Ellerston Low Volatility Income Strategy (ELVIS) Fund

The ELVIS Fund is a fundamental, bottom-up Australian equity strategy with a clear focus on delivering low volatility and sustainable income for investors through actively blending multiple, distinct dividend yield strategies throughout the market cycle.

The Fund is an actively managed portfolio of Australian listed securities aiming to provide investors with exposure to quality companies who meet the following criteria;

  • Lower Volatility: Businesses which display both lower levels of earnings volatility, and stable and growing dividend streams.
  • Sustainable Income throughout the economic cycle: sustainability of earnings and dividends to compound income, assessing opportunities in the context of the current market cycle and its future trajectory, and rotating flexibly between different sustainable income strategies with the aim of producing consistent income throughout the economic cycle.

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At a Glance

The Ellerston Low Volatility Income Strategy Fund (ELVIS) is made up of a portfolio of between 30 – 40 Australian mid-to large-cap stocks with a clear focus on delivering low volatility, sustainable income for investors through actively blending multiple, distinct dividend yield strategies throughout the market cycle.  The investment team employ a fundamental, bottom up approach to stock selection and combine that with a focus on risk management when constructing the portfolio.

The Fund aims to provide investors with returns and income growth greater than the S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index over rolling 3-5 year periods.

+ Disclaimer and Notes

Ellerston Capital Limited ABN 34 110 397 674 AFSL 283000 is the responsible entity and issuer of units in the ELVIS Fund. Any information is general and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. Accordingly, you should consider the relevant Information Memorandum before deciding whether to acquire or continue to hold units in the Fund available from this website or by contacting us on (02) 9021 7797.