'Star' your favourite funds to make them easy to find Pendal Monthly Income Plus Fund Formerly known as the BT Wholesale Monthly Income Plus Fund

Entry Price $1.0757
13.11.2019
Exit Price $1.0741
13.11.2019 History

Significant Features: The Pendal Monthly Income Plus Fund is an actively managed diversified portfolio that invests in a number of income generating strategies across a range of asset classes.

Fund Objective: The Fund aims to provide a return (before fees, costs and taxes) that exceeds the RBA Cash Rate over rolling 3-year periods while allowing for some capital growth to reduce the impact of inflation.

Minimum investment: $25,000
Benchmark: RBA Cash Rate
Distribution Frequency: Monthly
Distribution (cpu): 0.1600    31.10.2019
Management Cost: 0.65% pa
Buy Sell spread: 0.14% (0.07%/0.07%)
Risk Level: Low to medium
Risks: An investment fund is subject to a number of risks. For a detailed description of these risks please refer to the PDS.
APIR code: BTA0318AU

Fund Performance

As at 31/10/19
Period ending:
As at 31/10/19 1m 3m 1yr 3yr (p.a) 5yr (p.a) % since inception 01/07/2009
Total return (After fees) -0.18 0.17 7.76 5.01 4.74 5.53
Distribution 0.15 0.45 3.18 3.75 4.04 4.85
Growth -0.33 -0.28 4.58 1.27 0.70 0.67
Total return (Before fees and tax) -0.12 0.33 8.46 5.70 5.43 6.20
Benchmark: RBA Cash Rate 0.06 0.23 1.30 1.44 1.68 2.70

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Entry Price $1.4112
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Exit Price $1.4040
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The Pendal Concentrated Global Share Fund is an actively managed, concentrated portfolio of global shares and is diversified across a broad range of global sharemarkets.

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Entry Price $2.2997
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Exit Price $2.2881
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The Pendal Focus Australian Share Fund is an actively managed concentrated portfolio of Australian shares.

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Entry Price $1.3499
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Exit Price $1.3431
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The Pendal Sustainable Australian Share Fund is an actively managed portfolio of Australian shares. Investments are screened for companies with a sustainable approach to the production of goods and services.

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Entry Price $1.0077
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Exit Price $1.0052
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Entry Price $1.0401
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The Fund aims to provide a return (before fees, costs and taxes) that exceeds the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index over the medium to long term.

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Where performance returns are quoted “After fees” then this assumes reinvestment of distributions and is calculated using exit prices which take into account management costs but not tax you may pay as an investor. Where “Growth” returns are shown, these represent the percentage change in the value of units in the fund excluding any distributions paid. “Distribution” returns equal the difference between the “Total return (After fees)”, and the Growth return. Where performance returns are quoted “After fees and tax”, they are calculated using exit prices which take into account management costs and taxes paid within the trust up to a maximum of 15%. Where performance returns are quoted “Before fees and tax”, they exclude the effects of management costs and any taxes. In the case of the Pendal Managed Cash Fund and the Pendal Stable Cash Plus Fund all returns are calculated using the average of the daily distribution yields and assume monthly reinvestment of distributions.

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