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Fund performances are net of management and performance related fees. Benchmark performances are gross before any deductions.
The Risk Ratings aim to position Old Mutual’s Funds relative to each other in terms of capital volatility and the potential to lose value. Each assessment was primarily based on the fund’s objectives, as embodied in its mandate. Exposure to different asset classes was also taken into consideration.
The Risk Ratings are also made in respect of the DOMINANT foreign currency exposure of the underlying fund. The overall investment return when translated into USD or Rands, may therefore distort this assessment. The total return, when translated into USD or Rands, is directly affected by Rand or Dollar strength or weakness relative to currency exposures in the fund.
The actual launch dates for the Old Mutual Investors and Old Mutual Top Companies Funds were 31 Oct 1966 and 1 Nov 1991 respectively. The NAV-NAV price series started on 30 September 1993.
1The benchmark was changed from SYMEISA 150 to Shareholders Weighted Index (SWIX) from September 2006 onwards.
2The benchmark was changed from 50% STeFI / 50% All Bond to ALBI 1-3 years from March 2005 onwards.
3Benchmark changed from category average to inflation effective 1 October 2007.
4Benchmark changed from inflation+4% p.a. to inflation effective 1 January 2008.
5Benchmark changed from downweighted resources JSE All Share to Shareholders Weighted Index (SWIX) effective 1 October 2007.
6Fund performance compared to UT Category Average. Benchmark: Dividend Yield of not less than 5% p.a.
7The actual launch dates for the Old Mutual Investors and Old Mutual Top Companies Funds were 31 Oct 1966 and 1 Nov 1991 respectively. The NAV-NAV price series started on 30 September 1993.
8Benchmark changed from category average to Shareholders Weighted Index (SWIX) effective from 1 October 2007
9Benchmark changed from JSE All Share to FTSE/JSE Shariah Index effective 1 July 2009
The information and opinions contained in this bulletin are made in good faith and are based on sources believed to be reliable but no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to their accuracy, completeness or correctness. The opinions expressed herein are not intended to serve as authoritative investment advice and should not be used in substitution for the exercise of own judgement. The price of shares/units and any income from them may fall as well as rise. Past performance or fund benchmark performance is not necessarily a guide to the future and investors may not get back the full amount invested. When a subscription involves a foreign exchange transaction, it may be subject to the fluctuations of currency values. Exchange rates may also cause the value of underlying overseas investments to go down or up. It should be noted that investments within the fund may not be readily marketable. It may therefore be difficult for an investor to withdraw from the fund or to obtain reliable information about its value and the extent of the risks to which it is exposed.
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