The SMA has exposure to a broad range of real estate assets including, but not limited to, retail, residential, commercial, industrial and real estate related social infrastructure.
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Managed Account Structure
Under an SMA, each investor has direct or beneficial ownership of the individual underlying investments in their portfolio rather than taking a share of a pool of assets via issued units. The investor therefore enjoys the tax advantages that direct ownership offers relative to the unit trust structure.
Separately Managed Accounts (SMA)
An SMA is a customised securities portfolio where the assets are owned by individual investors. An investment is allocated across one or more available investment models, which will determine the portfolio allocation between securities.
The investment model is provided by an investment manager (such as Charter Hall Maxim) and will buy and sell securities in much the same way that managed funds buy and sell securities to achieve their risk and return objectives.
One way to look at separately managed accounts is as an alternative to managed funds. Investors are able to utilise the collective knowledge and intellectual property of an experienced fund manager (such as Charter Hall Maxim) and have greater transparency and flexibility by investing in securities. SMAs are non-unitised managed funds.
Main Advantages of a Separately Managed Account
A separately managed account is professionally managed like an individual portfolio with many key advantages:
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Interested persons should consider the product disclosure statement (PDS) issued by One Managed Investment Funds Limited (ABN 47 117 400 987) (AFSL 297042) (OMIFL) as responsible entity of the Charter Hall Maxim Property Securities Fund (ARSN 116 193 563) (Fund). The information contained in this document was not prepared by OMIFL. While OMIFL has no reason to believe that the information is inaccurate, the truth or accuracy of the information contained therein cannot be warranted or guaranteed. Anyone reading this information should obtain and rely upon their own independent advice and inquiries. Investors should consider the Product Disclosure Statement dated 9 June 2021 and Additional Information Booklet dated 9 June 2021 (together the PDS) issued by OMIFL before making any decision regarding the Fund. It is important investors obtain and read a copy of the PDS before making a decision about whether to acquire, continue to hold or dispose of units in the Fund. You can request a copy of the PDS, free of charge, by calling 1300 652 790 and it is also available on this website or by contacting your financial adviser. Investors may wish to consult a licensed financial adviser before making an investment decision in relation to the Fund. Charter Hall Property Securities Management Limited (ABN 25 104 512 978) (AFSL 238349) is the investment manager of the Fund (Charter Hall Maxim) and has prepared this information. Neither OMIFL nor Charter Hall Maxim (nor any of their related parties) guarantees the repayment of capital or the performance of any product or any particular rate of return referred to in this information. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. While every care has been taken in the preparation of this information, Charter Hall Maxim makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any statement in it including without limitation, any forecasts. This information has been prepared for the purpose of providing general information only, without taking account of any particular investor’s objectives, financial situation or needs.