Trilogy Enhanced Cash
Enhanced yield and stability, made simple.
- Status Open
- Unit Price $1.00
- Income Distribution Monthly
Enhanced yield and stability, made simple.
When you make an investment in Trilogy Enhanced Cash, your money is pooled with that of other investors and invested to generate returns.
The Trust uses this pool to invest approximately 70% of funds directly into cash-style investments, like term deposits issued by the banks, and indirectly in cash products via a range of managed funds.
The remaining 30% of money within the pool is then invested into the Trilogy Monthly Income Trust. The Trilogy Monthly Income Trust is a mortgage trust that harnesses the benefit of an investment in loans secured by registered first mortgages. This blend of asset classes aims to provide added yield to investment portfolios.
Once your investment is processed and investment monies received, you will begin to receive monthly income distributions which are automatically reinvested back into Trilogy Enhanced Cash to increase the value of your initial capital investment. You may withdraw all or part of your investment at any time with seven days notice (Please see the PDS for further details).
We’ll keep you up to date with regular communications so you’re able to obtain an accurate view of how your investment is performing.
A VERY LOW RISK, CAPITAL STABLE INVESTMENT
Trilogy Funds classifies Trilogy Enhanced Cash as “very low risk” based on the Financial Services Council’s Standard Risk Measure which means that the estimated number of negative annual returns over any 20 year period is less than 0.5. See important information for more details.
Trilogy Enhanced Cash has a target return of the current RBA cash rate + 1.5%p.a. and an expected return of 4.25%p.a net of fees and costs and assuming reinvestment of income.
You can redeem your investment in Trilogy Enhanced Cash quickly, with the aim to fund your withdrawal within seven days while the Trust is liquid.
NO ENTRY OR EXIT FEES
You are not charged a fee for your initial investment, or for a partial or full withdrawal.
EASY TO MANAGE
When you invest in Trilogy Enhanced Cash, you delegate ongoing management and administration of their investment to Trilogy Funds and the investment manager.
DIVERSITY ACROSS ASSET CLASSES
Trilogy Enhanced Cash provides you with diversity across cash and cash-style investments and investment in loans secured by registered first mortgages over Australian property.
Your income distributions will be automatically reinvested back into Trilogy Enhanced Cash to increase your capital and to take advantage of compound interest.
MAKING AN INFORMED DECISION ABOUTINVESTMENT RISK
At Trilogy Funds, we take risk seriously. You should be aware that investing in Trilogy Enhanced Cash involves risks that could lead to the loss of some or all of your capital. For example, there are investment and structural risks associated with the underlying unlisted registered managed funds and separate risks associated with the underlying asset classes of cash and cash-style investments and a portfolio of loans secured by registered first mortgages over Australian real estate.
The Trust’s benchmark is as follows: Official Cash Rate plus 1.50%p.a. with net distributions reinvested, but before expenses and taxes, over a rolling 12 month period.
^Net rate paid to investors calculated daily and paid monthly in arrears for the month ended 31 May 2017 equivalent to 4.25% per annum. Net rates are net of management fees and costs and assumes no reinvestment of distributions. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
There are two steps you need to take when applying for units in Trilogy Enhanced Cash.
Before investing in any financial product, it’s important that you read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS). The PDS for Trilogy Enhanced Cash is issued by Trilogy Funds Management Limited ACN 080 383 679 AFSL 261425
We recommend you also seek professional advice to a licensed Financial Adviser to consider whether Trilogy Enhanced Cash is suitable for your current situation and financial objectives.
Investments in Trilogy Enhanced Cash can only be made by completing the application form that accompanies the PDS. There are four forms to choose from:
• Individual / joint investors
• Superannuation funds / trusts
• Existing Trilogy Funds investors
You will need to complete the form that is most appropriate for you.
IMPORTANT: This information is issued by Trilogy Funds Management Limited ACN 080 383 679 AFSL 231425 and provides general information only. It does not provide financial product advice nor is it an offer of securities. If you require personal advice on the suitability or other aspect of this investment, consult a licensed Adviser, who will conduct an analysis based on your circumstances. Applications can only be made on the Application Form accompanying the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Information Booklet. Both the PDS and Information Booklet are dated 5 April 2017 and are issued by Trilogy Funds Management Limited and available at www.trilogyfunds.com.au/cash. The PDS and Information Booklet should be read in full, particularly the risk section, prior to lodging any application. Investments involve risk which can lead to loss of part or all capital. Investments in Trilogy Enhanced Cash are not bank deposits and are not government guaranteed. The rate of return or the return of your capital is not guaranteed. Investors should note that the definition of ‘risk’ in the Standard Risk Measure is limited and the aim is only “to provide members with a descriptor to assist in comparing investment options (both within and across funds) utilising a simplified risk measure”. Therefore the Standard Risk Measure is not a complete assessment of all forms of investment risk, for instance it does not detail what the size of a negative return could be or the potential for a positive return to be less than an investor may require to meet their objectives. Further, it does not take into account the impact of fees and tax on the likelihood of a negative return. Investors should still ensure they are comfortable with the risks and potential losses associated with the Trust.