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Old Mutual Interest Plus Fund | South African–Interest Bearing–Short Term
2.0140    +0.0002    (+0.010%)
NAV price (ZAR) Fri 3 Dec 2021 (change prev day)
<i><b>  Performance</b></i><hr/>This gauge shows the decile position of the fund against 93 Rand-denominated South African--Interest Bearing--Short Term funds over the last three years (needle right indicates above average performance)
<i><b>  Size</b></i><hr/>This gauge shows the size of the fund against all Rand-denominated retail funds (needle right indicates a large fund, needle left a small fund)
<i><b>  Diversification</b></i><hr/>This gauge shows the level of diversification relative to other funds in the same second-tier (interest bearing) category (needle right indicates a well-diversified fund)
<i><b>  Risk</b></i><hr/>This gauge shows the fund's level of historical risk relative to other funds in the South African--Interest Bearing--Short Term sector based on 3-year volatility (needle right indicates lower risk within the sector)
Fund Performance
   3 Months 6 Months 1 Year 3 Years 5 Years
Period    Return %Growth of R1 000
* Not annualised
Key Facts and Fund Objective
Key Facts
Formation Date 3 Oct 2011
Fund Size (ZAR) 1 870 148 510
Latest Price 2.01
Total Expense Ratio (30/09) 0.65%
Minimum InvestmentR10 000
TTM Distribution Yield 3.97%
Fund Objective
The Old Mutual Interest Plus Fund shall be a portfolio predominantly investing in interest yielding securities.The investment objective of the portfolio is to maximise the level of income achieved within the restrictions set out in the investment policy, whilst providing maximum capital stability. The portfolio will aim to deliver returns in excess of money market yields and current account yields. In order to achieve the portfolio's investment objectives, the Old Mutual Interest Plus Fund will, apart from limited exposure to equity securities, be permitted to invest in a flexible mix of predominantly interest yielding securities, including but not limited to bonds, fixed deposits, listed debentures, preference shares, money market instruments such as negotiable certificates of deposit, bankers' acceptances, debentures, treasury bills, floating rate notes and call accounts, and other high yielding securities, as well as any other income instruments which may be approved by the Registrar from time to time, both locally and abroad, thereby generating income, whilst preserving capital....Read more
Asset Classes and Holdings
 SA Equities0.00%  
 Foreign Equities0.00%  
 SA Bonds40.20%  
 Foreign Bonds0.00%  
 SA Property0.00%  
 Foreign Property0.00%  
 SA Cash59.80%  
 Foreign Cash0.00%  
Top Holdings as at 30 Sep 2021
SecurityUnitsValue (Rm)% of Fund
CASH 0 200.8210.78%
MM-09MONTH 0 142.717.66%
MM-07MONTH 0 140.537.55%
MM-03MONTH 0 96.195.16%
BONDS 0 91.944.94%
MM-04MONTH 0 77.744.17%
MM-05MONTH 0 75.814.07%
FRJ22 64 300 000 64.573.47%
MM-08MONTH 0 61.223.29%
DVFB30 60 300 000 60.413.24%
Totals  1 011.9654.33%
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