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14.37  /  1.14%


NAV on 2021/07/23
NAV on 2021/07/22 1250.37
52 week high on 2021/07/12 1335.62
52 week low on 2020/10/30 852
Total Expense Ratio on 2021/03/31 1.3
Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 2021/03/31 0
Incl Dividends
1 month change -0.9% 0.54%
3 month change -0.31% 1.15%
6 month change 19.09% 21.29%
1 year change 17.87% 21.96%
5 year change -9.6% -4.72%
10 year change 0% 0%
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  • Sectoral allocations
Fixed Interest 63.67 2.63%
Liquid Assets 90.22 3.72%
Real Estate 2270.25 93.65%
  • Top five holdings
 GROWPNT 363.83 15.01%
 NEPIROCK 331.14 13.66%
 REDEFINE 227.57 9.39%
 RESILIENT 181.36 7.48%
 EQUITES 140.73 5.81%
  • Performance against peers
  • Fund data  
Management company:
Boutique Collective Investments (RF) (Pty) Ltd.
Formation date:
ISIN code:
Short name:
South African--Real Estate--General



  • Fund management  
Evan Jankelowitz
Mohamed Kalla
Kundayi Munzara

  • Fund manager's comment

Sesfikile BCI Property Comment - Dec. 19

2020/01/28 00:00:00
Listed property pulled lower in December (ALPI: -1.6%), taking the annual otal return for the calendar year into the red at -0.4%. The property sector was consistently out of facvour through the year as it almost systematically underperformed both bonds and wquities quarter-on-quarter.
Investors remained concerned with the growth outlook, ignoring the robust core earnings growth reported by heavyweights Redefine, Equities, Investec and Vukile, as well as steady bond yields and they stronger currency into year end.The sector is still somewhat tainted by the bad press in 2018 where aggressive finance structures were put under the microscope and forced to unwind to conform with a more prudent practive. The sector has come a long way to unwind unsustainable earnings from the distribution base and looks to adopt the SA RETIT's BEST PRACTICE RECOMMENDATION (BPR) document, which will be effecive as at 1 January 2020.
Ultimately investors remained risk averse with December. The results season was generally more upbeat relative to expectations; primarily from Redefine, Investec, Vukile and Equities, but this failed to inspire any real confidence. While bonds were initially weaker through the quarter, yields dropped sharply in December as an interim deal between the US and China, further gains in the gold price and improved demand for riskier emerging market debt all provided support. Th UK elections also delivered a market friendly outcome as a majority for the Conservatives resulted in a rally in Brithish assets and the sterling, although this was short-lived as the parliament oted to exted the 'transition period' for Brexit steering the country toward a harder Brexit.
2020 will no doubt be another volatile year, ith global tensions and possible wars, be it trade or other. The global growth outlook is still muted and should see bond yields remain low and supportive to property prices. Locally we have the issue of Eskom and Moody's'however Eskom remains key as the root cause of the potential Moody's downgrade (which the market has started to come to terms with) amongst other tribulations. while we are unlikely to call all variables, our besst estimates have led us to a total return for the calendar year of circa 7.5% of whivh aroung 9% is distribution and the balces - 1.6% being a capital decline.
  • Fund focus and objective  
The Sesfikile Boutique Collective Investments Property Fund is a portfolio which aims to deliver both a high income yield as well as capital growth over the medium to long term. Our objective is to deliver total returns (consisting of income and capital) that outperform the FTSE/JSE Listed Property index ('SAPY Index') over a 3 to 5 year investment horizon. The fund is suitable for investors who are looking for a viable property component to a balanced portfolio; or alternatively an investor looking for a growing income stream, but is willing to be exposed to an element of capital volatility.

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