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We provide a simple, low-cost way to expose your clients to a diversified portfolio of Australian equities.

Why choose AFIC for your clients?

  • Diversified portfolio primarily of Australian and New Zealand equities
  • Low management cost of 0.14% and no additional performance fees
  • Tax-effective income via fully franked dividends
  • Consistent after tax paid investment returns achieved over the long-term
  • Professionally managed with an experienced board, investment and management team
  • Easy to invest with no hidden costs
  • Regular shareholder meetings
  • AFIC is Australia’s largest listed investment company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Established in 1928, we specialise in investing in Australian equities.

    Portfolio Facts

  • AFIC invests in a diverse range of Australian companies generally held for the long-term
  • Portfolio size: $9.7 billion at 27 February 2024
  • Investment style: active, fundamental, bottom-up, value
  • Suggested duration: 5-10 years
  • Net asset backing: released every month with top 25 investments
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    Listed Investment Companies (LICs) are similar to managed funds but differ in important ways that allow for long-term investment, low fees, and fully franked dividends.

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    LICs are closed-end funds with a fixed number of shares that are traded on the ASX. As a result, AFIC does not issue or cancel shares as investors enter and leave the fund. This allows us to concentrate on the performance of the portfolio over the long term.

    Furthermore, the closed-end structure removes the motivation to shadow indices, allowing us to remain focused on the long-term investment horizon. The costs of administering the fund are also reduced as we are not continually issuing and redeeming units.

    The company structure of AFIC allows us to pay shareholder returns after tax, usually as fully franked dividends.

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