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Single Asset Exposure Limited

Single Asset Exposure Limited (SAEL) is the latest investment innovation developed by Boston Managed Investments Limited (BMIL).

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Single Asset Exposure Limited (SAEL) is the latest investment innovation developed by Boston Managed Investments Limited (BMIL). Delivered to the market as a stand-alone business in 2017, SAEL aims to provide wholesale and sophisticated investors with the opportunity to take direct tradable allocations in single asset exposures. You, as the investor, make the decision on which asset to invest in based on your experience, knowledge and risk profile.

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These single assets investments may include secured income producing assets with a specific focus on real property and/or first registered mortgages, or you may wish to take an equity/income position in a specific property. If your risk appetite extends further up the risk curve, you may choose an equity only type investment that includes development and construction funding.

In addition to traditional property based assets, SAEL will also participate in the new Federal Government legislated “crowd source equity funding” programs. (Currently SAEL is awaiting the final regulations to be produced around this type of investment vehicle.) SAEL will also participate in providing opportunities via the Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnerships which can provide qualifying investment returns as capital gains tax exempt.

By using carefully managed corporate and trust structures, dedicated to managing a single asset, SAEL provides its investors with the ability to participate in investments that have previously been only possible to invest in on a whole of asset basis.

Trading

  • Fully Funded
  • 6% p.a. Capital Growth (Expected)
  • 6.5% p.a. Net Distribution
  • 13.27% p.a. Total Return
FundStanmore Property Trust
Asset TypeUnit Trust
Asset Size$11,943,558
Capital Growth6% p.a.
Interest Paid6.5% p.a.
Expected Asset Life3 Years
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Trading

  • Fully Funded
  • 6% p.a. Capital Growth (Expected)
  • 6.5% p.a. Net Distribution
  • 13.27% p.a. Total Return
FundHotel Salisbury Investment Fund
Asset TypeUnit Trust
Asset Size$3,000,000
Capital Growth6% p.a.
Interest Paid6.5% p.a.
Expected Asset Life3 Years
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Closed / Capital Repaid

  • 100% Capital Repaid
  • 17.20% p.a Capital Growth
  • 12.00% p.a Net Distribution
  • 29.20% p.a Total Return
Fund2017 Lightleasing
Asset TypeRPS
Asset Size$341,768.52
Capital Growth17.20% p.a
Interest Paid12.00% p.a
Expected Asset Life5 years
Closed Date11/07/2018
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Closed / Capital Repaid

  • 100% Capital Repaid
  • N/A Capital Growth
  • 13.50% p.a Net Distribution
  • 13.50% p.a Total Return
FundThink Tank Special Situations
Asset TypeUnit Trust
Asset Size$3,100,000.00
Capital GrowthN/A
Interest Paid13.50% p.a
Expected Asset Life4 years
Closed Date19/04/2018
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Closed / Capital Repaid

  • Fully Funded
  • 10.00% p.a Capital Growth
  • 4.05% p.a Net Distribution
  • 14.05% p.a Total Return
Fund2016 TT Series 1
Asset TypeOrd. Shares/Conv. Notes
Asset Size$3,499,925
Capital Growth10.00% p.a
Interest Paid4.05% p.a
Expected Asset Life2 years
Closed Date19/04/2018
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Closed / Capital Repaid

  • 100% Capital Repaid
  • N/A Capital Growth
  • 11.32% p.a Net Distribution
  • 11.32% p.a Total Return
Fund2015 TT-RPS
Asset TypeRPS
Asset Size$3,499,925
Capital GrowthN/A
Interest Paid11.32% p.a
Expected Asset Life15 months
Closed Date30/06/2015
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Closed / Capital Repaid

  • 100% Capital Repaid
  • 21.00% p.a Capital Growth
  • 9.50% p.a Net Distribution
  • 20.27% p.a Total Return
Fund2013 TT-RPS
Asset TypeRPS
Asset Size$2,000,000
Capital Growth21.00% p.a
Interest Paid 9.50% p.a
Expected Asset Life2 years
Closed Date02/02/2015
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