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Boston Private Income Fund

Boston Managed Investments Limited is pleased to announce the delivery of our latest fixed income investment product the Boston Private Income Fund Unit Trust (BPIF).

As has been the case in the development of our existing income funds, Boston Managed Investments Limited has carefully researched and monitored the development of funding structures amongst domestic and foreign Financial Institutions in the post Global Financial Crisis (GFC) landscape with an emphasis on the activity of those structures within the Australian commercial real estate environment.


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Boston Private Income Fund Media Articles

As a freshly established fund, the Boston Private Income Fund carries no impaired assets arising from the previous dislocation in credit and financial markets, and has been established to take advantage of the expected normalisation of credit markets in the coming period.

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Boston Private Income Fund Information Memorandum

The Boston Private Income Fund (BPIF) is an Income Fund which commenced operations in September 2016. BPIF continues the successful investment strategy implemented by The Boston Group over the last 10 years.

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Boston Managed Investments Limited is a Sydney based company providing a range of income producing funds to the Wholesale and Sophisticated Investor market.

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    Australian Financial Review.

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  • RBA rates on hold in first meeting of 2019 – 5 February 2019

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    The Reserve Bank of Australia has held the official interest rate steady at 1.5 per cent, acknowledging risks have increased and downgrading its …

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  • Retirees angry about franking refunds are ‘perfectly entitled to vote against us’: Chris Bowen – 30 January 2019

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    Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen said retirees unhappy with Labor’s plan to¬†scrap cash payments for excess franking credits¬†were free to take their vote elsewhere …

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