Montaka Global Long Only Fund (previously known as Montgomery Global Fund)

ABOUT

Established in July 2015, the Montaka Global Long Only Fund (previously known as Montgomery Global Fund) invests principally in companies listed on major global stock exchanges. The Fund seeks to generate capital growth, income and to outperform the MSCI World Net Total Return Index in Australian Dollars over the medium to long term, net of fees.

Capital preservation will be enhanced by the Fund’s ability to hold up to 30% of the portfolio in cash, and more in extreme circumstances.

Stock selection will focus on identifying high quality businesses with attractive prospects that can be acquired at discounts to intrinsic value. The Fund may suit investors seeking the benefits of a focused portfolio of extraordinary global businesses.

Investing in global growth and income opportunities, the Fund is open to individuals; families, companies and trustees as well as advisers, and self managed super funds, with a minimum initial investment of $25,000.

The price you receive

The Fund is forward priced, you will receive the price struck subsequent to the receipt of your application/redemption.

 

Important Information 31 January 2021

Please be advised that the Fund name changed on 31 January 2021 from Montgomery Global Fund to Montaka Global Long Only Fund. Please note that each registered Fund has a unique identifier which is the ARSN number, which does not change and can be found on the Fund PDS.  The ARSN for this Fund is 604 883 418.

Important Information 5 February 2021

With regard to the Montaka Global Long Only Fund issued by Fundhost Limited (ABN 69 092 517 087) (AFSL 233045) under the PDS dated 31 January 2021, Fundhost would like to advise of a name change for the Investment Manager from MGIM PTY LTD to Montaka Global Pty Ltd. This represents a name change only, the company and investment team remains the same.

The purpose of this notice is to provide updated information pursuant to ASIC Class Order 03/237 which is not materially adverse to investors in the fund under the PDS. While this change is not considered to be materially adverse to investors, it should be taken into account when making a decision to invest under the PDS.