Ox Capital Dynamic Asia Fund
The Ox Capital Dynamic Asia Fund (the Fund) invests in a portfolio of high quality, undervalued companies primarily in Asia ex Japan. The Fund typically holds 30 – 50 stocks that are diversified across countries, sectors and thematic exposures related to the immense demographic, economic and technological changes taking place in Asia.
This Fund is only available to investors in the UK and select European jurisdictions.
|Objective||The Fund aims to provide an absolute return and capital growth above the Benchmark Index over the long term.|
|Benchmark||MSCI All Country Asia ex Japan Index (USD) unhedged.|
|Stocks held||Typically 30-50|
|Minimum investment timeframe||5 years|
|Performance fee||15% of the Fund’s daily return above the Benchmark1|
|Key Information for Buying and Selling Shares||The Class A Shares are offered to investors looking to invest a minimum of US$100,000 or equivalent in other currencies.|
The Class I Shares are intended for direct investment by institutional and wholesale investors looking to invest a minimum of US$50million or equivalent in other currencies.
The Class J Shares are offered to investors seeking a Japanese Yen Share Class.
The Class N Shares are offered to large institutional investors investing more than US$100million or equivalent in other currencies, who already have a separate agreement in place with the Investment Manager.
The Class S Shares are offered to large institutional investors investing more than US$100million or equivalent in other currencies.
To find out more about the Dynamic Asia Fund including Fact Sheets, Prospectus and how to invest please visit our distribution partner Fidante. This Fund is only available to investors in the UK and select European jurisdictions.
Key Features of the Fund
A portfolio of 30-50 high quality, undervalued, well run companies that have the potential to generate high absolute returns over the medium to long term.
- Capture growth:
OxCap’s investment approach is to identify the immense positive changes taking place in Asia and other key emerging markets and to find companies that can benefit from those trends.
- Capital preservation strategies:
The Fund can use derivatives such as index futures and equity swaps to help protect the portfolio from market volatility.