Zenith Investment Partners have increased the rating for Talaria Global Equity Fund to Highly Recommended.
The report highlighted our “unique investment approach and considers the investment team to be well positioned to deliver upon the Fund’s investment objectives. Additionally, we believe the Fund is a highly attractive option within the global equity income peer group.”
The announcement is the culmination of Zenith’s rigorous, independent assessment of the Talaria business and investment capability.
Talaria CEO Jamie Mead said: “We’re delighted and humbled by the recognition and rating from Zenith. In particular it’s pleasing to have our fund recognised for providing a sustainable and differentiated source of income for investors when it has become increasingly hard to source both this year and likely into the future.” Talaria has delivered over 8.0% p.a. income on average for the last 10 years, including 8.08% for the last 12 months.
“In a difficult year for many people, it’s important that we’ve been able to deliver for our clients and meet their income needs,” Jamie said.
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