How the Fund works
The AMP Capital Australian Emerging Companies Fund invests in small companies (outside S&P/ASX 100 Index) that we believe can deliver medium-term earnings growth. In our opinion, these companies are currently underappreciated by the share market.
The Fund’s strategy is driven by an ‘earnings drive share prices’ investment philosophy and that sustainability influences a company’s long-term value. As a result, the team are able to create a portfolio of compelling high conviction ideas for investors.
We focus on a company’s medium-term earnings delivery as it’s a significant driver of share price performance.
Integral to the investment process, we believe sustainability influences a company’s long-term value.
Dedicated emerging companies expertise with the backing of a large investment
house and access to its research and investment platform.
“We invest in undervalued companies where we have conviction on medium-term earnings delivery that are supported by sustainable business models”Phillip Hudak, Portfolio Manager
“We are driven by discovering undervalued Australian small companies with idiosyncratic exposures – this is our passion. Building long-term wealth for our clients is our vocation”Matt Griffin, Portfolio Manager
What are the key risks associated with the fund?
Returns are not guaranteed. Australian shares carry a higher level of short-term risk, particularly if you do not hold your investment for the minimum suggested investment timeframe. Risks associated with the Fund may include the specific risks relating to companies generally and small companies specifically, and relating to share market investments and companies risks. Please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement and Incorporated Information for further information on the risks associated with this Fund. Before choosing to invest in the Fund, investors should read the Product Disclosure Statement and Incorporated Information, and consider factors such as the likely investment return, the risks of investing and their investment.