Returns as at 

The net return information for the Retail Class of the Orbis Global Equity Fund (Australia Registered) until 30 November 2015 is illustrative and based on returns of the wholesale class after applying the Retail Class fee. Returns from 1 December 2015 are actual returns of the Retail Class.

  • Time Periods

    • Trailing
    • Calendar Year
  • Return Type

    • Absolute
    • Gross Relative
  • Fee Structure 

    • Core RRF
    • Zero Base RRF
    • Base RRF
    • ICF
    • Retail Class
  • Reporting Currency

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      Inception Date
      30 Jun 2005
      Fund Currency
      AUD
      Gross of Fees
      Since
      Inc.
      Last
      10Y
      Last
      5Y
      Last
      3Y
      Latest
      1Y
      Last
      3M
      Latest
      1M
      Orbis Global Equity10.89.422.614.818.61.41.3
      MSCI World Index*6.35.116.611.411.9(1.5)0.3
      Net of Fees
      Since
      Inc.
      Last
      10Y
      Last
      5Y
      Last
      3Y
      Latest
      1Y
      Last
      3M
      Latest
      1M
      Orbis Global Equity (Retail Class)8.97.620.213.116.00.51.0

    Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Orbis Funds’ unit prices fluctuate and are not guaranteed. When making an investment in the Funds, an investor’s capital is at risk. Returns may decrease or increase as a result of currency fluctuations.


    Returns are calculated gross of all income, assume reinvestment of distributions and exclude any spreads that might be payable. Gross returns are net of all expenses (i.e. before the deduction of all fees). Net returns are net of all fees and expenses.

    Orbis Retail Class returns are based on a hypothetical investment in the class at the inception of the Fund with no subsequent transactions.

    *net of withholding taxes

    Returns, other than for periods less than one year, are annualised. Where returns are annualised, the average amount of money earned is expressed as a percentage each year over a given time period.


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