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Fund returns are net of fees and measured against the benchmark.
*Please note: this fund is only available through investment platforms such as Old Mutual Wealth and MAX Investments. 1Composite benchmark of 60% SWIX, 35% MSCI All Country World Index & 5% STeFI 2 45% Customised SA Shari’ah Equity Index, 10% S&P Developed Markets Large and Mid-Cap Shari’ah Index, 40% STeFI Composite – 0.5%, 5% Three-month US Dollar LIBOR 3 85% Customised SA Shari’ah Equity Index / 15% S&P Developed Markets Large and Mid-Cap Shari’ah Index
The inflation figures are lagged by one month as it is calculated before this month’s inflation rate was released.
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Money market portfolio
A money market fund is not a bank deposit account. Its unit price aims to be constant but investment capital is not guaranteed. The total return is primarily made up of interest (declared daily at 13:00) but may also include any gain/loss on any particular instrument. In most cases this will merely have the effect of increasing or decreasing the daily yield, but in the case of abnormal losses, it can have the effect of reducing the capital value of the fund. The published yield is calculated using the average of the fund’s previous seven days’ net income (and assumes all income was reinvested). This figure is then annualised, which is the weighted average compound growth rate. Excessive withdrawals from the fund may place the fund under liquidity pressures. In such circumstances a process of ring-fencing of withdrawal instructions and managed pay outs over time may be followed. Income funds
Income funds derive their income primarily from interest-bearing instruments as defined. The yield is a current yield and is calculated daily. Fund of funds
A fund of funds is a portfolio that invests in other funds which levy their own charges. This could result in a higher fee structure for the fund of funds. Feeder fund
A feeder fund is a portfolio that invests in a single fund which levies its own charges. This could result in a higher fee structure for the feeder fund. Third-party named funds (co-branded funds)
Old Mutual Unit Trust Managers (RF) (Pty) Ltd is the manager of the co-branded fund and has full legal responsibility for it. Funds with foreign assets
Some funds hold assets in foreign countries and therefore may have risks regarding liquidity, the repatriation of funds, political and macroeconomic situations, foreign exchange, tax, settlement, and the availability of information.
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