Meet the manager

 

Auscap Asset Management was founded in 2012 by Tim Carleton and Matthew Parker. Auscap is a value-based Australian equities manager. Auscap manages the Auscap Long Short Australian Equities Fund which targets solid absolute risk-adjusted returns, looking to invest in companies that generate strong cash flows and are trading at attractive prices. Tim and Matt have over 30 years of combined experience in the financial services industry, previously managing Australian equities long/short portfolios at leading global investment banks. They are both investors in the fund.

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Taking advantage of time horizon arbitrage

August 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss opportunities that can be taken advantage of by having a longer time horizon than the typical market participant. ... Read more

You are what you read: Biases created by the availability of information

July 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss biases created by the availability and accessibility of information. ... Read more

Auscap Fund rated ‘Recommended’ by Lonsec and Zenith

The Auscap Long Short Australian Equities Fund has been assessed by Lonsec and been given a 'Recommended' rating. This was followed by Zenith once again rating the Fund 'Recommended' The full Lonsec report can be accessed here. Lonsec Product ... Read more

Is holding cash a decision or an output?

June 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss the cash position of the Fund and how it reflects the opportunity set rather than any view on the direction of the stockmarket. ... Read more

Understanding intrinsic value

May 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss the concept of intrinsic value and its relationship to stock prices. ... Read more

Compounding capital considerations

April 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss how compounding returns are affected by positive and negative performance. ... Read more

Is active management complementary in a concentrated market?

March 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss active management in the context of a highly concentrated domestic market. ... Read more

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