-187.34  /  -1.16%

NAV on 2018/10/23

16112.62

NAV on 2018/10/22 16299.96
52 week high on 2017/11/21 22735.65
52 week low on 2018/10/18 15903.73
Total Expense Ratio on 2018/06/30 1.16
Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 0
NAV Incl Dividends
1 month change -10.64% -10.08%
3 month change -15.04% -14.5%
6 month change -15.36% -14.82%
1 year change -23.96% -23.11%
5 year change 4.34% 5.43%
10 year change 15.57% 17.17%
  • Sectoral allocations
Consumer Goods 300.20 24.18%
Consumer Services 517.91 41.72%
Financials 63.30 5.10%
Gilts 11.33 0.91%
Health Care 128.00 10.31%
Industrials 152.07 12.25%
Liquid Assets 2.96 0.24%
Telecommunications 65.56 5.28%
  • Top five holdings
 NASPERS-N 418.26 33.69%
 BATS 135.41 10.91%
 RICHEMONT 98.99 7.97%
 MTN GROUP 65.56 5.28%
 NETCARE 42.00 3.38%
  • Performance against peers
  • Fund data
Management company:
Coronation Fund Managers Ltd.
Formation date:
1998/07/01
ISIN code:
ZAE000019741
Short name:
U-CORIND
Risk:
Unknown
Sector:
South African--Equity--Industrial
Benchmark:
FTSE/JSE Africa Industrial Index
Contact details

Email
clientservices@coronation.com

Website
http://www.coronation.com

Telephone
021-680-2000

  • Fund management
Sarah-Jane Alexander
Sarah-Jane joined the Coronation investment team in 2008 as an equity analyst. Her current responsibilities include co-managing the Coronation Industrial Fund and researching food producers and hospital stocks amongst others. Prior to joining Coronation, she formed part of the investment team at JP Morgan Asset Management in London where she was a European research analyst and then co-manager of their UK Smaller Companies Fund.
Adrian Zetler


  • Fund manager's comment

Coronation Industrial comment - Jun 18

2018/09/17 00:00:00
The fund returned 4.6% for the quarter. Since inception, it has averaged an annualised return of 18% relative to its benchmark return of 15.1%. Over 10 years the fund has averaged a return of 18%, outperforming its benchmark by 1.3% per annum. It has moderately underperformed its benchmark over the past five-year period.
Stocks exposed to the domestic economy came under pressure as the exuberance which had been priced into some of these shares post the elective conference was not supported by near term results - shaking market confidence in the rally. This was confirmed in the weak first quarter GDP figure down - 0.8% year-on-year despite the weak base. The weak economy, together with rising US interest rates and capital flows out of South Africa, led to a sharp sell-off in the rand with the currency depreciating 14% against the US dollar for the quarter.
Performance attributions over the past three years have been boosted by our holdings in Naspers, Mondi, Spar, Pick 'n Pay and Cartrack while our underweight position in MTN also contributed meaningfully to performance. During the quarter, low weightings in domestic stocks like Vodacom, Mr Price, Truworths, Shoprite and Foschini contributed to outperformance.
The fund continues to hold large positions in several of the offshore stocks where valuation is attractive. The tail end of the post-elective conference domestic rally at the start of the quarter provided an opportunity to add further to these names including Naspers, British American Tobacco and AB Inbev. British American Tobacco is now the second largest position in the fund; a growing, globally diversified stock trading at the very attractive valuation of 12x forward PE. The share has derated in line with global staples but this has been amplified by regulatory fears and worries about future drivers. Premiumisation in emerging markets should support higher prices and earnings growth while investment in new generation products should deliver positive organic growth at a group level even while cigarette volumes decline. AB InBev is led by its impressive and adaptive CEO, Carlos Brito, who has presided over a wave of M&A as AB Inbev rose to become the world's largest brewer. Growth wobbles as AB Inbev swallowed its last big deal, SABMiller, led to a derating in the share as investors worried whether the superior scale economics of the global brewing model had petered out. The AB Inbev model is evolving to adopt leading SAB marketing processes (including the category expansion framework) as it focuses on delivering the next leg of top-line growth organically.
Other portfolio activity during the quarter worth mentioning was the exiting of our Mondi position on the back of share price strength and it reaching our assessment of fair value. We used the proceeds to add to our Naspers position during a pullback in its share price earlier in the quarter. We still think Tencent is a fantastic business that will grow earnings strongly in years to come and with Naspers trading at a record discount to its intrinsic net asset value, we think the stock remains very attractively priced. We are also very encouraged by Naspers' management actions around portfolio optimisation.
Markets have had a tumultuous start to the year as the first quarter domestic rally rapidly reversed in the second quarter with a dramatic currency move to boot. As always, valuation remains our beacon in these turbulent times and we have used the volatile price environment to build positions in attractively priced shares.
  • Fund focus and objective
Invests in a broad range of domestic industrial shares.

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