Managed Funds - Global Deep Green Trust
Established on 31 October 2007, the Hunter Hall Global Deep Green Trust (GDG) is principally invested in an ethically screened global portfolio in enterprises which we consider make a positive impact on the wellbeing of humans, animals and the environment. The objective of the GDG is to increase the wealth of its investors by substantially outperforming global stockmarkets, benchmarked by the MSCI World Total Return Index, Net Dividends Reinvested, in Australian Dollars (MSCI World), over the long term without incurring significant risk to capital.
To increase the wealth of its investors by substantially outperforming global stockmarkets, benchmarked by the MSCI World Total Return Index, Net Dividends Reinvested, in Australian Dollars (MSCI World), over the long term without incurring significant risk to capital
Global (includes Australia and New Zealand)
Recommended Investment Time Frame
Minimum Initial Investment
4% of which all may be rebated.
15% of any return greater than the MSCI World, payable half yearly
1.99% (excluding performance fee)
1.99% (including performance fee)
Yes - minimum $200 per month
Yes – up to 100% of the foreign currency exposure may be hedged primarily through short to medium term forward contracts
1. Distributions are only payable when there is net income to distribute.
2. The Management Expense Ratio (MER) is a measurement of costs incurred by an investor who invests in an unlisted Managed Investment Scheme that would not be incurred by an investor who invests directly in the same assets as held by the Scheme. The MERs shown are based on unaudited financial statements. The Indirect Cost Ratio (ICR) measures the costs of managing the Funds' investments that are not deducted directly from an investors account, including investment-related legal costs, management and performance fees paid to the investment manager, custody fees and the net effect of any GST. For the Hunter Hall Funds the ICR equates to the Total MER.
Performance as at 30/04/2013
Since inception (31.10.2007)
MSCI World refers to the MSCI World Total Return Index, Net Dividend Reinvested, in A$. Investment returns have been calculated in accordance with normal industry practice utilising movements in unit price and assuming reinvestment of all distribution of income and realised profits. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance and no guarantee of future return is implied. Source: Hunter Hall.
Relative Performance Since Inception
The following chart illustrates the value of a net investment of $10,000 in the GDG since its inception on 31 October 2007, compared to a net investment of $10,000 in the MSCI World. The GDG figure is net of fees including, but not limited to, the management fee of 1.6% per annum and the 15% performance fee.
'MSCI World' refers to the MSCI World Total Return Index, Net Dividends Reinvested, in A$. All returns are on a pre-tax basis. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. Source: Hunter Hall, Bloomberg.
Financial Year End Returns
Global Deep Green Trust (% per annum)
Financial YTD 2013
Year to June 2012
Year to June 2011
Year to June 2010
Year to June 2009
8 Months to June 2008
Top Ten Holdings at 30/04/2013
% of Net Assets
at Market Value
liver cancer treatments
China Hong Kong
The net income of the Fund is distributed to unitholders as soon as practicable after each 30 June and 31 December.
Income distributions can be reinvested in additional units, deposited directly to a nominated bank account or mailed by cheque.
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Cash per Unit
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Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA) 1
(awarded to Hunter Hall)
Money Management Lonsec Fund Manager of the Year Awards
Best International Small Cap Shares
(awarded to Hunter Hall)
AFR Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards 2010
1 Hunter Hall has been certified by RIAA according to the strict disclosure practices required under the Responsible Investment Certification Program. See www.responsibleinvestment.org for details.