Pinnacle Absolute Return Trust (PART)

The PART Advantage

  1. Absolute return investment strategy
  2. Choice between income from the Private Portfolio and capital gains from the Public Portfolio
  3. Combination of two assets with lower correlation and volatility in a single security
  4. Diversification
  5. Enhanced governance
  6. Alignment with investors

What is “Absolute Return” Strategy?

The goal of “absolute return” investing is to generate positive returns in all market conditions.

Investment Thesis and Objectives

PART’s investment thesis is to produce investor returns that are less volatile in comparison to a traditional fund by combining a diversified and yield-driven Private Portfolio with an alternative growth-oriented Public Portfolio. PART’s investment objectives are to provide:

Income
PART’s investment in the Private Portfolio through the Private LP seeks to provide income.

Capital Gains
PART’s investment in the Public Portfolio through the Public LP (for Class I and Class II Units only) seeks to provide capital gains.

Lower volatility and increased risk-adjusted returns
By bringing together two asset classes that are not strongly correlated to each other in one security (for Class I and Class II Units only), either of which gives exposure to both the Private Portfolio and the Public Portfolio while maintaining the individual asset class returns.

Why Combine a Private With a Public Portfolio?

Lower Volatility and Increased Risk-Adjusted Returns
Combining the Private Portfolio with the Public Portfolio in a single security (either a Class I or Class II Unit) brings together two assets with lower correlation and volatility that are not strongly correlated to each other and seeks to provide lower volatility and increased risk-adjusted returns.

why combine

Investor Choice – Private Portfolio and/or Public Portfolio

Investors can access the Private Portfolio and the Public Portfolio by investing in Class I and Class II Units of PART, which also have different asset mixes themselves. Investors can principally invest in Class I Units of PART for income and principally invest in Class II Units of PART for growth to achieve a suitable asset mix for their own investment needs, as set out in Table 2 below.

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For more information, please contact your Dealing Representative to obtain a recent copy of PART’s Offering Memorandum.