Airlie Australian Share Fund

APIR: MGE9705AU

Manager Summary

Airlie Funds Management is a specialist Australian equities fund manager with an active, value-based investment style that aims to deliver attractive long-term capital growth and regular income to its investors. Airlie was founded in 2012 by John Sevior and David Cooper to predominantly service institutional clients, and was acquired by Magellan Asset Management in early 2018.

Megallan is the Responsible Entity and Investment Manager for the Airlie Australian Share Fund.

Strategy Summary

The Fund aims to provide investors with long-term capital growth and regular income through investment in Australian equities. It is jointly managed by Matt Williams, formerly Head of Equities at Perpetual, and Emma Fisher, who was previously with Fidelity International.

The Fund is long-only with a bottom-up focus. It has a concentrated portfolio of 15-35 stocks with a target of 25. Maximum cash holding is 10% with an aim to be fully invested.

Key Terms

Status: Open Inception Date: Jun 2018
Strategy: Equity Long Style: Blend
Geography: Australia Domicile: Australia
Investors: Retail Min. Investment: AU$ 10,000
Distributions: 6 Monthly Liquidity: Daily
Fund Size: AU$ 336.15m Management Fee: 0.78%
Manager FUM: AU$ 7,000m Performance Fee: N/A

Key Statistics

Fund Index* Fund Index*
May 2022: -4.45% -2.60% Sharpe1: 0.70 0.57
1 Year: 5.55% 4.84% Sortino1: 0.82 0.62
3 Years2: 12.57% 7.85% Best Month: 10.22% 10.21%
5 Years2: N/A N/A Worst Month: -19.12% -20.65%
Inception2: 10.78% 8.65% Volatility1,2: 15.68% 16.02%
Up-Capture1: 106% N/A Down-Capture1: 95% N/A
*ASX 200 Total Return,   1Since Jun 2018,   2Annualised

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Quintile Ranking vs. Equity Long - Large Cap - Australia Peer Group (83 funds) as at April 2022

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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.