Get access to the 5th best performing fund manager in Australia

Julius Garofali

Shaw Stockbroking

Get access to the 5th best performing fund manager in Australia. via their new Listed Investment Company (LIC) IPO. CBG Capital (ASX: CBC) is ranked 5th in Australia (by Mercer Invt Surveys) producing a consistent +11.1% return p.a over the past 5 years, or +18.9% p.a over the past 3 years. The 5 year time frame covers some of the most volatile periods the Australian stock market has experienced. Taking into account events like the April - Oct 2011 -20% pull back. How has your portfolio behaved over this period? The LIC is seeking to raise up to 50m shares @ $1.00 & with a 1 for 1 free attaching option (exercisable at $1.00 on or before the 30/09/16).The closest comparison is Qv Equities Ltd (ASX: QVE) which floated on 22nd August '14 @ $1.00 per share & with a 1 for 1 free attaching option (QVEO). QVE last @ 99.5c and QVEO (the options) are trading @ 3.8c = Total package last @ $103.3 Please click the following link to view the CBG Capital (CBC.ASX) IPO opportunity. (VIEW LINK)

Julius Garofali
Julius Garofali
Senior Private Wealth Adviser
Shaw Stockbroking

Julius Garofali has 13 years experience in financial services encompassing trading, portfolio and risk management, equities, derivatives, funds, bonds and fixed interest. Previous to Shaw's, Julius has client managed some of Europe's largest banks...


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