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How is the fund's performance (NAV) calculated and reported to investors?
How is the fund's performance (NAV) calculated and reported to investors?
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The Net Asset Value (NAV) of the fund is calculated by the fund's administrator, who is independent from the investment manager. This independence ensures transparency and accuracy in reporting. The NAV is typically calculated by taking the total value of the fund’s assets, subtracting the fund’s liabilities, and then dividing by the number of shares outstanding.

Reporting to investors is made monthly by email and in our online portal. It can include two components:

  • Monthly NAV Updates: Includes change to NAV and other performance metrics.

  • Performance Context: These reports may also include commentary on what influenced the fund’s performance during the period, such as market conditions, significant portfolio changes, or economic factors, typically on a quarterly basis.

This process ensures that investors have a clear, up-to-date understanding of the value of their investments in the fund, allowing for informed decision-making regarding their broader investment strategies.

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