Access 'unrecognised growth' in global small-caps with new Ausbil fund
Invest in Ausbil Global SmallCap Fund via mFund code: AXW09
- A universe of small-caps across 23 developed markets
- Compound growth potential selected from a pool of over 4,300 global small-caps
- Uncorrelated exposure for additional portfolio diversification
- An ESG-inclusive investment process adds additional risk-reduction benefits
Invest early in a high-conviction, global small-caps portfolio with unrecognised growth potential. Ausbil’s Global SmallCap Fund (Fund) offers investors access to a portfolio of small-caps selected from a universe of over 4,300 companies across 23 developed markets. The Fund aims to outperform the MSCI World Small Cap Net Total Return (TR) Index in AUD over the long term.
Ausbil’s active global small-cap investment process aims to exploit the inefficiencies within the asset class by investing in quality companies with unrecognised growth potential at attractive valuations. Small-caps can remain unrecognised by investors for long periods of time, regardless of how profitable, largely because research analysts typically focus on mid to large-cap equities.
Ausbil’s process applies institutional proprietary research, scrutiny and due-diligence to finding and selecting small-caps with unrecognised potential before they are re-rated by the market. Our investment process applies robust qualitative and quantitative analysis tools, with disciplined risk management, with the aim of producing consistent and risk-controlled outperformance. We take a four-stage fundamental approach to analysing these opportunities, including: macroeconomic assessment; regional and sector analysis; stock selection on fundamental analysis incorporating ESG; and risk-optimised portfolio construction.
Ausbil employs an investment approach focusing on quality and unrecognised growth, based on the belief that earnings, and earnings revisions, are the fundamental drivers of stock prices. We seek to identify earnings changes and trends ahead of the market in our process. Ausbil’s active investment approach aims to exploit inefficiencies across the market, across the cycle, and in all market conditions with the aim of producing consistent and risk-controlled outperformance. ESG factors are an essential aspect of Ausbil’s investment approach: in identifying opportunities; and in the pre-emptive identification and screening of risks.
Ausbil Investment Management Limited is a leading Australian investment manager. Established in April 1997, Ausbil’s core business is the management of Australian equities for major superannuation funds, institutional investors, master trust and retail clients. Ausbil is owned by its employees and New York Life Investment Management (NYLIM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company.
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