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Talaria Global Equity Fund – Foundation

Foundation Units are now closed to new investors.

Existing Investors: Please contact Talaria on
(03) 8676 0667 to discuss your investment further.

Performance

as at 31/05/20221

1 Month3 Month6 Months1 Year3 Years (pa)5 Years (pa)7 Years (pa) 10 Years (pa) Since Inception (pa)2
Total Return-0.04 0.58 4.34 9.09 8.19 7.40 6.05 9.77 7.39
Growth %-0.04 -0.52 2.13 3.62 0.73 -0.24 -1.44 1.33 0.41
Income % 0.00 1.10 2.21 5.46 7.46 7.64 7.49 8.44 6.97
Average Market Exposure5 54% 54% 55% 57% 55% 58% 59% 59% 61%

1 Fund Returns are calculated after fees and expenses and assume the reinvestment of distributions.
2 Inception date for performance calculation is 1 October 2005.
3 Income includes realised capital gains.
4 Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
5 Average Market Exposure calculated on delta-adjusted exposure of underlying portfolio.

Distribution History

FrequencyEnd PeriodCents per UnitReinvestment Price
Quarterly31-Mar-22 5.5215 $5.0036
Quarterly31-Dec-21 5.2967 $5.0779
Quarterly30-Sept-21 6.1245$5.000
Quarterly30-Jun-21 8.876 $4.918
Quarterly31-Mar-21 7.953$4.7585
Quarterly31-Dec-20 7.958 $4.548
Quarterly30-Sept-20 8.2105 $4.4065
Quarterly30-Jun-20 21.4045 $4.481
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Growth of $100,000 since inception6

Annual Distributions7

6 Calculations are based on exit price, net of management fees and expenses and assumes reinvestment of distributions. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. 7 Illustrates Distribution Returns for the Talaria Global Equity Fund – Foundation Units for the financial year ending 30 June 2021. Inception date is 1 October 2005.

Top 10 holdings8

Company NameHolding %CountrySectorDescription
Johnson & Johnson 5.2 USAHealthcarePharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer health products company
Sanofi 5.0FranceHealthcareTop 5 pharmaceutical firm with leading positions in diabetes and rare diseases
Alibaba 5.0 Hong Kong Consumer Discretionary One of the world’s largest e-commerce groups
Secom 4.9JapanIndustrials Japan’s largest protective and electronic security solutions provider
Sodexo4.4France Consumer Discretionary A multinational food services and facilities management company
Everest Re 4.3 USA FinancialsLeading global provider of reinsurance and insurance services
Roche 4.3Switzerland Healthcare A global leader in Cancer treatments
Gilead4.2USAHealthcareLeading research based biopharmaceutical company
Mitsubishi Electric 3.8JapanIndustrialsOne of Japan’s largest industrial conglomerates
Femsa 3.8 Mexico Consumer Staples Operates largest Mexican convenience store chain, and part owner of Coca-Cola bottling and Heineken

8 Weightings include option positions held and cash backing put options. It assumes that put options will be exercised. Should the put option not be exercised the cash will revert to the unencumbered cash portfolio or may be used to cover further put options.

Sector allocation9

Regional Allocation10

9,10 Weightings include option positions held and cash backing put options. It assumes that put options will be exercised. Should the put option not be exercised the cash will revert to the unencumbered cash portfolio or may be used to cover further put options.

Fund Snapshot

Management Fee Nil
LiquidityDaily
Min Investment $50,000
Availability Wholesale Clients Only
Inception Date 1 October 2005
Buy / Sell Spread 0.20% / 0.20%
DistributionsQuarterly
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