking to time-tested process.
Chris Tate, Analyst
Morningstar Global Fund Report published on 10 September 2020
as at 31 July 2021
|Fund returns||Accumulation index|
|3 years p.a.||4.57||3.86||9.59|
|5 years p.a.||7.84||7.01||11.16|
|10 years p.a.||9.44||8.53||9.26|
|Since inception p.a.||9.36||8.51||9.42|
1. Returns are pre fees, pre tax and the dividends are reinvested.
2. Returns are post fees, pre tax using redemption prices and assume reinvestment of distributions.
Returns for periods greater than one year are annualised.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
|Investment summary||Tyndall Australian Concentrated Fund*||Managed by|
|Inception Date||26 May 2010|
|Benchmark||S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index yield|
|Management Cost||1.00% p.a.|
|Min initial investment||$10,000|
|Min additional investment||$1,000|
|Distribution frequency^||Quarterly following 30 June, 30 September, 31 December, 31 March|
|APIR code: TYN0040AU • ARSN: 143 598 556 • Buy/sell spread: 0.25%/0.25%|
* The Fund was renamed Tyndall Australian Share Concentrated Fund on 27 August 2021. The Fund was previously known as Nikko AM Australian Share Concentrated Fund.
^ Fund returns can be volatile. Distributions or the amount of distributions is not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance