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SEGREGATED DISCRETIONARY PORTFOLIO Fund Characteristics and Objectives
The Investec Large Bank Dividend Portfolio invests in JSE-listed preference share
Investec Large Bank instruments of the five largest South African banks (Tier 1 preference shares) as
Dividend Portfolio
ranked by market capitalisation, whose instruments are referenced to short-term
interest rates. The portfolio maybe fully invested in these preference shares, but
may hold cash or near cash when appropriate.
? The portfolio aims to optimise after-tax income yield in the form of dividend
income available from listed preference shares. The portfolio has a secondary
FUND OVERVIEW return objective of generating capital gains over the longer term. Some
interest income may be generated if the portfolio is holding cash and money
market instruments.
Portfolio Manager
Investec Wealth & Investment ? Management of the portfolio incorporates a "top-down" view of domestic
and international short term interest rates, and a "bottom-up" process which
Fund Information
include active decisions on credit spreads, liquidity spreads, yields, currency
and instrument selection.
Inception Date: 1 October 2009
Benchmark: Alexander Forbes STeFI Call
Deposit Index (adjusted for
maximum individual tax rate)
Fund Size: R981 million
Gross Portfolio Yield:1 5.84%
Base Currency: South African Rand
Minimum Investment: R1 000 000
Management Fee: 0.80% pa quarterly in arrears
(excl. VAT) (a minimum fee
applies R8 000)
Trading Terms: On notice, subject to JSE liquidity
and instrument dealing terms
1 Before Dividend Withholding TAX (DWT)
Risk Profile
Investment Categories
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DOMESTIC Gross Effective Yield
Investec Large Bank
Dividend Portfolio
Source: Investec Wealth & Investment and Bloomberg
Performance (net of fees)
3 months 1 year 2 years2 3 years2 5 years2 7 years2 10 years2 inception2
Investec Large Bank Dividend Portfolio
(Net of DWT)
17.9% 40.0% 9.9% 11.9% 8.7% 8.5% 5.9% 7.1%
Alexander Forbes STeFI Call Deposit
Index (adjusted for maximum individual
0.5% 1.9% 2.2% 2.7% 3.1% 3.2% 3.2% 3.2%
tax rate)
2 Annualised
? The above portfolio returns are net of all transaction costs (brokerage) and management fees, and based on composite portfolio returns until 31 December 2012. Seeded portfolio returns have
subsequently been used for performance calculations.
? The benchmark was changed in Q3 2012 from the FTSE/JSE Preference Share Index to the current benchmark because the investment universe for the portfolio excludes all Tier 2 preference
shares, which makes up a large portion of the FTSE/JSE Preference Share Index.
? Alexander Forbes STeFI Call Deposit Index is a cash index.
? DWT???(Dividends Withholding Tax)
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