Following on from the success of the (Bermuda domicile) RW Income Fund and by popular European demand. 1st September 2017, saw the launch of our new Irish domicile fund. The fund invests in the same underlying investments as the Bermuda fund and aims to provide investors with an Income of 5.5% from investments in Corporate Bonds, with underlying potential of capital appreciation. The Fund invests in a weighted portfolio of income bearing financial bonds, issued by banks, insurance groups and building societies, as well as general corporate debt. The Fund is designed to produce an attractive rate of income whilst maintaining the underlying asset value of investment.

It may possibly suit those of your clients who are looking for higher returns than are currently being offered by standard banks or building society deposit accounts. The income is distributed semi-annually, at the end of May and November and Investors may elect to have the income or accumulation shares. The original Bermuda, fund has demonstrated consistent outperformance since its launch with low volatility. Rudolf Wolff Limited, the Investment manager is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Key Characteristics

Legal Name
Rudolf Wolff Global Income Fund
Legal Structure
IRISH ICAV
Fund Regulator
Central Bank of Ireland
Management Company
Carraig Multi-Strategy UCITS Platform ICAV
Auditors
Ernst & Young
Administrator
Apex Fund Services Limited (Dublin)
Custodian
Societe Generale (Ireland)
Income Target Return(Gross):
5.5% Income Per year (2.75% twice a year)
Dealing
Daily
Entry Fee:
Up to 5%
Annual Management Fee
CIass: CI: 1.0% Class: BI,BA,FI,FA 1.5%
Performance Fee: 10% (after)
A 5% Hurdle Rate PA & High Water Mark
Minimum Investment:
GBP, USD and EUR 3,000 (Top Up 500)
Redemption penalty:
For BA/BI if held for less than 5 years

 

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