FUNDS

 

Local Fund

Renaissance has partnered with Prime Investments to establish the following South African approved and regulated feeder fund:


Prime Renaissance Global Best Ideas Feeder Fund

The objective of the Fund is to generate long-term capital growth and offer investors offshore diversification and exposure to global markets.

The portfolio will, apart from assets in liquid from, invest solely in participatory interests in the Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited, established under the Prime Investments ICC scheme.

The underlying portfolio invests globally, primarily via other collective investment schemes, in a wide range of asset classes including cash, fixed income, equities, property and asset allocation portfolios.



Please see Renaissance Global Best Ideas IC Limited for further information.


Should you be interested in speaking to an advisor, please contact our offices. For direct investments and withdrawals, please use the following forms:

Prime Investments Contribution Form
Prime Investments Withdrawal Form

For more information on the Renaissance Global Best Ideas Feeder Fund, please see the Funds’ Minimum Disclosure Document.

Minimum Disclosure Documents


International Fund

Renaissance, in partnership with Prime Investments ICC Limited, is authorised to promote the Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited. The Fund is registered in Guernsey and the investment manager is located in the United Kingdom and approved by the FCA. The Fund is also approved and regulated by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority.


 

Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited

The Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund IC Limited is a multi-asset fund that aims to provide investors with capital growth over the medium to long term (3 to 5 years) through investments in a diverse range of global asset classes and currencies. The Fund aims for a return in excess of the Morningstar EAA OE USD Flexible Allocation fund category over the long term.

The Fund aims to achieve its investment objective by investing globally, primarily via other collective investment schemes in a wide range of asset classes including cash, fixed income, equities, property, commodities, and asset allocation portfolios. The Fund may also invest in transferable securities which are classes of investments that are negotiable on a capital market such as (but not limited to) shares in companies or bond investments.

The Base Currency of the Fund is US Dollars, however, the investments of the Fund may be denominated in various currencies other than US Dollars and the GBP shares are priced and valued in Pounds Stirling. Accordingly, the fund has multiple currency exposures, and such exposures may be hedged, although the Investment Manager is under no obligation to do so.


Renaissance Global Best Ideas Supplement 10 Jan 2022

Should you be interest in speaking to an advisor, please contact our offices. For direct investments and redemptions, please use the following forms:

Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund – Application Form
Renaissance Global Best Ideas Fund – Redemption Form

Fund Fact Sheet

 

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