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  • Conservative

    3.45%p.a. Return*

  • Balanced

    4.91%p.a. Return*

  • High Yield

    6.44%p.a. Return*

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 8.51% pa. This portfolio has 13 securities with all weightings between 4.7% and 11.2%, yielding 3.45% pa. It is designed for investors wanting a 100% allocation of investment grade bonds. The returns shown are based on a $1 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG.

Bond types

Security types

Sectors

What makes up the portfolio

Holding Issuer Product Type Structure Industry Sector Capital Value Capital Price Currency % allocation Yield
70,000 Sydney Airport Finance CIB Senior Debt Infrastructure 107,792 153.15 AUD 10.9% 3.72%
70,000 Queensland Treasury Corporation FCB Senior Debt Semi Government 110,821 155.83 AUD 11.2% 1.84%
80,000 Pacific National Finance Pty Ltd FRN Senior Debt Infrastructure 83,606 103.57 AUD 8.4% 3.33%
80,000 Aroundtown SA FCB Senior Debt Property 87,342 108.20 AUD 8.8% 2.95%
80,000 Insurance Australia Group Ltd FRN Tier 2 Insurance 80,840 100.62 AUD 8.2% 3.00%
75,000 Adani Abbot Point Terminal Pty Ltd FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 76,803 101.15 AUD 7.7% 5.64%
80,000 JEM NSW Schools II Pty Ltd IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 81,352 101.69 AUD 8.2% 3.74%
70,000 National Australia Bank FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 71,282 101.05 AUD 7.2% 2.94%
70,000 Liberty Financial Pty Ltd FRN Senior Debt Other Financials 72,211 102.45 AUD 7.3% 3.13%
70,000 Plenary Health (Casey) Finance Pty Ltd IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 62,539 89.34 AUD 6.3% 3.58%
50,000 Liberty Financial Pty Ltd FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 50,528 100.95 AUD 5.1% 5.55%
50,000 AMP Limited FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 50,475 100.00 AUD 5.1% 3.75%
80,000 MPC Funding Ltd IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 46,505 58.13 AUD 4.7% 3.66%

^ Pricing as at 31 July 2019. Subject to change.

How did we choose this portfolio?

Each bond is selected to ensure the overall portfolio:

Preservation

Is designed to preserve
your capital

Cash flow

Generates ongoing
cash flow

Diversity and balance

Provides diversity
and balance

We combine fixed, floating and inflation linked securities and ensure all the bonds in the portfolio are investment grade securities.

  • Fixed Rate Bonds pay the same coupon amount throughout the life of the bonds, allowing you to predict cash flow.
  • Floating Rate Bonds move with the market interest rate and increase your return when rates rise.
  • Inflation Linked Bonds allow you to protect against rising inflation.

An allocation to senior debt securities means your investment is prioritised above shareholders for repayment. This protects your investment in the event of a problem with one of the issuers, because legally if the company goes into liquidation, any available funds will be repaid to senior investors before equity investors.

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 8.80% pa. This portfolio has 24 securities with weightings between 2.3% and 8.2%, yielding 4.91% pa. It is designed for investors wanting a balanced allocation of investment grade and sub investment grade bonds. The returns shown are based on a $1 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG.

