Perpetual High Grade Treasury Fund Class R units

The Perpetual High Grade Treasury Fund is an enhanced cash portfolio and is designed for investors looking for above cash rate returns, income and capital stability. 

Features and Benefits

  • Regular income

    The Fund offers investors the benefits of regular quarterly income.

  • Cash plus

    The Fund aims to provide above cash returns.

  • Capital conservation focus

    The Fund seeks to manage risk through active management and a focus on liquid securities.

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    Experienced team

    The Fund is managed by one of Australia’s most experienced Credit and Fixed Income teams.

Perpetual High Grade Treasury Fund Class R units

Pricing & Performance

Performance as at 31/10/2019

Returns as at 31/10/2019

  Growth % Distribution % Total %
1 month 0.17 -- 0.17
3 month -0.16 0.55 0.39
6 month 0.15 1.21 1.37
1 year 0.30 2.63 2.93
3 year 0.06 2.86 2.91
5 year 0.08 2.86 2.94
10 year -- -- --

Unit Prices as at 14/11/2019

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Frequency Quarterly
Cents per Unit 0.565
Reinvestment Price 1.020
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Fund Commencement Date

March 2011

Details & Fees

About this fund

  • Fund Manager

    Perpetual Investment Management Limited

  • Asset Class

    Cash and fixed income

  • Suggested Length

    1 year or longer

Investment Objective

Aims to provide investors with regular income by investing in deposits, money market and fixed income securities.

Investment Approach

The Fund invests in a diversified portfolio of securities. By investing in corporate debt, asset-backed securities and debt-like hybrid securities and discount securities, we aim to enhance returns while substantially retaining the low-risk characteristics of an enhanced cash fund.

The Fund aims to achieve its objective by:
- diversifying the Fund amongst different securities issued by various borrowers
- identifying and investing in relative value within the universe of credit securities
- actively managing for changes in market-wide and security-specific margins
- actively managing the portfolio with respect to interest rates, swap and credit margins and managing the portfolio's sensitivity to these.

Investment Details

Minimum Initial Investment Nil


Entry Nil
Exit Nil
Management Fee (p.a.) 0.30%. Refer to PDS for Management Costs.
Buy / Sell Spread 0.05% / 0.05%

Investment Guidelines


March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31

How to Invest

  1. Perpetual Wholesale Funds feature Perpetual’s leading investment management capabilities. They are designed for individual and wholesale investors, and super fund trustees, with $25,000 or more to invest. You can also invest through investor directed portfolio services.

    Continuous disclosure and updates

    Find out more about Perpetual Wholesale Funds

  2. Making an investment

    Review the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and related documents to ensure you understand how the fund works and the risks involved. 

    Online Application


    Send your completed application & identification documents to:

    Perpetual Wholesale Funds

    GPO Box 4171, Sydney NSW 2001

    Customer Identification Requirements


    All forms, offer documents and PDS’s can be found in Forms, PDS's and Offer Documents page in our Resources section.

  3. If you are an institutional investor


    Please contact one of our institutional relationship managers or phone 1800 110 941. 

Perpetual Investment Management Limited ABN 18 000 866 535 AFSL 234426 and Perpetual Superannuation Limited ABN 84 008 416 831 AFSL 225246 are the issuers of the Funds. You should consider the relevant Fund product disclosure statement or other offer document before deciding whether to invest.

Returns have been calculated using exit prices after taking into account all ongoing fees, and assuming reinvestment of distributions. No allowance has been made for entry fees, exit fees or where applicable taxation. Future returns may bear no relationship to the historical information displayed. The returns shown represent past returns only and are not indicative of future returns of a Fund. Returns on a Fund can be particularly volatile in the short term and in some periods may be negative.