THE FURTHER YOU TRAVEL, THE MORE OPPORTUNITIES YOU’LL FIND.
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 www.allangray.co.za
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.