I don’t remember my Investor Portal log in details, where can I find them?

Your user name is the email registered to your account

I can’t remember my password

Click on the forgot password link and follow the prompts a temporary password will be emailed to you

How can I change personal details eg phone number, email address, bank account?

You will need to email investors@rivercapital.com.au and they will update the details for you.

How do I check what personal details you have on file?

• Log into River Capital Portal
• Under the My Details tab you will see a drop down list of all your entities
• Select the entity that you require and you will see all current information on file
• Any changes to be made please email investors@rivercapital.com.au

Can I look at my holdings on my phone/tablet?

Yes, our investor portal is designed to be viewed across all platforms

How do I add/redeem units?

You need to email Josh Ackman josh@rivercapital.com.au notifying of your request at least 4 days prior to months end.

How do I see the current value of my holdings?

You will be able to view your monthly statement under the Valuation tab
The monthly unit price is located on our website under, Performance >Unit Price & Distributions History

Where can I find my Annual Tax Statement?

Statements since 30 June 2016 are available to view and download under the Reports tab

Can I get my statements in the post as before?

River Capital has moved to an online Investor Portal to provide our investors with an ease of access to their holdings. If you do not wish to become paperless you can still opt into getting paper statements by contacting investors@rivercapital.com.au

You will still be able to log in and view your information, though paper statements will be provided to you.

How do I know if I have a statement ready for viewing?

You will be notified with an email informing you that you have a statement that is ready. You can view the statement/notification by clicking on reports in your portal.

Can my financial advisor have access to my statements?

• Most financial advisors that have a relationship with River Capital will have access to your statements through their portal.
• For private accountants - You are able to download your statements from your portal and provide that to your accountant yourself, or provide them with your log in details and they will be able to gather your information themselves

I can’t see all my holdings at River Capital

Please contact investors@rivercapital.com.au or call us on 03 9825 5111

Other questions

If you have any other questions please contact the office on 03 9825 5111 or email investors@rivercapital.com.au

Does River Capital provide investment advice?

No. River Capital is an investment manager and therefore does not provide any investment advice. Should you require financial advice, please speak to your financial planner.

What are the costs of investing in the River Capital Growth Fund?

River Capital charges a 2 per cent management fee per annum. This is the base fee for River Capital's investment management services. The fee is charged to the Fund monthly based on the Fund's net asset value.

In addition to the management fee, River Capital is entitled to a performance incentive ("Performance Fee") calculated at the rate of 15 per cent of the increase in the net asset value of each issued unit during a financial year, subject to the investor receiving a preferred return of 10% on that unit. The Performace Fee is calculated annually and is subject to a "high water mark" restriction.

The Performance Fee applies to individual unit holders. Accordingly, this fee is not treated as an expense of the Fund but a cost to each unit holder. The Performance Fee is normally deducted from an investors annual distribution entitlement.

What is a ”High Water Mark” restriction?

Once a Performance Fee has been paid on an issued unit, no further performance fee is payable by an investor on that issued unit unless the net asset value of that unit continues to increase above the highest previous level upon which a performance fee has been paid. This is referred to as a "high water mark" restriction.

Who can invest with River Capital?

To invest with River Capital you must be classified as a wholesale investor for the purposes of the Corporations Act 2001.

This is because River Capital is not licensed to operate funds other than those that do not require registration pursuant to the Corporations Act 2001. The River Capital Growth fund is an unregistered scheme, however, interests in the scheme are listed as 'financial products' for the purposes of the Corporations Act.

If you are unsure as to whether or not you are a wholesale investor you should speak with your financial advisor.

What is the structure of the River Capital Growth Fund?

The River Capital Growth Fund (the "Fund") is an unregistered managed investment scheme that was established pursuant to a Constitution dated 22 October 2001 (the "Constitution").

The Constitution has been prepared so that if the investors consider it appropriate or if the law requires it, the Fund can become a registered fund ("Registered Fund") with minimal change to the Constitution.

At that time the trustee (called Responsible Entity in the Constitution) will need to become licensed to operate registered funds or be replaced.

Currently River Capital holds a Financial Services License which entitles it to, amongst other things, operate managed investment schemes that do not require registration. While the Fund remains unregistered, the level of reporting and amount of information about the Fund on the public record is significantly less than if the Fund were a registered fund.

What is a wholesale investor?

A wholesale investor is defined in section 761G of the Corporations Act 2001.

The requirements of the definition are:

- If the value of the interests that an investor applies for is equal to or exceeds $AU500,000, the investor will be regarded as a wholesale investor

- If the investor provides a certificate from a qualified accountant that is dated not more than six months ago stating that the investor has net assets of at least $2.5 million or had a gross income for each of the last two financial years of at least $250,000 per annum, the investor will be regarded as a wholesale investor

- If the investor is a "professional investor" as defined in section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001, the investor will be regarded as a wholesale investor

How do I invest with River Capital?

If you are a wholesale investor and you wish to find out more about investing with River Capital, please email Josh Ackman at josh@rivercapital.com.au or phone us on 03 9825 5111 to arrange a presentation or talk to your financial advisor.

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