Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Trust

Please note - this trust is for Australian wholesale investors only.

OVERVIEW

Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Trust (the Fund) is a registered managed investment scheme under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), with ASRN 629 674 040.

The Fund is a feeder fund, meaning that it will invest all or substantially all of its assets in the Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Fund, a sub-fund of Trinetra UCITS ICAV (the Underlying Fund).

INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

The Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Trust aims to deliver strong, risk adjusted returns by anticipating EM social and environmental themes ahead of the market through deep ethnographic research.

INVESTMENT STRATEGY

The Fund invests in the Underlying Fund, which invests on a long-only basis and has an investment horizon of five years.

We use on-the-ground ethnographic research in Emerging Markets to anticipate trends. We construct a total return equity portfolio on a 5-year rolling basis, with the aim of exposing clients to the lowest possible risk by maximising risk-adjusted returns. We define ethnographic research as qualitative research techniques focused on observing the activities of consumers.

 

This technique involves spending time with consumers in their own environment (e.g., their homes or places of work) in order to understand their lives and the issues they face, for example how they access finance, healthcare and education, and what drives their consumption decisions.

We aim to observe a cross section of consumers from different socio-economic groups, different ages, both rural and urban, to get a representative sample of society which helps us form a view as to the general direction of socio-economic change. This research attempts to identify behaviours and patterns that indicate growth trends that may be overlooked by traditional research.
 

THE FUND IN BRIEF

  • Equity long-only fund investing in global Emerging Markets

 

  • Benchmark agnostic

 

  • Bottom-up, in-depth, qualitative ethnographic research 

  • Disciplined buy-and-sell strategy based on expected risk-adjusted returns

  • ESG is core and fully integrated in the investment selection process

  • Invests specifically in companies benefiting from growth in domestic consumption

FUND FACTS

Fund Documents 

- Product Disclosure Statement

- Reference Guide

- Application Form

- Additional Investment Form

- Withdrawal Form

- Latest Monthly Fund Update

- Fact Sheet

- Unit Prices

- Latest Quarterly Fund Update

Fund Facts

Responsible Entity

Custodian/Administrator

Investment Manager

ASRN

APIR

Please note - this information is for the use of Australian wholesale investors only.

OVERVIEW

Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Trust (the Fund) is a registered managed investment scheme under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), with ASRN 629 674 040.

The Fund is a feeder fund, meaning that it will invest all or substantially all of its assets in the Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Fund, a sub-fund of Trinetra UCITS ICAV (the Underlying Fund).

INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE

The Trinetra Emerging Markets Growth Trust aims to deliver strong, risk adjusted returns by anticipating emerging markets social and environmental themes before other investors through deep ethnographic research.

INVESTMENT STRATEGY​​

The Fund invests in the Underlying Fund, which invests on a long-only basis and has an investment horizon of five years.

We use on-the-ground ethnographic research in Emerging Markets to anticipate trends. We construct a total return equity portfolio on a 5-year rolling basis, with the aim of exposing clients to the lowest possible risk by maximising risk-adjusted returns. We define ethnographic research as qualitative research techniques focused on observing the activities of consumers.

 

This technique involves spending time with consumers in their own environment (e.g., their homes or places of work) in order to understand their lives and the issues they face, for example how they access finance, healthcare and education, and what drives their consumption decisions.

We aim to observe a cross section of consumers from different socio-economic groups, different ages, both rural and urban, to get a representative sample of society which helps us form a view as to the general direction of socio-economic change. This research attempts to identify behaviours and patterns that indicate growth trends that may be overlooked by traditional research.
 

THE FUND IN BRIEF

 

  • Equity long-only fund investing in global Emerging Markets

 

  • Benchmark agnostic

 

  • Bottom-up, in-depth, qualitative ethnographic research 

  • Disciplined buy-and-sell strategy based on expected risk-adjusted returns

  • ESG is core and fully integrated in the investment selection process

  • Invests specifically in companies benefiting from growth in domestic consumption

  • Risk Profile: Very high risk

FUND FACTS

Fund Documents ​

- Product Disclosure Statement

- Reference Guide

- Target Market Determination*

- Application Form

- Additional Investment Form

- Withdrawal Form

- Annual Report

Monthly Fund Updates​

     - 2019

     - 2020

     - 2021

     - 2022

Issuer
Responsible Entity

Custodian/Administrator
Investment Manager
ASRN
APIR

The Trust Company (RE Services ) Limited
The Trust Company (RE Services ) Limited

Mainstream Fund Services Pty Limited
Trinetra Investment Management LLP
629 674 040
PIM4232AU

ASIC RG 271 INTERNAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND COMPLAINTS HANDLING

From the 5th October 2021 the Responsible Entity is updating the complaints management procedure described in the Product Disclosure Document (“PDS”). The change is required to reflect that the Responsible Entity will now endeavour to respond to complaints within 30 days rather than 45 days. The Product Disclosure Document will be updated to reflect the new complaints procedures when the Responsible Entity next changes the PDS. Please refer to the below for the updated complaints wording.

ENQUIRIES AND COMPLAINTS

The Responsible Entity has established procedures for dealing with complaints. If an investor has a complaint, they can contact the Responsible Entity and/or the Investment Manager during business hours, using contact details provided in the PDS.


We will endeavour to resolve your complaint fairly and as quickly as we can. We will respond to your complaint within the maximum response timeframe of 30 days. If we are unable to respond within the maximum response time because we have not had a reasonable opportunity to do so, we will write to you to let you know of the delay.


All investors (regardless of whether you hold Units in the Fund directly or hold Units indirectly via a Platform) can access the Responsible Entity’s complaints procedures outlined above. If investing via a Platform and your complaint concerns the operation of the Platform then you should contact the Platform operator directly.


If an investor is not satisfied with the final complaint outcome proposed, any aspect of the complaints handling process or a delay in responding by the maximum response time, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) may be able to assist. AFCA operates the external complaints resolution scheme of which the Responsible Entity is a member. If you seek assistance from AFCA, their services are provided at no cost to you.


You can contact AFCA on 1800 931 678, or by writing to:


Australian Financial Complaints Authority
GPO Box 3
Melbourne VIC 3001
Email: info@afca.org.au
Website: www.afca.org.au

A Product Disclosure Document (PDS) issued by TTCRESL dated 14 November 2018 is available for the Fund. You should obtain and consider the PDS and the Target Market Determination (TMD) for the Fund before deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold, an interest in the Fund.

​* The Target Market Determination, as well as prior versions, is available free of charge and can be obtained by contacting us on investors@trinetra-im.com.