Coris Capital Gilt Fund
MANAGEMENT Fund Manager's Comment
Ronnie Retief, B Tech: BA, PDFP Mathematical Modeling of Derivatives
* 1997-1999: Fixed interest proprietary trader (BoE Bank) * 1999-2002: Fixed interest proprietary trader (PSG Investment Bank) * 2003-2006: Fixed interest research analyst; transition manager (SYmmETRY Multi-Manager) * 2006 to present: SMMI portfolio manager * He has 10 years' investment experience
Sanlam Multi Manager International
Sanlam Multi Manager International (SMMI) is an investment management business dedicated to active multi-management investing. It operates independently of the conventional investment management activities within the group, both in terms of staff and investment decisions. SMMI manages assets in excess of R90bn via more than 20 different funds for over 40 000 clients. SMMI is a globally integrated business with offices in South Africa and the United Kingdom (UK). The UK office is based in London and is responsible for advising in respect of the investment management of several Sanlam products and no less than 14 funds of UK Life Assurer Merchant Investors Assurance, covering a spread of asset classes and regions around the world.

The Coris Capital Gilt Fund is a multi-managed bond fund, which invests in income generating instruments such as government and public sector bonds, treasury bills, debentures and bank deposits. The fund's primary objective is to deliver sustainable income with some potential for capital growth. The fund's secondary objective is to outperform the BESA All Bond index, with less volatility. Key Features * The Coris Capital Gilt Fund comprises a combination of fixed income securities, gilts, semi-gilts, and liquid assets. * It provides the investor with an opportunity to invest in a fund, compared to equity funds, with a lower risk profile together with regular income and the potential for capital gains. Who Should Invest? * Investors with a moderate risk appetite who require regular income with the potential for capital gains. * Investors requiring a minimum holding in gilts/bonds to comply with pension fund regulations. The objective is to outperform the benchmark, delivering sustainable growth of capital and income.

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SectorDomestic-Fixed Interest-Bond
Sector Rank: out of 0
(lump sum over years to 31 MAR 2010)
Overall Rank: out of 0
(lump sum over years to 31 MAR 2010)
R1000 invested on was worth R at
(% annual compound return)
R100 per month since 31 May 2007 was worth R 3792 at 31 May 2010
( 3.34% annual return compounded monthly)
Formation Date:04 JAN 2000 Holdings:40
Original Price:100 Pricing:Forward
Top Holdings on 31 MAR 2010
Share (Sector)No.Value% of Fund
CASH (Cash on call)037,635 100.00 %
TOTAL R37,635100%

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