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About the fund

The Sustainable Short Term Income Fund offers daily liquidity and exposure to short-term money market and medium-term floating instruments that may improve returns and diversification. The Fund also considers environmental, social and governance issues when selecting investments.

Investment objective

The Fund aims to outperform (pre-fees) the Bloomberg1 Ausbond Bank Bill Index plus 0.6% to 1.0% per annum over rolling three-year periods.

Investment approach

  • The Fund invests in a combination of short-term money market instruments, medium and longer-term floating rate notes and fixed rate securities. These may include direct or indirect holdings of government, bank, corporate, asset backed and other securities. The Fund aims to maintain capital stability through limited exposure to interest rate movements and credit management.
  • The investment manager may also use derivatives for portfolio positioning and for managing market risk.

Why invest?

  • Access to a portfolio of cash and short-term interest bearing securities, which may improve returns and diversification
  • Daily liquidity
  • Monthly distributions

Fund Features

  • Minimum investment amount:  $100,000
  • Buy/Sell spread: 0.00%/0.05%

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View our fund performance

Performance
As at 30 Jun 2021
1 mth % 0.05
3 mth % 0.15
6 mth % 0.34
1 yr % pa 1.34
2 yrs % pa 1.28
3 yrs % pa 1.75
5 yrs % pa N/A

How to apply?

For further information please contact:

E australianunitywealth_transactions@unitregistry.com.au
T 1300 997 774

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Important Information

1 Bloomberg Finance LP and its affiliates (collectively ‘Bloomberg’) do not approve or endorse this material and disclaim all liability for any loss or damage of any kind arising out of the use of all or any part of this material.

The Australian Unity Sustainable Short Term Income Fund - Ordinary Units is issued by Australian Unity Funds Management Limited ABN 60 071 497 115, AFS Licence No. 234454. Units in the Sustainable Short Term Income Fund - Ordinary Units are issued by AUFM as Responsible Entity for the Fund. The information in this document is general information only and is not based on the objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular investor. In deciding whether to acquire, hold or dispose of the product, investors should obtain the current Product Disclosure Statement to consider whether the product is appropriate for them. The information provided on this page is current at the time of publishing.

Historical unit price chart assumptions

Unit prices are for the Australian Unity Sustainable Short Term Income Fund - Ordinary Units only. This chart reflects an exit value at the date shown and is only intended to provide a snapshot of the movements in those prices. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Investment decisions should be considered in the context of the overall performance of the relevant asset class over the stated period and any economic or market changes recently occurring. You should also refer to the Product Disclosure Statement and current details for this investment which are made available on this website.

Historical performance chart assumptions

This chart assumes a notional investment of $10,000 and the reinvestments of distributions credited over the period shown. The returns are calculated after fees and expenses, and uses entry to exit prices. It does not allow for any application or exit fees which may apply to an actual client investment. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Investment decisions should be considered in the context of the overall performance of the relevant asset class over the period shown and any economic or market changes recently occurring. You should also refer to the Product Disclosure Statement and current details for this investment which are made available on this website.

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