We invest in income generating stocks to put money in your pocket
The Fund’s primary objective is to deliver a tax-effective income stream, plus the potential for capital growth over the long term. Its diversified portfolio of high dividend-paying stocks helps to produce lower volatility returns versus the S&P/ASX200 Index over the life of the Fund.
The Fund has a track record of delivering an income stream in accordance with its stated investment objective over the long term.
We aim to create capital growth over the long term – providing an important hedge against inflation.
Investing in high dividend-paying stocks with franking credits, off-market share buy-backs, and minimising portfolio turnover helps deliver after-tax benefits.
Tyndall Australian Share Income is an excellent option for investors seeking above-market income backed by Australian equities
Edward Huynh, Analyst
Morningstar Global Fund Report published on 14 September 2021
as at 31 August 2022
|Fund returns||Accumulation index|
|3 years p.a.||5.83||5.13||5.51|
|5 years p.a.||6.32||5.62||8.13|
|10 years p.a.||9.56||8.77||9.34|
|Since inception p.a.||9.34||8.57||9.23|
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 Share Income Fund*||Managed by|
|Inception Date||14 November 2008|
|Benchmark||S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index (grossed up for franking credits)|
|Management Cost||0.85% 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: TYN0038AU • ARSN: 133 980 819 • Buy/sell spread: 0.20%/0.20%|
* The Fund was renamed Tyndall Australian Share Income Fund on 27 August 2021. The Fund was previously known as Nikko AM Australian Share Income 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