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Fund Name Value Date Price (cpu)
1st Fusion Ci Div Growth F A18/12/2017 107.83
1st Fusion Ci Div Growth F B18/12/2017 107.97
1st Fusion Ci Guarded Fund A18/12/2017 103.57
1st Fusion Ci Guarded Fund B18/12/2017 103.60
1st Fusion Ci Guarded Fund B118/12/2017 103.63
1st Fusion Ci Temperate Fund A18/12/2017 106.64
1st Fusion Ci Temperate Fund B18/12/2017 106.67
1st Fusion Ci Temperate Fund B118/12/2017 106.71
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A (Capped)17/11/2017 686.63
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A117/11/2017 688.00
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 687.64
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds C17/11/2017 681.52
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds D17/11/2017 680.58
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds E17/11/2017 687.93
Analytics Ci Balanced Fund of Funds M17/11/2017 689.40
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A (Capped)17/11/2017 243.18
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A117/11/2017 243.34
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 243.30
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds C17/11/2017 242.90
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds D17/11/2017 242.85
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds E17/11/2017 243.33
Analytics Ci Cautious Fund of Funds M17/11/2017 243.51
Analytics Ci Managed Equity Fund A (Capped)18/12/2017 647.64
Analytics Ci Managed Equity Fund A118/12/2017 649.72
Analytics Ci Managed Equity Fund B18/12/2017 649.25
Analytics Ci Managed Equity Fund C18/12/2017 643.67
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 415.54
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A117/11/2017 416.42
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 416.15
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds C17/11/2017 414.13
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds D17/11/2017 413.68
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds E17/11/2017 416.33
Analytics Ci Moderate Fund of Funds M17/11/2017 416.96
Analytics Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 730.82
Analytics Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds A117/11/2017 753.64
Analytics Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 750.48
Analytics Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds C17/11/2017 689.81
Analytics Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds M17/11/2017 757.68
APS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 586.20
APS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A117/11/20171 587.26
APS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds B17/11/20171 581.63
APS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds X17/11/20171 585.22
APS Ci Equity Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 759.25
APS Ci Equity Fund of Funds A117/11/20171 765.65
APS Ci Equity Fund of Funds B17/11/20171 710.44
APS Ci Equity Fund of Funds X17/11/20171 763.77
APS Ci Global Flexible Feeder B17/11/2017 105.39
APS Ci Managed Growth Fund of Funds A17/11/20172 168.38
APS Ci Managed Growth Fund of Funds B17/11/20172 152.91
APS Ci Managed Growth Fund of Funds X17/11/20172 170.78
APS Ci Managed Growth Funds of Funds A117/11/20172 171.46
APS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 932.87
APS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A117/11/20171 936.41
APS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds B17/11/20171 922.02
APS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds X17/11/20171 933.21
AssetMix Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 109.11
AssetMix Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 109.07
AssetMix Ci Conservative Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 105.71
AssetMix Ci Conservative Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 105.71
AssetMix Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 108.28
AssetMix Ci Moderate Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 108.37
Ci Alpha Fund B18/12/2017 102.71
Ci Cautious Fund18/12/2017 111.41
Ci Conservative Strategic Fund18/12/2017 105.55
Ci Diversified Income Fund A18/12/2017 103.47
Ci Diversified Income Fund B18/12/2017 104.18
Ci Engineered Equity Core Fund18/12/2017 106.18
Ci Equity Index Fund B18/12/2017 132.72
Ci High Equity Strategic Fund18/12/2017 106.84
Ci Managed Fund18/12/2017 114.63
Ci Moderate Strategic Fund18/12/2017 113.73
Ci Property Index Fund B18/12/2017 149.02
Dynasty Ci Wealth Accumulator Fund of Funds A217/11/20171 842.52
Dynasty Ci Wealth Accumulator Fund of Funds B217/11/20171 106.19
Dynasty Ci Wealth Preserver Fund of Funds A217/11/20171 570.03
Dynasty Ci Wealth Preserver Fund of Funds B217/11/20171 101.03
Galileo Ci Balanced FOF A17/11/2017 108.70
Galileo Ci Balanced FOF B17/11/2017 108.74
Galileo Ci Growth FOF A17/11/2017 109.59
Galileo Ci Growth FOF B17/11/2017 109.63
Galileo Ci Guarded FOF A17/11/2017 105.94
Galileo Ci Guarded FOF B17/11/2017 105.56
Investhouse Ci Balanced Fund A17/11/2017 108.26
Investhouse Ci Balanced Fund B17/11/2017 108.30
Investhouse Ci Cautious Fund A17/11/2017 105.77
Investhouse Ci Cautious Fund B17/11/2017 105.78
Investhouse Ci Growth Fund A17/11/2017 109.40
Investhouse Ci Growth Fund B17/11/2017 109.42
Kruger Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A17/11/20172 128.33
Kruger Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B117/11/20172 127.60
Kruger Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B417/11/20172 106.03
Kruger Ci Equity Fund A17/11/20172 437.51
Kruger Ci Equity Fund B117/11/20172 431.38
Kruger Ci Equity Fund B417/11/20172 400.41
Kruger Ci Global Fund of Funds A17/11/20172 140.08
Kruger Ci Global Fund of Funds B117/11/20172 149.80
Kruger Ci Global Fund of Funds B417/11/20171 900.41
Kruger Ci Prudential Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 952.51
Kruger Ci Prudential Fund of Funds B117/11/20171 949.18
Kruger Ci Prudential Fund of Funds B417/11/20171 930.09
Moore Stephens Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 106.33
Moore Stephens Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 106.49
Moore Stephens Ci Growth Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 108.34
Moore Stephens Ci Growth Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 108.47
Moore Stephens Ci Stable Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 105.47
Moore Stephens Ci Stable Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 105.46
NFB Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 773.20
NFB Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B17/11/20171 761.68
NFB Ci Balanced Fund of Funds C117/11/20171 775.49
NFB Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A17/11/20171 542.35
NFB Ci Cautious Fund of Funds B17/11/20171 539.00
NFB Ci Cautious Fund of Funds C117/11/20171 543.04
NFB Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund A18/12/20171 720.52
NFB Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund B118/12/20171 668.32
NFB Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund B218/12/2017 940.14
PFPS Ci Balanced Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 111.20
PFPS Ci Balanced Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 111.39
PFPS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 108.82
PFPS Ci Cautious Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 108.83
PFPS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 110.58
PFPS Ci Moderate Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 110.83
Quattro Ci Cautious Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 108.42
Quattro Ci Cautious Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 108.38
Quattro Ci Growth Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 114.51
Quattro Ci Growth Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 114.55
Quattro Ci Moderate Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 111.03
Quattro Ci Moderate Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 111.18
Quattro Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds A17/11/2017 126.55
Quattro Ci Worldwide Flexible Fund of Funds B17/11/2017 126.24
Roxburgh Ci Balanced FOF A17/11/2017 108.26
Roxburgh Ci Balanced FOF B17/11/2017 108.28
Roxburgh Ci Balanced Plus FOF A17/11/2017 109.04
Roxburgh Ci Balanced Plus FOF B17/11/2017 109.05
Roxburgh Ci Conservative FOF A17/11/2017 106.86
Roxburgh Ci Conservative FOF B17/11/2017 106.85
WWC Ci ALSI Beta Fund17/11/2017 109.77

