The Gemi Cash Management Fund

The Gemi Cash Management Fund (the Fund) was established with the objective of providing investors with:

  • a high level of security of capital
  • a market-competitive interest return
  • access to funds at call

The Fund invests solely in deposits with a number of Australian Authorised Deposit Institutions. While investments such as these are not guaranteed, they are regarded as one of the most secure asset classes.

The Fund is suitable for Investors seeking:

  • Extremely competitive rate of return calculated daily and paid monthly
  • Conservative, diversified and liquid portfolio
  • Minimal initial deposit of $10,000
  • Quick access to your funds
  • No entry, exit or withdrawal fees

The Director of the manager of the Fund operated an identical fund for 10 years from December 2010 and delivered investors an annualised premium after fees in excess of 0.7% over the Reserve Bank of Australia Cash Rate.

Please refer to the table below which compares the Fund’s historical performance after fees against the Reserve Bank of Australia.

DateFundRBAPremium
December 20200.69%0.10%0.59%
January 20210.64%0.10%0.54%
February 20210.71%0.10%0.61%
March 20210.67%0.10%0.57%
April 20210.61%0.10%0.51%
May 20210.67%0.10%0.57%
The Gemi Cash Management Fund is only available to Australian resident wholesale clients within the meaning of section 761G of the Corporations Act 2001. Wholesale clients can obtain a copy of the Information Memorandum by downloading it from the right hand side of this page.

In addition to the Information Memorandum, the Application Form, Additional Application Form and the Redemption Form can be obtained from the right hand side of the page.

Investors should review the Fund’s Information Memorandum in its entirety before deciding to make an application. If, after reading the Information Memorandum, you are unclear in relation to any matter or if you have any questions about the Fund, you should contact your accounting, tax, financial or other professional advisor.  Historical performance is no guarantee of future performance.