Managed Funds

A managed fund is a pooled investment. Investors combine their money with other investors, and this pool of funds is managed by a fund manager.

Managed Funds

Fund name APIR Morningstar
rating
Sector
Fidelity China FID0011AU starstarstarstar Equity Greater China
Premium China MAQ0441AU starstarstar Equity Greater China
Metisq Wholesale China Share HOW0033AU starstarstar Equity Greater China

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Instead of owning the underlying securities, investors buy units in the managed fund and will receive distributions according to the amount of units they hold.
Managed funds allow individuals to invest in assets or asset classes that may normally be difficult for an individual to access on their own, for example international markets. Additionally, they have diversification benefits and the fund is managed by a professional fund manager.

Managed funds are either listed or unlisted. Listed managed funds trade on the share market. This means they can be bought or sold on the share market. Investors can access them by buying units through their broker. Unlisted managed funds are not traded on a share market. To purchase (or sell) units in an unlisted managed fund, you must buy (or sell) directly through the fund manager. 

A managed fund is a pooled investment. Investors combine their money with other investors, and this pool of funds is managed by a fund manager. Investors will own units in the managed fund but not the underlying securities.