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The managers of the fund intend to maintain a concentrated portfolio of investments in ASX listed companies that they have investigated and consider to be undervalued. They will assess the attractiveness of potential investments using a number of common industry based measures, a proprietary in-house model and by speaking with management, industry experts and competitors. Once the managers form a view that an investment offers sufficient upside potential relative to the downside risk, the fund will seek to make an investment.
If no appropriate investment can be identified the managers are prepared to hold cash and wait for the right opportunities to present themselves.
The Collins St Value Fund has a track record of 6 years and 5 months and has outperformed the ASX 200 Total Return Index since inception in February 2016, providing investors with an annualised return of 16.09% compared with the index's return of 8.6% over the same period.
On a calendar year basis, the fund hasn't experienced any negative annual returns in the 6 years and 5 months since its inception. Over the past 12 months, the fund's largest drawdown was -11.41% vs the index's -11.9%, and since inception in February 2016 the fund's largest drawdown was -27.46% vs the index's maximum drawdown over the same period of -26.75%. The fund's maximum drawdown began in February 2020 and lasted 7 months, reaching its lowest point during March 2020. The fund had completely recovered its losses by September 2020.
The Manager has delivered these returns with 3.44% more volatility than the index, contributing to a Sharpe ratio which has fallen below 1 four times over the past five years and which currently sits at 0.88 since inception. The fund has provided positive monthly returns 84% of the time in rising markets and 63% of the time during periods of market decline, contributing to an up-capture ratio since inception of 79% and a down-capture ratio of 42%.