Oc Funds Management

FAQs

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What is the difference between the OC Premium Small Companies Fund and the OC Dynamic Equity Fund?

Whilst the core holdings of the OC Premium Small Companies Fund and the OC Dynamic Equity Funds will generally be the same, the OC Dynamic Fund will often take positions in smaller companies at an earlier stage of their development (our Emerging Leaders strategy) and may also make shorter-term investments. The OC Dynamic Equity Fund tends to have higher volatility than the OC Premium Small Companies Fund but with the potential for higher returns over the long term. For further information, see the OC Premium Small Companies Fund and OC Dynamic Equity Fund Product pages and fact sheets.

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What is the difference between the OC Dynamic Equity Fund and the OC Concentrated Equity Fund?
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What is Core Fundamental?
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What are Emerging Leaders?
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What is Alpha Plus?
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What does ‘long only’ mean? What does 'long-short' mean?
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Do the Funds use derivatives?
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What investments can the Funds hold?
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How can I reduce my investment risk?
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How long should I invest for?
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Where do I send my application forms?
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Is there a minimum investment?
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What name are the funds investments held in?
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How will I be kept informed on my investment?
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How do I work out what my investment is worth?
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How is performance calculated?
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What is the difference between the application price, the redemption price and the net asset value?
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How do I withdraw my investments?
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What are distributions?
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How often do the Funds distribute?
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What are my distribution choices?
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What happens if I invest just before a distribution?
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Why is the price quoted as cum-distribution even after the ex-date?