NAV on 2019/01/15
|NAV on 2019/01/14
|52 week high on 2018/01/25
|52 week low on 2018/12/10
|Total Expense Ratio on 2018/09/30
|Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 2018/09/30
Old Mutual Unit Trust Managers (RF) (Pty) Ltd.
FTSE/JSE Capped Shareholder Weighted All Share Index (J433)
Kingsley is the Chief Investment Officer for local and international fund management. He joined OMGxT in March 2008 as a fund manager and is responsible for the overall fund management process and the performance of the funds. He is also a member of the OMGxT Executive Committee.
Kingsley has served in various capacities within the business, from daily fund management responsibilities to Head of Research and Product Development. Prior to joining OMGxT, Kingsley was a business and quantitative analyst at Stanlib Asset Management from 2004 – 2007. Kingsley began his career in 2000 with Merrill Lynch and has 15 years of investment related work experience.
Old Mutual Capped Swix Index comment - Sept 18
The Old Mutual Capped SWIX Index Fund tracks the FTSE/JSE Capped Shareholder Weighted Index (SWIX) and its holdings replicate the constituents that make up this benchmark. At month-end, the benchmark sector allocation was as follows: Sector
Weight % Financials
37.26 Consumer Discretionary
19.45 Consumer Staples
12.44 Telecommunication Services
3.27 Energy and Utilities
0.87 Information Technology
Cash exposure is kept as low as possible to give investors the full benefit of being invested in equities. Investment flows are matched with the corresponding market transactions on a daily basis to ensure that the performance of the fund is in line with its benchmark. Futures contracts are used, when appropriate, to minimise trading costs and gain exposure to equities.
Long-term investors choose this fund because they are looking for a pure equity fund and are cost-conscious. Investors seeking consistency can use this fund as their core portfolio strategy and assign smaller portions to other investment vehicles that aim to outperform the market. The FTSE/JSE Capped SWIX decreased by 4.23% for the month of September 2018. The basic materials and technology sectors were up the most for the quarter, appreciating by 5.22% and 10.43% respectively, while healthcare was down by 20.42% for this period. The FTSE/JSE Capped SWIX decreased by 1.65% over the quarter and was up 0.39% over a one year period. The fund rebalances once every quarter in line with the index. There were three constituent additions to the index and four constituent deletions. The rebalanced index is effective as at open on Tuesday 25 September 2018. Some of the top individual stock performers in the index for the quarter ending June 2018 were Stein NV, ArcelorMittal and Impala Platinum, increasing by 78.3%, 53.8% and 35.8% respectively. Some of the main detractors were Blue Label Telecoms, Aspen and Gold Fields, which were down 49.6%, 34.4% and 30.8% respectively.
The investment objective is to provide investors with a cost-efficient investment medium with a long term growth of capital investment objective which tracks the performance of the FTSE/JSE Capped Shareholder Weighted All Share Index (J433), referred to as the Capped SWIX.