Diversified Inflation Plus Fund
The Insight Diversified Inflation Plus Fund aims to deliver positive, long-term returns at least 5% in excess of inflation (RBA CPI Trimmed Mean) over a rolling 5-year period.1
Watch our video to learn about our approach to multi-asset investing.
Aims to deliver a smoother return path: we believe better investment outcomes are delivered by combining diversified solutions with effective risk management.
Smart, simple, effective: our approach is based on three principles: diversification, dynamic asset allocation and downside risk management.
Innovative blend: the Fund combines actively managed directional risk (aiming to make money when markets go up) with actively managed less directional sources of return (aiming to make money whether markets go up or down).
Strong track record: the Fund is based on our broad opportunities strategy which has been running for over 10 years and has consistently delivered attractive risk-adjusted returns over the medium term.
Managed by an experienced team: the Fund is managed by a highly experienced team, with a transparent investment process and proven track record.
Our flagship multi-asset strategy, the broad opportunities strategy, was launched over 10 years ago.
Fund and strategy profiles
Fund and strategy updates
Monthly update: Insight Broad Opportunities Strategy
In October the portfolio recorded a loss, with equity and total return strategy components contributing most to the decline. Fixed income returns were a small negative while real assets were close to flat.
Quarterly update: Insight Broad Opportunities Strategy
The strategy returned a healthy gain over the quarter of +2.30%. Gains were fairly equally distributed across the strategy. Our equity, real asset and total return strategies made strong gains. Real asset returns largely reflected gains on our infrastructure holdings.
Annual update: Insight Broad Opportunities Strategy
The most immediate question on our minds is: “how long can the global economic upswing continue without invoking a material uptick in inflation expectations?”
Latest webinars and videos
Quarterly Broad Opportunities Strategy Review and Outlook
This is an opportunity to hear from Matthew Merritt, Head of Multi-Asset Strategy Team, who will update you on our views about the evolving economic and market environment and outline how these developments are shaping your diversified growth.
The great investment conundrum
Listen to Matthew Merritt, Head of Multi-Asset Strategy Group at Insight Investment talk about the Australian market, the opportunities Insight’s multi-asset team has found in recent years, and how to manage risks in light of the equity market valuations and the potential for rising rates in the future.
Product disclosure statement
Insight on multi-asset
Using a diversified growth strategy to target attractive risk-adjusted absolute returns over the medium term? How Insight's multi-asset strategy can help achieve this objective.
Thoughts for 2018
After years of sustained global growth and buoyant asset prices, investors face a number of significant potential turning points in 2018. We share our thoughts on some of the major investment themes and the opportunities and challenges they present.
Team statistics as at 30 September 2018. Assets under management (AUM) are represented by the value of cash securities and other economic exposure managed for clients. Fund size as at 31 October 2018.
The value of investments and any income from them will fluctuate and is not guaranteed (this may partly be due to exchange rate fluctuations). Investors may not get back the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
Derivatives may be used to generate returns as well as to reduce costs and/or the overall risk of the portfolio. Using derivatives can involve a higher level of risk. A small movement in the price of an underlying investment may result in a disproportionately large movement in the price of the derivative investment.
Investments in bonds are affected by interest rates and inflation trends which may affect the value of the portfolio.
The investment manager may invest in instruments which can be difficult to sell when markets are stressed.
While efforts will be made to eliminate potential inequalities between shareholders in a pooled fund through the performance fee calculation methodology, there may be occasions where a shareholder may pay a performance fee for which they have not received a commensurate benefit.
Property assets are inherently less liquid and more difficult to sell than other assets. The valuation of physical property is a matter of the valuer's judgement rather than fact.
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