TMI Diversified Assets Fund
The TMI Diversified Assets Fund offers exposure to a broad spectrum of alternative sectors whilst providing a single, daily dealing, investment solution for investors looking to add diversification to their portfolio. We believe that the inclusion of the TMI Diversified Assets Fund within a wider balanced portfolio will improve the overall risk-adjusted returns.
The TMI Diversified Assets Fund aims to achieve a return in excess of cash (1 month LIBOR) + 3% per annum net of fees over rolling 3 years periods.
The Fund will attempt to achieve its investment objective by investing in listed shares and units ("Equity Securities") and other collective investment schemes ("CIS") in order to gain exposure to diversified assets, a wide range of alternative asset classes including but not limited to:
- Private equity
- Alternative UCITS strategies
- Specialist debt strategies
- Insurance strategies
The TMI Diversified Assets Fund is a sub-fund of New Vision Strategies ICAV, an umbrella open-ended Irish collective asset-management vehicle with segregated liability between sub-funds. The ICAV is structured as an undertaking for collective investment in Transferable Securities (“UCITS”).
The TMI Diversified Assets Fund seeks to invest in assets that are able to deliver positive absolute returns over the economic cycle and that are supported by prevailing market conditions. The Fund will not have any sector bias, rather the Investment Manager will exercise discretion in determining the assets in which the Fund will invest and in determining the appropriate weight of each security within the Fund’s portfolio. The Investment Manager’s focus is on risk management and diversification. The Investment Manager aims to construct a portfolio that provides the Fund with exposure to;
- a range of Diversified Assets that exhibit low correlation to traditional assets, either individually or in aggregate and,
- derive returns from differing markets and thus offer an alternative risk return profile to that of traditional equity and bond markets.