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Cyan C3G Fund is based on the investment philosophy which can be defined as a comprehensive, clear and considered process focused on delivering growth. These are identified through stringent filter criteria and a rigorous research process. The Manager uses a proprietary stock filter in order to eliminate a large proportion of investments due to both internal characteristics (such as gearing levels or cash flow) and external characteristics (such as exposure to commodity prices or customer concentration).
Typically, the Fund looks for businesses that are one or more of:
a) under researched,
b) fundamentally undervalued,
c) have a catalyst for re-rating.
The Manager seeks to achieve this investment outcome by actively managing a portfolio of Australian listed securities. When the opportunity to invest in suitable securities cannot be found, the manager may reduce the level of equities exposure and accumulate a defensive cash position. Whilst it is the company's intention, there is no guarantee that any distributions or returns will be declared, or that if declared, the amount of any returns will remain constant or increase over time. The Fund does not invest in derivatives and does not use debt to leverage the Fund's performance. However, companies in which the Fund invests may be leveraged.
The fund's Sortino ratio (which excludes volatility in positive months) has ranged from a high of 1.38 for performance over the most recent 12 months to a low of 0.28 over the latest 36 months, and is 1.25 for performance since inception. By contrast, the ASX Small Ordinaries Total Return Index's Sortino for performance since August 2014 is 0.72.
The fund's down-capture ratio for returns since inception is 51.75%. Over all other periods, the fund's down-capture ratio has ranged from a high of 123.68% over the most recent 12 months to a low of 79.59% over the latest 60 months. A down-capture ratio less than 100% indicates that, on average, the fund has outperformed in the market's negative months over the specified period.