Russell Investments Global Listed Infrastructure Fund - Hedged - Class A
The portfolio invests in the shares of companies that own and/or operate infrastructure assets. These assets are facilities that provide services that are essential for a functioning economy, and may include transportation, energy, water, social and communications infrastructure.
|Russell Investments Global Listed Infrastructure Fund - Hedged|
|Cohen & Steers||15|
|Colonial First State||35|
|Maple-Brown Abbott Limited||15|
|As at 26/04/2019|
|As at 31/03/2019|
|Inception Date||1 Month||3 Months||1 Year||3 Years||5 Years||Since Inception|
|Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Performance is net of fees and charges. Performance for periods longer than 1 year are annualised. This information has been prepared for the purpose of providing general information, without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before making an investment decision, you need to consider whether this information is appropriate to your objectives, financial situation or needs. Please consult your financial adviser. This information has been compiled from sources considered to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. Any potential investor should consider the relevant PDS in deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold units in a fund.
|Assets under management||$291,377,693(As at 22/04/2019)|
|Fund inception||28th September 2009|
|Minimum Investment timeframe||7 years|
|Investment return objective||To provide a total return, before costs and tax, higher than the Fund’s benchmark over the long term by providing exposure to a diversified portfolio of predominantly global listed infrastructure securities, largely hedged into Australian dollars.|
|Investment strategy||The Fund invests predominantly in infrastructure and infrastructure related securities listed on stock exchanges in developed and emerging markets. The Fund may also invest in unlisted securities on a limited basis. Foreign currency exposures are largely hedged back to Australian dollars.|