The Lakehouse Small Companies Fund has lowered its initial minimum investment

We’re pleased to announce that the Lakehouse Small Companies Fund has lowered its initial minimum investment from $250,000 to $100,000.

This change is effective immediately, from March 15, 2019.

We’re pleased with the change, as a lower minimum allows greater access to the Fund for a wider audience of investors. Since launch in late 2016, we’ve fielded a constant stream of enquiry about lowering the minimum and are delighted to offer this going forward.

For those investors who have a healthy appetite for small growth stocks, the Lakehouse Small Companies Fund could be a complementary strategy to consider.

Why invest in small-caps?

Small-caps have much more potential upside. They’re not companies that most investors would’ve typically heard of and are a good deal smaller and faster-growing than the mega-cap companies that dominate local headlines.

The Lakehouse Small Companies Fund takes a long-term, high-conviction approach to investing in fast-growing small companies listed in Australia and New Zealand.

Since inception in mid-November 2016 to 28 February 2019, the Fund has returned 58.5% net of fees and expenses compared to 28.7% for its benchmark, the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index.

Lakehouse Small
Companies Fund
Benchmark
^ Performance calculations are based on exit price with distributions reinvested, after fees and expenses, since inception in mid-November 2016.
* Benchmark: S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index.
Past performance is not indicative of future returns.

We’re the first to say that it is early days at the Fund and that past performance isn’t indicative of future returns. Still, we’re pleased that the Fund is off to a solid start towards its goal of long-term outperformance.

The Lakehouse Small Companies Fund is accepting new investors

Investing in the Fund is a big decision for investors and it’s important to make an informed choice. Potential investors should read and consider the new Product Disclosure Statement (PDS), dated 15 March 2019, (and seek professional advice) when deciding whether to acquire units in the Lakehouse Small Companies Fund.

And while the PDS is the definitive guide, we’d welcome any follow-up questions potential investors may have about the Fund and its strategy. We can be contacted at [email protected] or 02 8294 9800.

To learn more about how to invest in the Lakehouse Small Companies Fund please see the “How to Invest” section below.

Best Regards,


Joe Magyer, CFA
Chief Investment Officer, Lakehouse Capital

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Disclaimer: The responsible entity for the Lakehouse Small Companies Fund (ARSN 615 265 864) is One Managed Investment Funds Limited (ACN 117 400 987) (AFSL 297042) (“OMIFL”). The information contained in this document was not prepared by OMIFL but prepared by other parties. All of the commentary, statements of opinion and recommendations contain only general advice and have not taken into account your personal circumstances. This report contains general financial product advice only. Any investment in Lakehouse or OMIFL products need to be made in accordance with and after reading the Product Disclosure Statement and Additional Product Disclosure Statement dated 15 March 2019, and investors should consider the PDS before deciding whether to invest in the Fund or continue to hold units in the Fund. The opinions, advice, recommendations and other information contained in this report, whether express or implied, are published or made by Lakehouse in good faith in relation to the facts known at the time of preparation. Information is current as at the date of the letter, unless otherwise noted. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. The PDS and AIB can be obtained by visiting www.oneinvestment.com.au/lakehouse.

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