Bond types

Security types

Sectors

What makes up the portfolio

Liberty Finance
Holding Issuer Product Type Structure Industry Sector Capital Value Cost Price Currency % allocation Yield to maturity
55,000 Sydney Airport CIB Senior Debt Infrastructure 84,694 153.15 AUD 8.2% 3.72%
70,000 Incitec Pivot Ltd FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 77,378 108.94 AUD 7.5% 2.81%
70,000 JEM NSW Schools IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 71,183 101.69 AUD 6.9% 3.74%
60,000 PHF IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 53,605 89.34 AUD 5.2% 3.58%
50,000 WorkPac FRN Senior Debt Other Corporate 50,587 101.00 AUD 4.9% 5.69%
50,000 Virgin Australia FCB Senior Debt Aviation 54,621 105.95 AUD 5.3% 6.55%
50,000 Maurice Blackburn Lawyers FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 52,274 103.30 AUD 5.1% 6.26%
50,000Liberty Finance FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 50,528 100.95 AUD 4.9% 5.55%
50,000 AMP Bank FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 50,475 100.00 AUD 4.9% 3.75%
35,000 Pioneer Credit FRN SubDebt Other Financials 35,661 101.20 AUD 3.5% 5.62%
40,000 CF Asia Pacific FCB SubDebt Other Corporate 32,225 100.55 AUD 3.1% 7.87%
30,000 Liberty Finance FCB Senior Debt Other Financials 31,411 103.10 AUD 3.0% 3.19%
30,000 SCT Logistics FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 30,978 102.20 AUD 3.0% 5.97%
30,000 Elanor FCB Senior Debt Property 31,973 104.50 AUD 3.1% 5.55%
30,000 Ansett Aviation Training FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 31,065 101.90 AUD 3.0% 5.93%
30,000 StockCo FCB Senior Debt Other Financials 31,202 104.10 AUD 3.0% 6.72%
30,000 NextDC FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 30,877 102.00 AUD 3.0% 5.10%
30,000 Zenith Energy FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 30,256 100.60 AUD 2.9% 6.83%
30,000 Moneytech FRN SubDebt Other Financials 30,256 100.60 AUD 2.9% 4.78%
40,000 Privium Real Estate FCB Senior Debt Property 29,353 101.30 AUD 2.8% 7.48%
30,000 ZipMoney FRN SubDebt Other Financials 30,555 101.40 AUD 3.0% 6.03%
30,000 Merredin Energy FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 28,832 104.00 AUD 2.8% 5.98%
40,000 W A Stockwell FCB Senior Debt Property 23,707 103,00 AUD 2.3% 5.83%
30,000 MPC Funding IAB Senior Debt Infrastructure 29,260 97.53 AUD 2.8% 3.56%

^ Pricing as at at 31 July 2019. Subject to change.

How did we choose this portfolio?

Each bond is selected to ensure the overall portfolio:

Preservation

Is designed to preserve
your capital

Cash flow

Generates ongoing
cash flow

Diversity and balance

Provides diversity
and balance

We combine a mix of investment grade and sub investment grade bonds to generate the return, in conjunction with differing security types

  • Fixed Rate Bonds pay the same coupon amount throughout the life of the bonds, allowing you to predict cash flow.
  • Floating Rate Bonds move with the market interest rate and increase your return when rates rise.
  • Inflation Linked Bonds allow you to protect against rising inflation.

An allocation to senior debt securities means your investment is prioritised above shareholders for repayment. This protects your investment in the event of a problem with one of the issuers, because legally if the company goes into liquidation, any available funds will be repaid to senior investors before equity investors.

Returns since the 29th of June 2018 are 11.35% pa. This portfolio has 21 securities with weightings between 1.5% and 18.4%, yielding 6.44% pa. It is designed for investors seeking a higher return and who are comfortable with a corresponding increase in credit risk. The returns shown are based on a $1.5 million investment. $250,000 is the minimum amount that can be invested with FIIG.

