The Supervised Global Income Fund (ARSN 600 244 102) is founded on the philosophy of “conservative opportunism”, and is designed with the objective of minimising capital loss and delivering a positive return in excess of its Benchmark in both rising and falling markets.
The Investment Manager aims to provide returns through investing in a portfolio of debt securities and derivatives, using economic analysis and asset research combined with historic worst case stress testing to search out and discover the lowest risk best reward investment opportunities in the debt market. See more on the fund’s investment philosophy.
The Portfolio Manager, Phil Carden, has specialised in managing and trading all forms of investments in the global debt securities market since 1980.
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