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With a yearly round trip that stretches over 16 000km, the grey whale has one of the long­est mi­gra­tions of any mam­mal in the world. The jour­ney is tax­ing, but they un­der­take it to find the most favourable con­di­tions for wel­com­ing their prog­eny into the world. Like us, the grey whale knows that to get the best re­sults, you often have to go a bit fur­ther. This is why, to­gether with our global as­set man­age­ment part­ner Or­bis, we give you ac­cess to in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties be­yond the 1% of the global eq­uity mar­ket rep­re­sented by South Africa. We know that the choices out there can be over­whelm­ing, so we’ve nar­rowed down the op­tions to what we think are the most favourable off­shore in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties, in the Or­bis Global Eq­uity Fund. If you share the grey whale’s at­ti­tude to­wards the fu­ture, call Al­lan Gray on 0860 000 654 or your fi­nan­cial ad­viser, or visit­

Al­lan Gray Unit Trust Man­age­ment (RF) Pro­pri­etary Lim­ited (the ‘Man­age­ment Com­pany’) is reg­is­tered as a man­age­ment com­pany un­der the Col­lec­tive In­vest­ment Schemes Con­trol Act 45 of 2002. Al­lan Gray Pro­pri­etary Lim­ited (the ‘ In­vest­ment Man­ager’), an autho­rised fi­nan­cial ser­vices provider, is the ap­pointed in­vest­ment man­ager of the Man­age­ment Com­pany and is a mem­ber of the As­so­ci­a­tion for Sav­ings & In­vest­ment South Africa ( ASISA). Col­lec­tive In­vest­ment Schemes in Se­cu­ri­ties (unit trusts or funds) are gen­er­ally medium- to long-term in­vest­ments. Ex­cept for the Al­lan Gray Money Mar­ket Fund, where the In­vest­ment Man­ager aims to main­tain a con­stant unit price, the value 40 AU­GUST 2016 of units may go down as well as up. Past per­for­mance is not nec­es­sar­ily a guide to fu­ture per­for­mance. The Man­age­ment Com­pany does not pro­vide any guar­an­tee re­gard­ing the cap­i­tal or the per­for­mance of the unit trusts. The Or­bis Global Eq­uity Fund in­vests in shares listed on stock mar­kets around the world. Funds may be closed to new in­vest­ments at any time in or­der for them to be man­aged ac­cord­ing to their man­dates. Unit trusts are traded at rul­ing prices and can en­gage in bor­row­ing and scrip lend­ing. A sched­ule of fees, charges and max­i­mum com­mis­sions is avail­able on re­quest from the Man­age­ment Com­pany.

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