-5.82  /  -0.26%

2269.32

NAV on 2020/10/30
NAV on 2020/10/29 2275.14
52 week high on 2020/08/06 2477.59
52 week low on 2019/12/02 2078.02
Total Expense Ratio on 2020/06/30 2.31
Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 2020/06/30 0.83
NAV
Incl Dividends
1 month change -3.06% -3.06%
3 month change -4.46% -3.77%
6 month change 0.89% 1.62%
1 year change 7.72% 8.49%
5 year change 2.3% 4.36%
10 year change 8.61% 10.26%
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  • Sectoral allocations
Basic Materials 90.36 11.24%
Financials 14.56 1.81%
General Equity 18.92 2.35%
Liquid Assets 442.30 55.01%
Offshore 237.84 29.58%
  • Top five holdings
GOVTISSUPAPER 382.73 47.6%
BASICMATERIAL 90.36 11.24%
TOTDOMMONMKT 53.04 6.6%
DOMESTICFUNDE 18.92 2.35%
DOMESTICFUNDR 14.56 1.81%
  • Performance against peers
  • Fund data  
Management company:
Rezco Collective Investments Limited
Formation date:
2010/08/02
ISIN code:
ZAE000147682
Short name:
U-REZPRUD
Risk:
Unknown
Sector:
South African--Multi Asset--High Equity
Benchmark:
Weighted Average of the ASISA SA Multi Asset High Equity
Email
info@rezco.co.za

Website
http://www.rezco.co.za

Telephone
0861-739-468

  • Fund management  
Rob Spanjaard
Rob is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Rezco Asset Management, a position that he has held since 2004. Since then, Rezco has achieved a market-leading investment track record and won seven best fund awards in major categories.Rob graduated from UCT with a B.Com and CTA , and won the national Financial Mail reader stock picking competition as a student before passing the Chartered Accountants Board Exam. He then worked as a portfolio manager for Momentum Life. Rob left to co-lead a private equity deal that involved purchasing the assets of a bankrupt company. As CEO, Rob grew the turnover and profits by a compound 25% per annum for 15 years. When Rob and his consortium exited in 2005, Sovereign Foods was the most profitable South African company in its industry.Rob's lifelong fascination with markets and investing has refined investing principals that he has infused into the Rezco team, to create a culture of innovative investment thinking.
Simon Sylvester
Simon worked previously in roles at Deutsche Bank (London), Cogito Capital and Discovery Invest. Simon qualified from UKZN with a B.Bus Sci (Finance Honours), and holds the CFA and CIPM designations.Simon, as Head of Research, has a keen interest in how to incorporate new technologies with behavioural finance and traditional investing to build a highly focused, alpha generating research capacity at Rezco. As Co-Portfolio Manager, Simon works closely with Rob in order to generate exceptional risk-adjusted returns for Rezco’s clients. Simon has filled these roles at Rezco since the end of 2017.


  • Fund manager's comment

Rezco Prudential comment - Dec 11

2012/02/22 00:00:00
We believe that the Joint ECB, FED action of last week was extremely significant. It amounted to stealth Quantitative Easing for Europe. This should continue to drive the market higher but expect volatility. The market result is the probability that the end of this year and the first quarter of 2012 will look similar to 2010.
In our note last week we indicated the high likelihood of some ECB action to lower the temperature of the crisis.
The significance of the joint action taken by the Fed and the ECB last week is easy to miss. The swop between the two central banks amounts to an expansion of the Central Banks balance sheets and is therefore Quantitative Easing.
The Euro crisis had two distinct elements to it.
The first was the much publicized sovereign debt squeeze, particularly on Spain and Italy.
The second dimension was the severe strain to the normal functioning of the European credit markets.
o Banks were not wanting to lend to each other or anyone else for that matter. European banks as of last week had parked $ 300 billion at the ECB.
o Banks were having trouble funding dollar assets. Investors particularly, US money market funds, preferred to park their funds in US Treasuries and had lost their appetite for European Banks.
o EU banks ability to issue uncovered bonds has all but dried up.
This second dimension was in our opinion far more serious in that it was starting to drive the real economy towards recession and could easily have evolved into a 2008 type of banking crisis.
The SWOP arranged last week is an elegant solution giving the ECB a tool to keep the pressure on the delinquent governments to act, but at the same time to take the pressure off the banks and thereby the real economy.
The ECB meets this Thursday and we expect further material action to reduce the pressure on the banking system and the real economy.
We expect this stealth Quantitative Easing to ensure a rally in risk assets through the year end and flowing into the first quarter of next year.
  • Fund focus and objective  
The Rezco Managed Plus fund is actively managed to comply with the investment limits governing retirement funds, as it complies with Regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act. The fund is therefore suitable to form part of an investment portfolio for investors in retirement annuities, pension funds, preservation funds and provident funds. The fund invests in a combination of shares, bonds and cash. The share weighting in the portfolio may not exceed 75% of the fund's portfolio, while exposure to foreign assets (excluding Africa) is limited to 25%. Meticulous, concentrated share selection enables the Rezco Managed Plus Fund to be less correlated to the overall market and enables the fund to generate superior performance for investors. Our stock selection strategy focuses on international and domestic companies with strong earnings growth records, sustainable revenue streams and relatively low borrowings. By identifying companies which combine these features, Rezco is able to undertake in-depth research required to select new shares for the portfolio which can achieve a secure balance between risk and growth.
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