Profile's FundsDataOnline
Google
 
Quick Fund Switch See this page on the new FundsData beta
E-mail     Print
Kagiso Top 40 Tracker Fund Summary Fact Sheet
South African--Equity--Large Cap

 
Technical Overview
Formation Date: 1 Aug 1997
Holdings: 44
Original Price: 1000
Pricing System: Forward
 
Price (R - Class)
 
Management
Aslam Dalvi
Aslam graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2000 with a BBusSc. He started his career as an analyst with Coronation Fund Managers in 2001 and joined Kagiso Asset Management in 2004. He is currently a senior investment analyst and portfolio manager.


Kagiso Asset Management

Kagiso Asset Management was established in 2001 as a (51%:49%) joint venture between the Kagiso Group and Coronation Fund Managers. In 2005 Coronation Fund Managers exited our business and Kagiso Asset Management and staff bought 30%. Independent administration and infrastructure was installed in 2006 and full operational independence from Coronation was established.


On 1 October 2010, Kagiso launched its own unit trust management company, Kagiso Collective Investments Limited. Kagiso Collective Investments Limited is a subsidiary of Kagiso Asset Management. The Kagiso unit trust range is offered by Kagiso Collective Investments Limited.

In 2011, management and staff increased their shareholding in Kagiso Asset Management to 49.9%.
 
Ranking
Sector: South African-Equity-Large Cap
Fund Size: R127 071 735 (as at 31 Mar 2021)
Sector Rank: 10 out of 21
(lump sum over 1 years to 31 May 2021)
Overall Rank: 160 out of 1324
(lump sum over 1 years to 31 May 2021)
R1000 invested on 31 May 2020 was worth R1 352.58 on 31 May 2021 (35.26% annual compound return)
R100 per month since 31 May 2020 was worth R1 409.18 on 31 May 2021 (29.38% annual return compounded monthly)
 
Please note that domestic fund performance figures are calculated on a NAV-NAV basis including dividends reinvested on the reinvestment date, ETFs are reinvested on the ex-div date.
   
Focus and Objective
The Kagiso Top 40 Tracker Fund is a specialist equity fund which is designed to replicate the performance of the top 40 shares of the FTSE/JSE Africa Top 40 index over time. The share portfolio is a selection of financially sound ordinary shares as indicated in the All Share Index. The fund manager aims to track the movements and replicate the performance of the FTSE/JSE Africa Top 40 index over time by investing in the correct ratios, weightings and proportions of the top 40 shares. The fund manager also uses derivatives to take advantage of undervalued shares and uses efficient trading strategies to minimise fund costs. This fund has no capacity for offshore exposure.
 
Latest Fund Manager Comment / News
Kagiso Top 40 Tracker comment - Sep 17
Meaningful and synchronized improvement in global growth has continued this quarter.  ...more
 
News Archive
Click here for complete news archive for this fund.
 
Top Holdings on 31 Mar 2021
Share No Units Value (Rm) % of Fund
NASPERS-N 6 187 21.80 17.16%
BHP 30 938 13.19 10.38%
ANGLO 18 093 10.70 8.42%
RICHEMONT 74 688 10.60 8.34%
FIRSTRAND 71 834 3.79 2.99%
Totals   60.08 47.28%
 
Comparative Performance
 
Portfolio Structure as at 31 Mar 2021
Click here for complete portfolio for this fund.
 
Dividend Data
Click here for Dividend History for this fund.
 
Fees and Charges
Click here for fees and charges for this fund.
 
Sectoral Information
Click here for Sectoral Information for this fund.
 


Follow us on:


Profile Group (Pty) Ltd. has taken care in preparing all information on this website, but does not accept any liability for errors or out-of-date information.
Other Profile Group sites: ShareData Online (stock market data) | Profile's Financial Markets | Profile Group corporate site
Terms of Use |  Privacy Policy |  PAIA manual |  Site Map |  Powered by ProfileData |  © Copyright Reserved 2021  ]
   Disclaimer: Profile Media (Pty) Ltd has taken care in preparing all information on this website, but does not accept any liability for errors or out-of-date information. © Copyright Reserved 2021