ASCF High Yield Fund

Performance Summary as at March 2024

The ASCF High Yield Fund has a track record of 7 years and 1 month and has outperformed the Bloomberg AusBond Composite 0+ Yr benchmark since inception in March 2017, providing investors with an annualised return of 8.17% compared with the benchmark's return of 1.63% over the same period.

On a calendar year basis, the fund hasn't experienced any negative annual returns in the 7 years and 1 month since its inception. Since inception in March 2017, the fund hasn't had any negative monthly returns and therefore hasn't experienced a drawdown. Over the same period, the index's largest drawdown was -13.2%.

The Manager has delivered these returns with 4.44% less volatility than the benchmark, contributing to a Sharpe ratio which has consistently remained above 1 over the past five years and which currently sits at 10.67 since inception. The fund has provided positive monthly returns 100% of the time in rising markets and 100% of the time during periods of market decline, contributing to an up-capture ratio since inception of 62% and a down-capture ratio of -72%.

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ASCF High Yield Fund - Cumulative Performance vs Bloomberg AusBond Composite 0+ Yr Index

 

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General Notes

Performance shown is the aggregate return for all investors across all investment terms (3, 6, 12 and 24 months). Redemption notice is 1-3 months depending on investment term.

Quintile Ranking vs. Fixed Income - Debt as at March 2024

The performance of the ASCF High Yield Fund ranked it in the first or second quintile for all KPIs over 5 & 7 years. Over 3 years the fund ranked in the first or second quintile for all KPIs except Sharpe, while it ranked in the first quintile for all KPIs except Total Return over 1 year.

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ASCF High Yield Fund
RBA Cash Rate + 5%
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.