One Investment Group has in excess of 100 retail and wholesale registered (and unregistered) funds for which members of the One Investment Group act as Responsible Entity or Trustee for. These funds are focused on a variety of asset classes including real estate, infrastructure, cash, fixed interest, hedge funds and equities.
One Investment Group’s role for many of these funds is to provide an independent Responsible Entity or Trustee service. Where One Investment Group performs this function, the funds have external managers, however members of the One Investment Group are responsible for compliance and ongoing satisfaction of legislative and regulatory requirements.
The funds are focused on a variety of asset classes including hedge funds, real estate, infrastructure, cash, fixed interest and equities.
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- Property Funds:
- Equity Funds:
- Fund of Funds:
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