Bond types

Security types

Sectors

What makes up the portfolio

 
Holding Security Description Product Type Structure Industry Sector Capital Value Capital price Currency % allocation Yield
200,000 Adani Abbot Point Terminal FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 290,229 98.75 USD 18.4% 4.85%
100,000 NCIG Holdings FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 177,847 117.50 USD 11.3% 9.25%
70,000 Sydney Airport CIB Senior Debt Infrastructure 107,792 153.15 AUD 6.8% 4.22%
50,000 Hertz FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 76,729 103.75 USD 4.9% 6.16%
52,000 Hunt FCB Senior Debt Resources 75,663 96.70 USD 4.8% 6.88%
56,000 NCIG Holdings FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 81,242 97.80 USD 5.1% 4.73%
51,000 Rockpoint FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 77,951 102.25 USD 4.9% 6.30%
50,000 IAMGOLD FCB Senior Debt Resources 78,035 104.75 USD 4.9% 6.00%
55,000 Geo Group FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 68,898 84.00 USD 4.4% 9.88%
50,000 Harland Clarke FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 73,924 98.32 USD 4.7% 9.91%
50,000 Virgin Australia FCB Senior Debt Aviation 54,261 105.95 AUD 3.5% 6.55%
50,000 Incitec Pivot FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 55,270 108.94 AUD 3.5% 2.81%
50,000 Armour Energy FCB Senior Debt Resources 51,029 101.25 AUD 3.2% 8.37%
50,000 Liberty Financial FRN Senior Debt Other Financials 51,580 101.45 AUD 3.3% 3.13%
50,000 AMP Bank FRN Tier 2 Regional Bank 50,475 100.00 AUD 3.2% 5.69%
55,000 Privium FCB Senior Debt Property 39,885 100.80 AUD 2.6% 7.90%
40,000 Pioneer Credit FRN SubDebt Other Financials 30,566 101.20 AUD 1.9% 5.62%
40,000 CF Asia Pacific FCB Senior Debt Infrastructure 32,225 100.55 AUD 2.0% 7.87%
50,000 WorkPac FRN SubDebt Other Corporate 50,587 101.00 AUD 3.2% 5.69%
40,000 Dean Foods FCB Senior Debt Other Corporate 23,595 56.51 USD 1.5% 25.63%
40,000 W A Stockwell FCB Senior Debt Property 23,707 103.00 AUD 1.5% 5.83%

^ Pricing as at at 31 July 2019. Subject to change.

How did we choose this portfolio?

Each bond is selected to ensure the overall portfolio:

Preservation

Is designed to preserve
your capital

Cash flow

Generates ongoing
cash flow

Diversity and balance

Provides diversity
and balance

We combine a mix of investment grade and sub investment grade bonds to generate the return, in conjunction with differing security types

  • Fixed Rate Bonds pay the same coupon amount throughout the life of the bonds, allowing you to predict cash flow.
  • Floating Rate Bonds move with the market interest rate and increase your return when rates rise.
  • Inflation Linked Bonds allow you to protect against rising inflation.

An allocation to senior debt securities means your investment is prioritised above shareholders for repayment. This protects your investment in the event of a problem with one of the issuers, because legally if the company goes into liquidation, any available funds will be repaid to senior investors before equity investors.

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Price
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Sector
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Maturity
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Price
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Price
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Sector
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Yield to maturity
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Price
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Sector
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Maturity
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Yield to maturity
Coupon type
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Price
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Sector
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Maturity
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Yield to maturity
Coupon type
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Price
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Sector
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Maturity
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^ Pricing as at 01 August. Subject to change. The yields and prices do not represent the prices that FIIG will transact with its clients. They simply represent FIIG's observation of the institutional market mid-point prices which are obtained from FIIG's trading with institutional counterparties, as well as numerous market data sources that FIIG has access to. A mid-point value sits between the typical bid (offer to buy) and ask (offer to sell) prices prevailing in the institutional market.

Bonds available through FIIG

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Price
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Maturity
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Yield to maturity
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Price
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 Sector
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Maturity
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6.23%
Yield to maturity
Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
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 Sector
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Maturity
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Yield to maturity

Coupon type
Fixed Coupon Bond
Price
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 Sector
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Maturity
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Yield to maturity
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Price
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^ Pricing as at 09 July. Subject to change. The yields and prices do not represent the prices that FIIG will transact with its clients. They simply represent FIIG's observation of the institutional market mid-point prices which are obtained from FIIG's trading with institutional counterparties, as well as numerous market data sources that FIIG has access to. A mid-point value sits between the typical bid (offer to buy) and ask (offer to sell) prices prevailing in the institutional market.

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