The PM Capital Global Opportunities Fund Limited (ASX:PGF, ACN 166 064 875) provides investors with an opportunity to invest in global equities via an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed investment company. The company began trading on the ASX on 12 December 2013.
Managed by PM Capital Limited, the aim is to create long term wealth through a concentrated portfolio of 25-45 global companies that we believe are trading at prices different to their intrinsic values.
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The Company may be suitable if you want:
Provided by a focused, patient and considered process
Access to global securities
Increase your exposure to global equities, either within your portfolio or SMSF
A long term approach
Comfortable with investing in the Company over the long term (7 years plus) with some short term volatility
The potential for returns that may be significantly different to those provided by the index and more traditional Listed Investment Companies.
The Company's process has been shown to be effective, based on a philosophy developed by Paul Moore, over 30 years. This has produced attractive long term capital growth.
We have an authentic investment process where our exposure to industry sectors, geographic regions or market capitalisation is determined solely by our conviction in the risk/ reward opportunities that we identify within portfolio guidelines. No conviction = no investment.
The Company aims to create long term wealth for our co-investors by finding and exploiting investment anomalies around the world, wherever they are. We find opportunities where others may only see risks.
Our co-investors receive access to a unique subset of opportunities to which they would otherwise find difficult to access. The management team have significant investments in the Company – they invest for and with you.
* Based on the latest updated share price, and the dividend guidance issued to the ASX on 12 August 2021. The intended fully franked dividend is subject to there being no material adverse changes in market conditions and the investment performance of the Company’s portfolio. The Company’s ability to continue paying fully franked dividends is dependent on the payment of tax on investment profits and there can be no guarantee that such profits will be generated in the future. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.