With interest rates at all-time lows and sustainable yields hard to find, investing for income while managing risk can be challenging. The Schroder Absolute Return Income (Managed Fund) (Chi-X code: PAYS) can help.
PAYS is an actively managed fixed income exchange traded fund (ETF) that has a track-record¹ of meeting investors needs for reliable monthly income, while at the same time giving peace of mind that there is a strong focus on managing risk, should markets fall.
A track record of delivering reliable monthly income above the cash rate of 3.4% p.a. (post-fees) over the last 12 months^.
Provides diversification across broad global fixed income markets with flexibility to respond to changing market conditions.
Actively managed to provide strong risk management, helping to avoid losses and preserve capital, should markets fall.
Competitive management fee of 0.54% p.a.
Contact your broker, financial planner or invest via you online trading account using the Chi-X code: PAYS
A leader in fixed income, with an experienced local team backed by specialists in 12 locations around the world.
PAYS can be combined with existing income-oriented investments such as term deposits, hybrids and mortgage funds to strengthen the defensive allocation of investment portfolios.
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