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Charter Hall CIB Fund (CIB) is a wholesale unit trust with a portfolio comprising police stations and law court complexes. CIB is closed to investment.

Fund Snapshot

7.7 years


The Charter Hall CIB Fund is a closed wholesale unit trust that was established in June 2001. The Fund’s current portfolio includes nine 24-hour police stations and two law court complexes.

Investment Objectives

  • The objective of the Fund is to provide a high yielding monthly distribution to its unitholders whilst maintaining its real value. The Fund is highly predictable with a low level of volatility and a substantial tax advantaged component.
  • Whilst CIB is a wholesale unit trust, it has been established as an ASIC registered managed investment scheme.
CIB - Craigeburn Police
Craigeburn Police Station, VIC

CIB - Frankston Police 2
Frankston Police Station, VIC


Travis Butcher
Fund Manager
Charter Hall
Lula Liossi
Investor Relations Manager
Charter Hall

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