Our APS Foundation supporters
We are extremely grateful for the support we receive from a number of generous fund managers, who provide us with their investment services pro bono, to assist with the management of the APS Foundation (APSF).
We sincerely thank the following companies for their kind support.
Aberdeen Asset Management is a global asset management company based in the UK and listed on the London Stock Exchange. Operating out of 25 countries, their clients are typically large institutions, including central banks, national and corporate pension funds, insurance companies and sovereign wealth funds, as well as intermediaries and retail investors.
Anacacia Capital is an award winning Australian private equity firm focused on small-medium enterprises (SMEs). Its investors include institutions, family offices and high net worth individuals. Its Wattle Fund actively invests in small listed companies and its private equity funds invest in small private companies often managing ownership change, succession, management buyouts, growth and new acquisitions.
Auscap Asset Management was founded in 2012 by Tim Carleton and Matthew Parker. Auscap is a value-based Australian equities manager. Auscap manages the Auscap Long Short Australian Equities Fund which targets solid absolute risk-adjusted returns, looking to invest in companies that generate strong cash flows and are trading at attractive prices. Tim and Matt have over 30 years of combined experience in the financial services industry, previously managing Australian equities long/short portfolios at leading global investment banks. They are both investors in the fund.
Commonwealth Securities Limited (CommSec) is an online trading platform that offers a range of industry products and resources. CommSec is a wholly owned subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
DS Capital was established in 2012 by James Davis and Rodney Brott to manage their equities investments and those of likeminded co-investors. Today they have over 120 investors. Their process combines a professional, disciplined, research driven approach to invest in and actively manage a concentrated ‘best of breed’ portfolio of listed industrial businesses. They aim to make returns for investors but are always mindful of preserving investor’s capital. They value their relationships with investors and will not be a ‘faceless institution’.
Elstree Investment Management Limited is an executive owned funds management business. Elstree funds invest in a diverse range of floating rate credit securities called hybrids, designed to deliver capital stable franked income returns on a consistent basis.
Evans & Partners aims to provide a person-to-person, highly-attentive stock-broking service for all Australians.
Eternal Growth Partners, launched in April 2011, is a Sydney based private investment company that invests in Australian listed businesses.
Impact Investment Group (IIG) is a leading Australian impact investment funds manager, a certified B Corporation and a member of the Responsible Investment Association Australasia. IIG sources and develops investments across various asset classes that not only generate social and environmental value throughout the investment’s life, but also deliver attractive commercial financial returns for investors.
Magellan Financial Group is a specialist funds management business based in Sydney. Magellan Asset Management Limited (‘Magellan’) manages global equities and global listed infrastructure strategies for high net worth, retail and institutional investors.
Paradice Investment Management was established in 1999 and manages over $8 billion in assets for institutional and high net worth clients in Australian Small, Mid, and Large Cap equity strategies as well as a Global Small Mid Cap equities.
Centennial Asset Management is an independent Australian asset management business, manager of the Level 18 Fund – a long/short equity fund with a bias towards investing in smaller capitalised companies. They are focused on building wealth over the long term by investing for absolute returns rather than for a return relative to any particular index.