Meet the manager


Auscap Asset Management is a value-based Australian equities manager founded in 2012. 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. The Portfolio Managers have over 30 years of combined experience in the financial services industry, previously managing Australian equities long/short portfolios at leading global investment banks and are heavily invested in the Fund.

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Is Australian residential property expensive?

January 2017 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss Australian property and the price level of domestic residential real estate.   ... Read more

Part 3: The irony of risk

December 2016 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss the irony of risk and how it creates opportunities for the value investor.   ... Read more

Part 2: Recognising investment risks

November 2016 Newsletter | In this edition we analyse some of the investment risks that we consider most carefully before purchasing shares.    ... Read more

Part 1: Risk management and how it frames our investment process

October 2016 Newsletter | In this edition we discuss how our approach to risk frames our investment process.  ... Read more

Analysing FY16 Fund Returns

September 2016 Newsletter | In this edition we analyse the returns delivered by the Fund in FY16 in terms of single stock and sector contributions. ... Read more

Investing with earplugs: the struggle to avoid the noise

August 2016 | We have found that sharing a consensus opinion on the merits of an investment with the majority of the market is rarely a good way to generate strong returns. In fact, if the opinion is sufficiently consensus and positive, it normally ... Read more

Acting conservatively vs acting conventionally – is there a difference?

July 2016 Newsletter | The Fund had a good financial year in 2015-16, finishing up 20.13% net of fees. This compares favourably with the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index which returned 1.98% and had a closely fought battle with the RBA cash rate ... Read more

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