River Capital Growth Fund

The River Capital Growth Fund makes strategic investments in small to medium sized Australian listed businesses and ‘best of breed’ international companies. We choose investments in sectors where River Capital has deep knowledge and proven expertise.

The Growth Fund’s objective is to meet investors’ requirements for capital preservation and superior investment returns over the medium to long-term.

We invest in businesses that are expected to generate pre-tax returns of at least 15 per cent per annum. The fund’s average return exceeds 20 per cent per annum after all fund expenses and prior to performance fees.

River Capital selects investment options after a rigorous assessment which requires that the following criteria are met:

Our focus on capital preservation means we can hold discretionary cash (and cash equivalent) reserves. Our approach enables us to position with an appropriate margin of safety to outperform traditional equity funds with reduced levels of risk and volatility.

Please contact us to discuss the River Capital Growth Fund and its relevance to your investment profile.

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Our Investment Performance

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Unit Price & Distributions History

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Important Investor Information

The offer of units in the River Capital Credit Fund will only be made to Investors who are classified as wholesale investors for the purposes of the Corporations Act.

Generally this means that before we will accept any applications for subscription for units having a total value of less than $AU500,000, intending investors must demonstrate to us that they are a wholesale investor as defined in 761G of the Corporations Act 2001 and can provide a certificate from a qualified accountant that is no older than six months stating that they have a minimum of $2.5 million in net assets or $250,000 gross income for each of the last two years, or that they are otherwise classified as a "professional investor".

If you are unsure as to whether you are a wholesale or professional investor, you should contact your professional advisor.