Arminius Capital GMMA Fund

APIR: EVO0005AU

Manager Summary

Arminius Capital Advisory ("ACA") provides a global macro perspective when assessing investment strategies, with a "capital preservation" mandate. ACA performs valuations across all asset classes; global equities, foreign exchange, commodities and bonds via fundamental and econometric methodology. The principals of ACA have worked in the US, Europe and Australia for consulting firms, investment banks, wealth managers and funds. Experience comes from wealth management (research and strategy) and direct funds management roles with portfolios in excess of AUD$11bn, operating across all asset classes.

Strategy Summary

The Arminius Capital Global Macro Multi Asset (GMMA) Fund, via its investment in the PKF Arminius Core Fund, invests in a diversified portfolio of global asset classes using a market neutral approach.

The aim of the fund is to provide returns with lower volatility and lower risk compared to a concentrated single market/asset class exposure.

Key Terms

Status: Closed Inception Date: Nov 2016
Strategy: Global Macro Style: N/A
Geography: Global Domicile: Australia
Investors: Retail Min. Investment: AU$ 5,000
Distributions: Annually Applications: Weekly
Fund Size: AU$ 5.25m Management Fee: 1.26%
Manager FUM: AU$ 92.69m Performance Fee: 10.13%

Key Statistics

Fund Index* Fund Index*
Apr 2022: -0.71% 0.24% Sharpe1: -0.52 1.03
1 Year: -2.08% 9.65% Sortino1: -0.67 1.84
3 Years1,2: -1.00% 9.87% Best Month1: 3.47% 4.92%
5 Years1,2: -3.29% 6.28% Worst Month1: -3.93% -3.63%
Inception1,2: -1.92% 6.39% Volatility1,2: 5.13% 5.26%
Up-Capture1: 10% N/A Down-Capture1: 83% N/A
*Barclay Hedge Global Macro Index,   1Since Nov 2016,   2Annualised

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Quintile Ranking vs. Alternatives Peer Group (118 funds) as at

Quintile data is pending for Arminius Capital GMMA Fund.

Quintile Rankings display Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) against the fund's Peer Group. Each green square ranks the fund in one quintile (or 20%) of its peer group - five green squares indicate the fund is in the best quintile for each KPI. The performance of the peer group's underlying index is shown by a red dot.