Elstree Investment Management Limited

AFSL 225721

Elstree Investments Fixed Interest Fund Managers

Elstree specialises in producing capital stable franked income returns.


Capital stable, franked income returns are the investment mantra of self-managed superannuation retirees.

At Elstree Investment Management Limited we cater for this mantra.

Our Funds, which invest in a diverse range of floating rate credit securities called hybrids, are designed to deliver capital stable franked income returns on a consistent basis.

We offer pooled products for retail and wholesale investors and individually negotiated mandates for institutional investors with a minimum investment designate of $20 million. We also offer Model Portfolio construction advice for IMA and SMA investors through dealer groups and platform providers.

Our products are ideal for;

(1) Self-managed retail and wholesale superannuants looking for capital stable franked income returns for the pension component of their superannuation portfolio,

(2) Not for profit entities that require stable franked income return outcomes and

(3) Institutional wholesale investors seeking to hedge inflation risk and looking for uncorrelated return outcomes.

Our Funds

Australian Enhanced Income Fund NAV (ASX Code AYF)

Latest: 31 October 2016. $5.94.
Previous 30 September 2016. $5.8825 (Ex-Distribution).

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Elstree Enhanced Income Fund NAV

Latest: 30 November $0.7571
Previous: 29 November 2016 $0.7561.

Previous month end (31 October 2016) $0.7518.

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Latest Fact Sheets

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Latest Press. November 2016. Elstree in the ASX

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Crown Notes - a 2nd postscript (July 2016)


It was only a month or so ago that we wrote a piece on the Crown demerger and the implication for the 2 outstanding pieces of sub debt, CWNHA and CWNHB. In our piece we said that we were not surprised by the demerger and the resultant revaluation of the Notes.

We continue to believe the Notes are undervalued.

We base our view on the fact that there is an inconsistency between the pricing of senior debt issued by Crown and the Notes. At a spread margin of greater than 8% (based on the closing price of $85 on July 13) the CWNHB appears mispriced relative to senior debt issued by Crown at circa 2.1%. Perhaps the market is not as sanguine about Crown’s corporate message and the maintenance of an investment grade credit rating as we are.

In our piece we explain our thinking.

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Deutsche Bank AG. Talk of a 'bail out or bail in'. Should we be concerned?


There has been a lot of commentary recently about Deutsche Bank in relation to the US Justice Department’s US$14 billion fine imposed on the bank for its activities in the lead up to the GFC. Concerns about the viability of Deutsche Bank and talk of the possibility of a ‘bail in or a bail out’ have been doing the rounds for a while now.

We thought we would add our 2 Euro’s worth!

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