The Mason Stevens ASX 20 Managed Portfolio is an equally-weighted portfolio of the 20 largest shares by market capitalisation listed on the on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as determined by the S&P/ASX 20 Index.
The investment objective of the Mason Stevens ASX 20 Managed Portfolio is to provide investors with a pre-tax return that approximates the S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index before management fees.
|Investment Objective||Aims to provide a pre-tax return that approximates the S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index (before management fees)|
|Benchmark||S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index|
|Number of investments||19-21 (as noted)|
|Minimum individual security weighting||2%|
|Minimum initial investment||A$20,000|
|Suggested investment timeframe||3+ years|
|Meet the Managers||Vincent Hua >||Availability||Mason Stevens Investment Service
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A solution for investors seeking:
A diversified option covering a variety of industries targeting exposure across Australia’s largest capitalised companies.
A cost-effective alternative solution to ETFs.
Provides equally weighted exposure to the top 20 largest companies of the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), which covers almost half of the Australian share market.
A diversified portfolio covering a variety of industries including financials, healthcare, materials, consumer discretionary, real estate, telecommunications and more.
A passively managed portfolio, with rebalancing conducted semi-annually (January & July). Dividends received are reinvested regularly. In some cases, the Managed Portfolio may hold securities drawn from outside the S&P/ASX 20 or may hold less than 20 securities for a short time (as index inclusion may change throughout any given period).
Before you make an investment decision, it is important that you understand the risks that can affect your investment being able to meet its objective or retain value.
The risks that may impact the Managed Portfolio include, but are not limited to factors such as market risk and company or security specific risk.
Please refer to the Investment Mandate for a full list of potential risks linked to the portfolio.
Growth of $100,000 since inception (31-Jan-2011)
Fund Breakdown at 30/09/2020
|1 month||3 months||6 months||1 year||3 years||5 years||Since inception|
- 9.8%Consumer Discretionary
- 4.9%Health Care
- 9.8%Real Estate
- 4.9%Communication Services
- 4.9%Consumer Staples
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Meet our Asset Management Team
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Managing Director, Private Investments
David joined Mason Stevens in 2011. He works with single and multi-family offices and private high net worth investors. His consultative approach enables his clients to make investment decisions based on insight, trust and intelligence. With more than 25 years’ finance experience, David has held senior executive roles within St George Private Clients, ANZ Private and ANZ Investment Bank. He holds a Masters of Business Banking and Finance and Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance from Monash University.