Pengana Private Equity Trust (ASX: PE1)


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Pengana Private Equity Trust (ASX: PE1)

Net Asset Value (NAV)

As at 30 September 2020

  Cents per Unit
Net asset value 124.33

The net asset value per Unit of the Trust is unaudited.

1. Includes U.S. and European companies. Sources: S&P Capital IQ (utilising certain information obtained from its database) for public and private company data as of 5 August 2019. Includes all private companies with revenues ≥ US$15 million. The World Bank,, for historical listed company data (31 December 1996 for the U.S.; 31 December 2001 for Europe). Neither S&P Capital IQ nor the World Bank has provided consent to the inclusion of references to their databases and publications or material drawn from the databases and publications.

2. The Trust will be subject to more than one level of fees: 1.The responsible entity fee, the management fee, the performance fee, and the fees for managing the secondaries portfolio at the Trust level, and 2.The management and incentive fees paid at the underlying fund level to either GCM or other underlying investment managers. The Trust pays Pengana Investment Management Limited a responsible entity fee of 0.05% p.a. and pays Pengana Capital Limited a management fee of 1.20% p.a. A portion of the management fee will be paid to GCM. Depending on the Trust’s performance, a performance fee of 20% above an 8% p.a. hurdle return may be payable to Pengana Capital Limited. Further information regarding the fees for managing the secondaries portfolio and the management and incentive fees paid at the underlying fund level is included in the PDS

3. Source: GCM utilising certain information obtained from The Burgiss Group (“Burgiss”). Burgiss is an independent subscription-based data provider. This information is based on published 1Q 2019 industry data as of August 2019. Burgiss sources their data from MSCI, S&P and Bloomberg Barclays and other data providers, as well as private equity funds worldwide. MSCI makes no express or implied warranties or representations and shall have no liability whatsoever with respect to any MSCI data utilised. The MSCI data may not be further redistributed or used to create indices or financial products. S&P and their third party information providers do not accept liability for the information and the context from which it is drawn. This information is not approved or produced by MSCI. Burgiss, MSCI, S&P and Bloomberg Barclays have not provided consent to the inclusion of statements utilising their data. No assurance can be given that any investment will achieve its objective or avoid losses. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. The value of investments can go up or down.