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We manage a suite of rand-denominated local unit trusts. We also give you access to global markets through rand-denominated unit trusts that invest internationally, and foreign currency denominated global funds. This allows you to cater to your individual investment needs.
PSG Equity Fund
To provide outstanding capital growth and deliver consistent upper-quartile returns within an acceptable risk profile.
PSG Flexible Fund
To achieve superior medium- to long-term capital growth through exposure to selected sectors of the equity market, and/or the gilt market and/or the money market.
PSG Balanced Fund
Long-term capital growth and a reasonable level of income for investors.
PSG Stable Fund
To generate a performance return of CPI + 3% over a rolling three-year period after costs, while aiming to achieve capital appreciation with low volatility and low correlation to equity markets through all market cycles.
PSG Diversified Income Fund
To generate both tax-free and taxable income from a mix of high-yielding equity securities, property, bonds, preference shares and assets in liquid form, both locally and abroad.
PSG Income Fund
To maximise income while achieving long-term capital appreciation as interest rate cycles allow.
PSG Money Market Fund
To obtain a high level of income as is consistent with capital preservation and liquidity.
PSG Global Equity Feeder Fund
To outperform the average of the world's equity markets, as represented by the MSCI Daily Total Return Net World USD.
PSG Global Flexible Feeder Fund
To achieve superior medium to long-term capital growth through exposure to selected sectors of the global equity, bond and money markets.
PSG Global Equity Sub-Fund
PSG Global Flexible Sub-Fund
To follow a flexible managed investment policy which will aim to achieve superior medium- to long-term capital growth through exposure to selected sectors of the global equity market, and/or bond market and/or money market.