AMP Gen - Vanguard International Share Index Hedged

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General Information
Fund Name AMP Gen - Vanguard International Share Index Hedged
Manager AXA-National Mutual Funds Management Ltd
APIR Code NMF0012AU  
Sector/Asset Class Equity World - Currency Hedged  
Morningstar Rating  (as at 31st Mar 2014)  
Morningstar Recommendation Login now to view this recommendation.  
Legal Structure Investment Fund  
Fund Inception 17th Dec 2008
Fund Size $16.04 million (as at 28th Feb 2014) 
Entry Price $1.52152 (as at 17th Apr 2014) 
Exit Price $1.51394 (as at 17th Apr 2014) 
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Fund Performance (as at 31st Mar 2014)   NOTE : returns for periods greater than 1 year are annualised
  1 Month
3 Month
6 Month
1 Year
% p.a.
2 Year
% p.a.
3 Year
% p.a.
5 Year
% p.a.
10 Year
% p.a.
Total Return 0.34 1.19 10.12 19.76 17.5 12.65 18.31 -
Growth Return 0.34 1.19 10.12 15.89 15.59 1.34 10.71 -
Income Return 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.87 1.91 11.31 7.60 -
Morningstar Index
(Mstar PG ITr Equity World-Curr Hgd Idx)  
Total Return 0.07 1.09 9.79 19.99 17.85 12.58 18.33 7.20
Market Index
(Vanguard Intl Shares Index Hdg AUD TR)
Total Return 0.44 1.58 11.06 21.79 19.60 - 20.39 8.61

Asset Allocation (as at 31st Mar 2014)  
Domestic Shares 0%
International Shares 101.54%
Cash -1.54%
Listed Property 0%
Direct Property 0%
Domestic Fixed Interest 0%
International Fixed Interest 0%
Mortgage 0%
Other 0%
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Objectives and Strategy
Fund Objective The fund seeks to match the return (income and capital appreciation) of the MSCI World ex-Australia Index (with net dividends reinvested), hedged to Australian dollars, before taking into account fund fees and expenses.
Fund Strategy The MSCI World ex-Australia Index comprises approximately 1,600 securities (shares) listed on the exchanges of approximately 23 of the world's major developed economies. The fund meets its investment strategy by investing in the Vanguard International Shares Index Fund, securities in the index, and forward foreign exchange contracts.


Offer Information
Standard Entry Fee 4.4%
Indirect Cost Ratio (ICR) 1.52% (as at 31st Dec 2012)
Minimum Initial Investment $2,000
Minimum Additional Investments $500
Minimum Redemption Amount $0

Top 10 Holdings (as at 31st Mar 2014)
Holding Type % of Portfolio
Apple Inc Equity 1.55
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