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Morant Wright Sakura Fund

Morant Wright Sakura Fund

We seek to generate absolute returns (see below) by investing in undervalued Japanese companies that have strong balance sheets and sound business franchises.

Fund size:

$590m (August 2017)

Fund type:

UCITs OEIC, authorised in Ireland

Fund share classes:

Accumulation units available in:

Japanese Yen

Sterling (Hedged)

Euro (Hedged)

US Dollar (Hedged)

Swiss Franc (Hedged)

Launch date:

May 2013

Geographic exposure:

100% Japanese equities

Fund administrator:

Capita Financial Administrators (Ireland) Limited

Dealing frequency:

Daily

Deal cut-off point:

11:00am (Irish time)

Valuation point:

12:00pm (Irish time)

How to Deal:

To deal in shares of the Fund, please click here for the

application form or contact Capita by telephone or in writing

Tel: +353 1 400 5300

Capita Financial Administrators (Ireland) Limited
2nd Floor, 2 Grand Canal Square
Grand Canal Harbour
Dublin 2
Ireland
Fax: +353 1 400 5350

Share types and fees:

1.0% Management Fee on all shares

Japanese Yen (Minimum investment ¥1,000,000)

Sterling (Minimum investment £5,000)

Euro (Minimum investment €5,000)

US Dollar (Minimum investment US$5,000)

Swiss Franc (Minimum investment CHF5,000)

No Performance Fees

Returns

2016

2015

2014

2013

Inception to
August 2017

Euro (hedged)

+1.7%

+16.3%

+11.4%

+9.7%

+50.0%

Japanese Yen

+1.8%

+16.8%

+12.2%

+10.8%

+57.2%

Sterling (hedged)

+1.9%

+16.6%

+11.3%

+9.9%

+50.2%

Swiss Franc (hedged)

+1.6%

+15.4%

+11.2%

+9.7%

+47.3%

US Dollar (hedged)

+1.9%

+16.1%

+10.9%

+9.9%

+51.9%

TOPIX (Net Total Return)

+1.2%

+11.7%

+9.9%

+10.6%

+46.1%

All performance information is calculated by Morant Wright Management Limited using share price data provided by Capita Financial Administrators (Ireland). Index data are taken from Bloomberg. Performance is based on the fund nav. Data is valid as of 30th June 2016 and was accurate at that date. Morant Wright Management has a statutory obligation to point out that the value of all investments and the income therefrom can go down as well as up and the investor may not get back the amount invested. This may be caused by exchange rate fluctuations. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. The term ‘absolute return’ refers to the return that an asset may achieve over a certain period of time. In this context viewed as a period of upto 5 years. It differs from the term ‘relative return’ which refers to the return a fund or asset will achieve relative to an index or other benchmark. The term ‘absolute return’ does not imply any guarantee or certainty that any particular rate of return will be achieved or that investors will get back the amount invested.

Number of holdings

61 (August 2017)

Top Ten Holdings (August 2017)

Tokyo Broadcasting System

3.0%

Nippon Television Network

2.9%

Fuji Media Holdings

2.8%

Toyota Industries

2.8%

Kinden

2.8%

Sumitomo Electric Industries

2.6%

Sumitomo Mitsui Trust

2.5%

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group

2.5%

Canon Marketing

2.5%

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial

2.5%

Share ClassBloomberg CodeSEDOLISIN
Japanese YenMWSKYEN IDB9140F8IE00B9140F89
SterlingMWSKSTL IDB840XH9IE00B840XH97
EuroMWSKEUR IDB7ST847IE00B7ST8472
US DollarMWSKUSD IDB8JTQR2IE00B8JTQR23
Swiss FrancMWSKCHF IDB93V6N7IE00B93V6N72