|Fee Rebate||4.1% (100%)|
|Vianova Strategic Fixed Interest Trust is an income fund primarily investing in low risk assets such as government and corporate bonds.The Fund’s allocation between the diff erent types of fi xed interest securities and cash is actively managed to take advantage of changes in the market. The manager’s approach as a benchmark unaware fund aims to provide returns regardless of the direction of the bond market.|
|Key features and benefits|
|What is the Fund’s strategy?
The Fund invests in a portfolio of Australian fixed interest securities and cash focusing on delivering positive returns regardless of the performance of the broader fixed interest market. The allocation between the different types of fixed interest securities and cash is actively managed to take advantage of changes in the market, versus other more traditional fixed interest funds that tend to follow an index. ie when the market performs negatively, the performance of those funds will generally follow.The Fund aims to provide investors with regular income and to preserve capital.Key Benefits
Regular income paid quarterly – As fund primarily investing in fixed interest and cash products, interest is distributed to investors on a quarterly basisCapital stability – Bonds, fixed interest products and cash are considered relatively low risk and do not fluctuate to the the same extent as the sharemarket, providing investors with some stability over their investmentsFocusing on returns rather than an index – The Vianova Strategic Fixed Interest Trust believes that focusing on delivering positive returns rather than following an index is a key differentiator in how they manage their fund.
Who should consider investing in the fund?
What do we get paid
Wealth Focus will rebate 100% of the 4.1% sales commission in the form of additional units in the fund. Wealth Focus may also receive a trailing commission of up to 0.5% pa of the value of the fund. This trailing commission is paid by the manager and is NOT an additional charge to the investor.