Prudential Namibian Balanced Fund

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Who Should Invest

This medium-risk fund is ideal for investors who want steady long-term growth of their capital and income from a diverse portfolio of actively managed Namibian and global assets. The fund is suitable for building up long-term retirement capital and is managed to comply with regulations governing retirement fund investments in Namibia. The recommended investment horizon is five years or longer.

RISK PROFILE

Medium Risk

Investment Objective

This funds aims to achieve steady long-term growth of capital and income by investing in a diversified combination of domestic and international assets, where the asset allocation is actively managed in the short term.

  • MEDIUM RISK
  • LONG TERM
  • LONG-TERM GROWTH

Details

Performance

All returns quoted are A-Class after fees and charges

Min Lump Sum

Investor Class (A): N$10 000

Min Debit Order

Investor Class (A): N$500 pm

Morningstar Category

Moderate Allocation

Benchmark

Namibian Peer Group Average

Inception Date

01 August 2008

Income Distribution

Distributed bi-annually

Prices

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Fees

Initial fees (excl. VAT):

No initial fees are charged

Annual management fees (excl. VAT):

Investor Class (A): 1.25%

Additional underlying foreign fund fees are dependent on the fund

  • FUND RETURN

  • BENCHMARK RETURN

  • OUTPERFORMANCE

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Fund Management Approach

This fund uses an active global asset allocation strategy and superior stock selection through a long-term valuation-based approach to beat its benchmark, with controlled risk exposure. The intended maximum limit for Equity is 75% of the fund.

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