NAV on 2020/02/24
|NAV on 2020/02/21
|52 week high on 2019/12/17
|52 week low on 2019/08/15
|Total Expense Ratio on 2019/09/30
|Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 2019/09/30
Sanlam Collective Investments
Medium - High
South African--Multi Asset--High Equity
ASISA Category Avg: SA - Multi Asset - High Equity
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Terence joined Element Investment Managers in April 2001 and was appointed as a director and chief investment officer. He has worked in financial services since 1991. Prior to joining Element Investment Managers, Terence qualified as a chartered accountant after completing his articles with Ernst & Young and then worked at Allan Gray Ltd as an equity analyst and portfolio manager. In 1998 he became a director of Taita, a private equity house. At UCT he was awarded: Standard Bank University Scholarship, UCT Entrance Merit Scholarship, was on the Dean's Merit List in 1988 and was awarded the class medal for Business Finance (his Business Science special field) and the class medal for Applied Business Statistics II. Terence has been responsible for the investment process and investment team since joining Element Investment Managers over five years ago.
Jeleze joined Element Investment Managers in 2010 as an investment analyst. Jeleze is part of the Fixed Income and Asset Allocation teams, and she focusses predominantly on fixed income analysis and the applicable trading of related fixed income instruments. Her responsibilities further include analysis of the property sector and technical indicators. Jeleze started her career at ABSA with a focus on operational risk and strategic measures to comply with Basel II regulations. She was then employed by Standard Bank (SCMB), working on market risk methodologies and systems. She moved to London in 2005, where she was part of the Strategic Change Management team at Credit Suisse, focusing on projects that involved global integrated teams facilitating the development and implementation of a new market risk system. She ended her London journey as part of Deloitte Consultancy, engaging in various management projects and leading functional implementation teams. Jeleze returned to South Africa in 2008 and joined Allan Gray in Cape Town as the Fixed Interest Trader.
Element Balanced SCI Fund - Jun 19
The Islamic Balanced Fund realised a total return of 0.2% for the quarter to the end of June 2019, underperforming its benchmark’s (average of Shari’ah General Balanced Funds with a 1-year track) return of 0.6%. This brings the one year performance of the Fund to 7.7% (net of fees) and annualised over the last three years to 8.6% (note that all returns are net of fees).
The main contributor to the underperformance of the fund, for the quarter ended June 2019, was our exposure to both the soft commodity stocks such as Rainbow and Tongaat as well as our exposure to energy-related stocks such as Sasol and Glencore.
The fund’s absolute returns were aided by its allocation to sukuks. Sukuks are shariahcompliant income instruments.
The Element Balanced Fund aims to provide investors with a steady growth of capital and income over the long term while minimising downside risk. The manager aims to do this by investing in an actively managed balanced portfolio. The portfolio complies with the legislation governing retirement funds i.e. Regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act (Act 24 of 1956). Element Investment Managers signed the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) in May 2006. In signing the PRI, we have committed to adopt and implement them where consistent with our fiduciary responsibilities. We believe that this improves our ability to meet commitments to investors as well as better align our investment activities with the broader interests of society. Element Investment Managers is the first South African investment manager to sign the PRI.