The Allan Gray-Orbis Global Optimal Fund of Funds invests in a mix of absolute return funds managed by Allan Gray’s offshore investment partner, Orbis Investment Management Limited. The typical net equity exposure of the Fund is between 0% and 20%. The Fund aims to provide a high degree of foreign currency capital stability while producing long-term returns that are superior to foreign currency bank deposits. The Fund invests in the Orbis Optimal SA(US$) and Orbis Optimal SA(Euro) Funds.
The Fund's benchmark is the simple average of the benchmarks of the underlying Orbis funds.
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The Allan Gray-Orbis Global Optimal Fund of Funds aims to achieve its objective by only investing in the Orbis Optimal SA funds. The Orbis Optimal SA funds included in the Fund use exchange-traded derivative contracts on stock market indices to reduce net equity exposure. Orbis uses in-house research to identify companies worldwide whose share prices are underpriced relative to their long-term intrinsic value. This long-term perspective enables them to buy shares shunned by the stock market because of their unexciting/poor short-term prospects. However, which may present relative value in the long term. The investment philosophy aligns with Allan Gray's investment philosophy in South African equities. However, Orbis can choose from a broader range of shares listed internationally.