Prescribed assets – ASISA’s position

What are ASISA’s views on prescription of assets and why?

When the term “prescribed assets” is used, it is understood to refer to Government forcing the savings industry to buy Government stock as well as bonds issued by State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) on behalf of investors like retirement funds. This concept was first introduced by the previous Apartheid government and has been raised periodically over the years by various political parties.

It did not work when introduced by the Apartheid government and ASISA and its members maintain that it would have negative effects on the country should it be introduced now.

The savings and investment industry, as represented by ASISA, has engaged extensively with various relevant parties on the potential impact of “prescribed assets”, including directly with Government Ministers tasked with infrastructure development, via Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) into the National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac), and via the CEO initiative.

The Government under President Ramaphosa has been very collaborative as evidenced by the various engagements like the Jobs Summit, Investment Summit and the ongoing engagements with the CEO initiative. If “prescribed assets” are again tabled for discussion by Government, we believe engagements with our industry will be equally constructive.

ASISA is empowered by a mandate from members that manage some R6.2 trillion of the nation’s savings and investments and is therefore recognised as a significant and relevant partner around Government’s negotiation table. We regularly engage on a number of issues regarding policy, regulatory reform and other issues of national priority such as economic transformation and inclusion.

Why do we oppose “prescribed assets”?

The concept of “prescribed assets” would force the savings and investment industry to deploy the savings of ordinary South Africans into entities that have over the recent past been mired in State Capture and lack of delivery. As custodians of these savings, we have to oppose this. 

Asset managers are not asset owners. The bulk of the assets that could be prescribed are owned by retirement fund members. It also needs to be noted that roughly half of these assets are held by the GEPF and are therefore owned by public servants. As the owners of these assets, ordinary South Africans elect and appoint trustees to make asset allocation decisions that are in their best interest.

Prescription would jeopardise this fiduciary duty. Prescription of assets interferes with the capital allocation function of the capital markets, which should always be objective and driven by performance.  Forcing the market to invest in low yielding and/or high risk projects could have two direct consequences: 

  • The incentive for these projects to compete would be removed as funding would no longer be incentivised by performance. 
  • Given that capital is a finite resource, deserving projects could be deprived of funding.  These projects that would otherwise have driven growth and created sustainable employment would now not happen anymore. 
  • Prescription would have a negative impact on the country’s credit rating.  If South Africa loses its investment grading rating, foreign investors, many of whom are pension funds, would be forced to withdraw their money from South Africa.  This is something the country can ill afford.  

Working with Government on infrastructure finance

ASISA has always maintained that the problem is not the lack of willingness of capital markets to invest, but rather the absence of viable projects.  We are engaging with Government to address this with urgency.

ASISA and its members believe that many of our country’s challenges can be overcome through effective public private partnerships (PPPs). 

ASISA is actively involved in working with Government on infrastructure finance for water, energy and student accommodation.  We are also looking at collaborative delivery mechanisms with Government and the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) for programmatic financing solutions. 

ASISA members have already deployed more than R1.3 trillion in support of Government, Local Authorities and State Owned Companies. 

In addition, our industry has made direct investments of R200 billion into the following projects: 

  • Renewable energy
  • Township development
  • Affordable housing
  • Urban regeneration
  • Student accommodation
  • Water
  • Roads
  • Agriculture (emerging farmers)

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