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Australian Corporate Bond Fund

SYNOPSIS

PERFORMANCE

RESEARCH

INVESTMENT PLATFORMS

OFFERING

DOCUMENTS

STRATEGY

The Artesian Corporate Bond Fund (Fund) invests in a diversified portfolio of liquid, investment grade fixed and floating rate AUD corporate bonds.

 

It is an actively managed absolute return fund that aims to achieve consistent returns above the daily RBA cash rate throughout fluctuating interest rate and economic cycles.

Key characteristics of the fund:

 

  • Investment grade fund with an emphasis on liquidity and credit quality, and has no listed bank hybrids

  • Short interest rate duration fund with a floating rate note bias

  • ESG integrated investment research to provide optimal investment decisions

  • Daily liquidity and quarterly distributions

  • No currency risk (all corporate bonds are AUD only)

  • Capped fund size to maximise returns for investors

2 PAGE SUMMARY

ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

INVESTOR PORTAL

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Artesian Corporate Bond Fund investors can login to the investor portal to access transaction history and unit pricing

Press the button below to complete an online application for an investment in the Artesian Corporate Bond Fund

TERMS

Target Return: 

The Fund aims to provide returns above the RBA cash rate +2.75% (net of fees) throughout all interest rate cycles.

 

Note the target return is not a forecast. It is merely an indication of what the Fund aims to achieve over the medium term on the assumption that credit markets remain relatively stable throughout the investment timeframe. The Fund may not be successful in meeting the target return. Returns are not guaranteed.

Investment Management Fee:

 

Class A Units 0.66% (plus GST)

Class B Units 0.55% (plus GST)

Administration fee:

 

0.20%

Minimum Investment:

Class A $25,000

Class B $5,000,000

Buy/Sell Spread:

0.10% / 0.10%

CLASS B UNITS
30 JUNE 2024

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RELATIVE PERFORMANCE

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PERFORMANCE REPORT
JUNE 2024

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TMD
TARGET
Market DETERMINATION

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CLASS A
Product Disclosure Statement

Reference Guide

APPlication FORM

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CLASS A (NZ)

Product disclosure statement

Reference guide

APPlication FORM

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CLASS B

Information memorandum

APPlication FORM

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Summary
Terms

TEAM

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Matthew Clunies-Ross

Partner

Melbourne

Matthew co-founded Artesian in 2004 and is the Chief Investment Officer. Matthew is based in Artesian's Melbourne office.

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Amrutha Venugopal

Credit & ESG Analyst

Sydney

Amrutha joined Artesian in 2023 and is a Credit & ESG Analyst for the debt business

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Johny Tjheng

Director

Singapore

Johny is a Director and Portfolio Manager in Singapore. He has been with Artesian since March 2010 primarily covering APAC credits.

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Rory MacIntyre

Director, Distribution

Sydney

Rory joined Artesian in September 2019 heads up the Australian retail distribution business.

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John McCartney

Partner

New York

John co-founded Artesian in 2004. He is responsible for Artesian's alternative investment management business in North America.

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Kurt Tan

Managing Director

New York

Kurt is responsible for fixed income analysis and portfolio management as well as carbon research and measurement for North America.

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Gibson Goh

Credit Analyst

Singapore

Gibson is a credit analyst based in Singapore. He is responsible for credit and interest rate research/trading across Artesian’s credit funds.

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David Gallagher

Partner

Sydney

David joined Artesian in 2013 and is the PM of the Artesian Corporate Bond Fund & the Artesian Green & Sustainable Bond Fund.

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Nikolaos Koukiasas

Portfolio Manager

London

Nikolaos is an experienced multi-asset class portfolio manager and trader with over nineteen years of experience in fixed income.

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Mark Bytheway

Director, ESG Research

Melbourne

Mark is Director ESG Research and is responsible for ESG analysis and strategy integration across Artesian's debt funds.

Team

The Zenith Investment Partners (ABN 27 103 132 672, AFS Licence 226872) (“Zenith”) rating (ETL3604AU (Artesian Corporate Bond Fund) and ETL8782AU (Artesian Green & Sustainable Bond Fund) assigned June 2024) referred to in this piece is limited to “General Advice” (s766B Corporations Act 2001) for Wholesale clients only.  This advice has been prepared without taking into account the objectives, financial situation or needs of any individual, including target markets of financial products, where applicable, and is subject to change at any time without prior notice.  It is not a specific recommendation to purchase, sell or hold the relevant product(s).  Investors should seek independent financial advice before making an investment decision and should consider the appropriateness of this advice in light of their own objectives, financial situation and needs.  Investors should obtain a copy of, and consider the PDS or offer document before making any decision and refer to the full Zenith Product Assessment available on the Zenith website.  Past performance is not an indication of future performance. Zenith usually charges the product issuer, fund manager or related party to conduct Product Assessments.  Full details regarding Zenith’s methodology, ratings definitions and regulatory compliance are available on our Product Assessments and at Fund Research Regulatory Guidelines

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