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|... multi-sector, absolute return fixed income approach. GSFM said the portfolio aims to outperform the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index by 2-3% gross per annum over a three year period. "The central pillar of the strategy is income generated from a highly ...|
|... its inception in May 2016 the fund has returned 4.8% in annualised return to the benchmark's (Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index) 1.88%.|
|... AusBond Composite 0+ Years Index, Citigroup Global Bond Index ex-Australia (hedged to AUD) and Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index. The Australian Shares Indexed option aims to perform in line with the benchmark S&P/ASX300 Accumulation Index (before tax) ...|
|... overall market's performance. Typically looking to provide yearly gross returns of 2-3% over the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, in Sunsuper's case it will seek to achieve, before fees, an excess return of 1.75%. It will be used by Sunsuper as an ...|
|... Secured Opportunities account has returned 6.9% annualised which is 4.83% above the benchmark Bloomberg Ausbond Bank Bill Index, calculated at net of fees. Its Investment Grade Securitised targets superannuation funds. It has beat the benchmark index ...|
|... has returned 6.5% per annum over the five years to 31 December 2017 and is benchmarked to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, which returned 4% over the same period. Brodie explained the choice to invest in the Global Income Fund, saying it "has an ...|
|... has returned 6.5% per annum over the five years to 31 December 2017 and is benchmarked to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, which returned 4% over the same period. "Supervised Investments has a long track record of delivering strong, risk-adjusted ...|
|... global fixed income fund and is based on Payden's absolute return strategy. Relative to the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index, the fund has generated 2.41% per annum over three years. It is also available on the Asgard, BT, HUB24, Macquarie, MLC, Navigator ...|
|... investors' portfolios, despite record low interest rates and market volatility." The fund uses the Bloomberg Ausbond Bank Bill Index (BAUBIL) as a performance benchmark but does not reference any market index for the purpose of portfolio construction. ...|
|... just 1.22% p.a. since the fund's inception in June 2011 compared to 3.13% annualised from the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index.|
Victoria Funds Management Corporation has promoted a senior portfolio manager to head of equities, and hired from outside the company to fill the vacant role
The government's move to extend the ban on conflicted remuneration to listed investment companies and trusts is expected to provide financial advisers with some much needed certainty.
Aussie equities fund managers steadily improved in performance relative to benchmark from January to March, according to an updated SPIVA Australia Scorecard from S&P.
In the pre-pandemic world, there was a lot of talk around passive investment but now that the markets have taken investors on a rollercoaster ride, are the active managers leaving or just biding their time?
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