The Zurich Investments Global Growth Share Fund is an international share fund for long-term investors who want to capitalise on the unique opportunities presented by companies with sustainable earnings acceleration. Our strategic investment partner, American Century Investments, manages the fund with the belief that accelerating growth in revenues and earnings results in significant potential for stock price appreciation.
Zurich's Global Growth Share Fund aims to provide investors with long-term capital growth by investing in securities listed on international stock exchanges. The Fund aims to outperform the MSCI World (ex-Australia) Accumulation Index in $A (net dividends reinvested) over periods of five or more years.
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Zurich Investments provides exclusive access to specialist managers recognised as being amongst the best in their area of expertise. We appointed American Century Investments in 2009 to manage the Zurich Investments Global Growth Share Fund.
American Century Investments were established in 1958 and today have over US$155 billion in funds under management and employ 176 investment professionals*. They have a truly unique ownership structure where over 45% of the company is owned by The Stowers Institute for Medical Research, which allows strong philanthropic support for cancer research.
The Fund is managed with the belief that accelerating growth in revenues and earnings results in significant potential for stock price appreciation. The focus is on inflection points in company fundamentals with a process designed to uncover stocks that can outperform as earnings growth accelerates, market expectations rise and multiples expand.
*Date as of 31 December 2017
Performance returns quoted are compound rates of return calculated on exit prices and assume reinvestment of distributions. Returns are calculated net of all ongoing fees and any taxes payable by the fund. The benchmark return shown is a gross return. Figures shown are rounded to two decimal places.
The full name of the benchmark used in the table is MSCI World (ex-Australia) Accumulation Index in $A (net dividends reinvested).
*Inception date is 1 September 2009