Squirrel Monthly Income Fund

Launched in 2021, the Squirrel Monthly Income Fund aims to provide an annual return, after fees and before tax, of 4.00% higher than the Official Cash Rate, through exposure to a diversified portfolio of actively managed loans exposed to the NZ residential property market.

Loan exposure is obtained by investing in the Squirrel Wholesale Investment Funds scheme, whose funds obtain their loan exposure through investing via the Squirrel peer-to-peer platform operated by Squirrel Money Limited. Assets of the Squirrel Wholesale Funds may include exposure to fractional and/or whole loans, as well as cash and cash equivalents.

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Squirrel Money Limited

Investment Policy and Objectives

The Fund is designed to provide investors with a regular income return generated through exposure to a diversified portfolio of loans predominantly secured against registered first mortgages on residential property across New Zealand.

Investment Strategy The Fund strategy provides investors exposure to loans made to New Zealand residential property homeowners by investing in the Squirrel Wholesale Investment Funds scheme (“Squirrel Wholesale Funds”), a wholesale managed investment scheme made up of three funds; the Squirrel Wholesale Construction Loan Fund, the Squirrel Wholesale Home Loan Fund, and the Squirrel Wholesale Personal Loan Fund,. Each of the wholesale funds invest in a diversified range of New Zealand loans in their respective target loan class; construction, home and personal loans. The Squirrel Wholesale Funds obtain their loan exposure by investing via the Squirrel peer-to-peer (“P2P”) platform, where they can invest in either a portion of a loan (a fractional loan), or an entire loan (a whole loan). The Fund may also invest in cash and cash equivalent assets. The investment strategy and asset allocation ranges are set in order for the Fund to achieve
Benchmark
The Fund’s aims to provide an annual return after fees and before tax, of the Official Cash Rate, set by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, plus a margin of 4.00%