Renaissance Wealth Management (UK) Limited in partnership with Prime Investments ICC Limited, is authorised to promote the Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited and the Renaissance Global Flexible Fund IC Limited. Both funds are registered and regulated in Guernsey. The Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited is also approved and regulated by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa.
For more information on the structure of these funds, please see the Prime Investments ICC Limited Prospectus.
Renaissance Global Flexible Fund IC Limited:
The Renaissance Global Flexible Fund IC Limited is a multi-asset fund that invests predominantly in equities and equity focused collective investment schemes with an emphasis on capital growth. The Fund may also invest into a range of growth asset classes and derivative instruments; hence some degree of volatility is to be expected. The Fund aims for a return in excess of the Morningstar EAA OE USD Aggressive Allocation fund category over the medium to long term (3 to 5 years).
The Fund aims to achieve its investment objective by investing primarily in participatory interest of underlying portfolios of collective investment schemes or other similar schemes that primarily provide exposure to equity investments and other growth asset classes across all market sectors.
The Fund may also invest in a broad range of asset classes including, global equities, exchange traded funds, alternatives, property, commodities, corporate and government bonds, money market instruments, cash and near cash. The Flexible asset allocation model will however mean that some of the aforementioned asset classes may not exist in the investment portfolio at all times. The Fund may also invest in forward foreign currency exchange contracts and other derivatives (such as futures and options) for efficient portfolio management and for investment purposes.
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