November 5th 2013: As part of our ongoing commitment to our unit holders, Unit Trust is streamlining its operations to meet market changes, by pursuing opportunities that not only enhance our competitiveness but complement our Unitholders’ investment strategies.
For some time now, the Corporation’s Cayman Islands registered funds which comprises the Asia Pacific Fund, the Latin American Fund, the European Fund, the Global Bond Fund and the Energy Fund, have been severely affected by global economic challenges and have not performed up to expectations. In addition after five years of operation the Funds have not grown sufficiently to be able to sustain their full operating costs, having only attracted 902 investors who hold less than US$6million in the five funds combined. This is in comparison to the Growth and Income Fund, which has over 235,000 investors who hold investments of over TT$4 billion in the fund. In light of this, the Board has taken the decision to close these particular Cayman Funds. Read More