Australian Masters Corporate Bond Fund No5 Limited (AKY)

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General Information
Company Name: Australian Masters Corporate Bond Fund No5 Limited
Stock Code: AKY
GICS Sub-Industry: Other Diversified Financial Services
Market Cap ($M): 34
Equiv. Shares (M): 1

Current Price Data+
Current Price Open High Low Last Close Volume Price Movement
$ 43.000 $ 43.000 $ 43.000 $ 43.000 $ 43.000 211 0%

Company Overview

Business Description:
Australian Masters Corporate Bond Fund No5 Limited (AKY) provides investors with the opportunity to gain access to a diversified portfolio of quality corporate bonds issued in Australia and denominated in Australian dollars. The fund is managed by Walsh & Company Asset Management Pty Limited.

Financial Summary
Year to Jun NPAT EPS EPS chg (%) PER DPS Yield (%) Franking (%)
2014  A 2.8 355.0 -12.0 22.0 337.0 4.3 100.0
2013  A 3.2 403.7 -18.7 20.4 205.0 2.5 100.0
2012  A 3.9 496.5 -6.2 19.5 230.0 2.4 100.0
Source: Aspect actuals / Thomson IBES estimates

Peer Comparison
EPS Growth (%) P/E (%) Dividend Yield (%)
Company Mkt Cap 2012 A 2013 F 2014 F 2012 A 2013 F 2014 F 2012 A 2013 F 2014 F
Australian Masters Corporate Bond Fund No5 (AKY) $34 M -0.1204 -- -- 12.1117 -- -- 7.84 -- --
Challenger (CGF) $4,045 M 0.0459 -0.0452 0.0373 11.7142 12.2689 11.8274 3.66 4.20 4.44
IOOF (IFL) $3,022 M 0.1260 0.1178 0.0627 19.2322 17.2049 16.1897 4.72 5.16 5.61
Macquarie Group (MQG) $25,594 M 0.5572 0.2289 0.1085 21.1337 17.1973 15.5142 4.86 4.01 4.51
Platinum Asset Mgmt (PTM) $4,572 M 0.4366 0.0817 0.1790 24.1060 22.2856 18.9026 4.35 4.62 5.13

Market Comparison
Earnings P/E Ratio P/B Ratio P/E Growth
AKY 0.47 12.1 0.59 --
Market 0.91 14.4 1.02 1.16
Sector 1.18 14.7 1.13 1.78

Name Position Start Date
Mr Maximillian Walsh Non-Executive Chairman 03 September 2009
Mr Alan Cochrane Dixon Non-Executive Director 03 September 2009
Mr Daryl Albert Dixon Non-Executive Director 03 September 2009
Mr Alexander Gen MacLachlan Non-Executive Director 03 September 2009
Mr Christopher Matthew Brown Non-Executive Director 03 September 2009

Name Position
Hannah Chan Company Secretaries
Karen Luu Interim Company Secretary

Calendar of Events
Date Event
18 February 2016 Report (Interim)
29 September 2015 Report (Annual)
28 August 2015 Report (Prelim)
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