Austcorp Capital Ltd Series II Debentures

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General Information
Fund Name Austcorp Capital Ltd Series II Debentures
APIR Code ATP0001AU  
Morningstar Rating Not Rated  
Legal Structure Investment Fund  
Fund Size $34.7 million (as at 9th Oct 2007) 
Entry Price $1 (as at 9th Oct 2007) 
Exit Price $1 (as at 9th Oct 2007) 
Special Features Austcorp Capital Ltd will consider (but is not obliged to grant) requests by Investors who through unforeseen or exceptional circumstances wish to redeem part or whole of their investment prior to the maturity date. Such early repayment will be at the discretion of Austcorp Capital Ltd and, if granted, an early withdrawal fee of 1% of the amiount of the investment redeemed in applicable.
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Fund Performance    NOTE : returns for periods greater than 1 year are annualised
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Total Return - 7.35 8.1 8.75 9.25 9.35 9.65 -
Growth Return - - - - - - - -
Income Return - - - - - - - -


Asset Allocation (as at 12th Jun 2007)  
Domestic Shares 0%
International Shares 0%
Cash 10%
Listed Property 0%
Direct Property 0%
Domestic Fixed Interest 0%
International Fixed Interest 0%
Mortgage 90%
Other 0%
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Objectives and Strategy
Fund Objective To offer a competitive rate of return for income seeking investors.
Fund Strategy Austcorp Capital Limited Series II Debentures offer fixed interest rates investments suitable for all investors, including self managed superannuation funds with a choice of investment terms from 90 days to 5 years at interest rates ranging from 7.00% pa for 90 days to 9.00% pa for 5 years and the choice to reinvest or receive your income monthly. Investments over $100,000 earn another 0.10% pa. The Series II Debentures have received an "Investment Grade" rating from Lonsec.

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Offer Information
Minimum Initial Investment $10,000
Minimum Additional Investments $5,000
Minimum Redemption Amount $1,000
Savings Plan Comments The minimum application is for $10,000 and then in multiples of $5,000, however Austcorp Capital Ltd may, at its discretion, accept lower investment amounts. Investors can add to their existing investment at any time by completing another application form or can make a new investment, also by completing another application form.
Redemption Comments Austcorp Capital Ltd will consider (but is not obliged to grant) requests by Investors who through unforeseen or exceptional circumstances wish to redeem part or whole of their investment prior to the maturity date. Such early repayment will be at the discretion of Austcorp Capital Ltd and, if granted, an early withdrawal fee of 1% of the amiount of the investment redeemed in applicable.



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