Meet the manager

Auscap Asset Management is a value based equities manager founded in 2012. Auscap manages the Auscap Long Short Australian Equities Fund and the Auscap Global Equities Fund, both of which target solid absolute risk-adjusted returns, looking to invest in companies that generate strong cash flows and are trading at attractive prices. The investment team has over 80 years of combined experience in the financial services industry from leading investment managers and global investment banks. The principals are significantly co-invested in the Auscap funds.

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Quarterly Newsletter – An Electric Future

April 2022 Newsletter | In Auscap’s September 2019 newsletter titled “Dealing with Volatility”, we ran through our investment thesis on Mineral Resources, a company that we had been following since its 2006 IPO. At that point the share price was ... Read more

March 2022 Newsletter

March 2022 Newsletter | The Fund Factsheet for February 2022 can be found here. ... Read more

February 2022 Newsletter

February 2022 Newsletter | The Fund Factsheet for January 2022 can be found here. ... Read more

Quarterly Newsletter – Investing In Innovation: What Does History Tell Us?

January 2022 Newsletter | CPD NOW AVAILABLE | In this newsletter we analyse two topics. First, we discuss investing in innovation and how disruption can impact capital markets. Secondly, we discuss our views on NZME (New Zealand Media and ... Read more

Fund Factsheet – November 2021

December 2021 Newsletter | The Fund Factsheet for November 2021 can be found here.     ... Read more

Fund Factsheet – October 2021

November 2021 Newsletter | The Fund Factsheet for October 2021 can be found here.   The Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for the Fund was updated with effect from 1 November 2021. While the PDS should be read in full, key changes to note ... Read more

Does China’s Property Market Present Grand Risks?

October 2021 Newsletter | CPD NOW AVAILABLE | In this newsletter we analyse two topics. First, we consider the potential implications for the Australian and global economies associated with the possible collapse of Evergrande, China's second largest ... Read more

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