The Fund rose 2.3% in July, outperforming the Small Industrials by 3.2% and outperforming the Small Ordinaries by 1.6%. For the 12 months to July, the Fund was up 49.3%, outperforming the Small Industrials Index by 17.4% and outperforming the Small Ordinaries Index by 17.0%.
||Charter Hall Group||Australia||Real Estate|
||City Chic Collective||Australia||Consumer Discretionary|
||Hansen Technologies||Australia||Information Technology|
||Johns Lyng Group Ltd||Australia||Industrials|
||Lifestyle Communities||Australia||Real Estate|
||NZX Ltd||New Zealand||Financials|
||Pinnacle Investment Management||Australia||Financials|
||Uniti Wireless Ltd||Australia||Communication Services|
|1 MTH||1 YEAR||3 YEARS P.A.||5 YEARS P.A.||10 YEARS P.A.||SINCE INCEPTION P.A.|
|Emerging Companies Fund||2.3%||49.3%||11.8%||11.9%||13.6%||13.8%|
|S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Index||0.7%||32.3%||9.2%||9.6%||5.9%||5.8%|
|ASA Small Cap Industrials Index||-0.9%||31.9%||9.3%||8.9%||10.1%||6.5%|
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The Pengana Emerging Companies Fund combines the skills of highly experienced small company investors (collectively over 45 years’ experience) with a limited fund size and an objective of providing above market returns over the medium term. Our benchmark is the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index. The fund managers Steve Black and Ed Prendergast are part owners of the business and investors in the Fund, providing a strong incentive to perform. The Fund has strong research ratings from all major research houses and over the period since its inception has delivered returns well above benchmark.
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1. Net performance figures are shown after all fees and expenses, and assume reinvestment of distributions. No allowance has been made for buy/sell spreads. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance, the value of investments can go up and down.
2. Inception 1 November 2004.
* For further information regarding fees please see the PDS available on our website.
** The Fund does not invest in resource stocks.