Antipodes Global Fund – Long (PIE)
The Antipodes Global Fund – Long (PIE) (the Fund) is one of two PIE-compliant New Zealand-domiciled funds within the Antipodes Investment Funds Scheme. Implemented Investment Solutions (IIS) is the issuer and manager of the Fund, with investment management undertaken by Antipodes Partners Limited (Antipodes). The Fund is registered as an offer within a Managed Investment Scheme under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 and is regulated by the FMA.
Antipodes, in conjunction with Pinnacle Investment Management (Pinnacle) promote and distribute the Fund to investors.
|Investment Manager||Antipodes Partners Limited|
|Investment Policy and Objectives||The Fund aims to provide investment exposure predominantly to a broad range of international shares listed on stock exchanges in developed and emerging markets. The fund can only take long positions in the securities it holds and cannot short sell or use leverage to generate returns.
The Fund aims to achieve absolute returns in excess of the MSCI All Country World Net Index in NZ dollars over the investment cycle (typically 3-5 years).
|Investment Strategy||The Fund invests in the Antipodes Global Fund – Long – UCITS (Underlying Fund) and cash or cash equivalent securities. The Underlying Fund’s investment exposure is predominantly to a broad range of international shares listed on stock exchanges in developed and emerging markets. The Underlying Fund may use exchange traded derivatives for risk management purposes and to achieve equity exposure.|
|Benchmark||MSCI All Country World Net Index in NZ dollars|
|Minimum Investment Timeframe||5 Years|
How to invest
- InvestNow enables investors to invest directly into funds online. Investors using InvestNow simply pay the fees of the funds, reflecting InvestNow does not charge transaction or administration fees.
- Contact your Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA).
- Contact David Batty, Director Distribution – New Zealand, Pinnacle Investment Management Limited. email@example.com.
- Complete an Application form. You can find the application form in the Documents and Reporting table.