In July's issue, we have included:
- Government to consult on revisions to relief regime for foreign financial service providers
- APRA releases guidance on managing the financial risks of climate change
- Economic Substance Regime Extended to Partnerships
- FATCA and CRS Updates
- AEOI Reporting Deadlines
- China releases draft implementation rules on cross boundary wealth management connect pilot scheme in Greater Bay Area for public comment.
- SFC announces launch of grant scheme for open ended fund companies and real estate investment trusts. SFC previews new electronic licensing services
- Government announces passage of Inland Revenue (Amendment) (Tax Concessions for Carried Interest) Bill 2021
- Clarification of taxation of carried interest for individuals as fund managers in Japan
- Authorities to Ease LTV Rules and Enhance Support for Rent to Help Strengthen Housing Ladder
- MAS responds to feedback received on consultation on revisions to misconduct reporting requirements for representatives, and consults on proposals to mandate reference checks beyond representatives
- Guide for climate related disclosures and framework for green trade finance
Lastly, we would like to thank our committee who helped putting together the newsletter. Details about this committee can be found here.
The eighth net / gross return report shows a 3-month total gross return of 3.20% for the period between April and June 2021.
The net / gross return report is a supplementary report to the ANREV Australia Core Open End Fund Monthly Index (ACOE) published one month after every quarter showing aggregated gross returns of the 19 ACOE funds.
ANREV has launched the sixth release of the ANREV ODCE Asset Level Performance Consultation Report.
The ANREV Asset Level Performance Report is not an index as the coverage is limited to assets held by 7 funds with a pan Asia core open end strategy.
The ANREV Asset Level Performance Report results are based on asset level data that is provided to ANREV directly from managers. Data collection starts immediately after a quarter has ended for a period of up to 6 weeks after quarter end.
- Funds of funds AUM rose to at least US$53.2 billion globally end of 2020
- As a group funds of funds delivered a positive average net return of 1.6% in 2020
- Large open end core vehicles with a global strategy dominate the market for funds of funds
On average funds of funds continue to deliver positive returns for eight consecutive years, with an average 1.6% in 2020.
The performance data presented in this report is not intended to serve as a benchmark and should be used for research and information purposes only.
The ANREV Australia Core Open End Fund Monthly Index (ACOE) saw a total return of 3.08% in June 2021. The ACOE includes 19 funds with a total GAV of AUD 118.00 billion.
The ACOE Index also reports data on geographic allocation by sectors.
The sixth consultation release of the Global IRR Index includes 338 funds with non-core strategies, comprising of 290 value added and 48 opportunity funds.
> This Global IRR Index release features 80 Asia Pacific, 109 European and 149 US funds
> Funds launched in 2019 delivered an average IRR of -7.4%, the weakest performances of all vintages in the Global IRR Quarterly Index