Property Value Add Fund (PVAF)

BCP Asset Management (BCP AM) is one of the leading, independently owned, investment managers in the Irish market and has been successfully investing money for investors since 1969. Over this 50-year plus history BCP has navigated investors through a variety of economic and investment market conditions. BCP AM adopts a conservative approach to investment markets, combined with a proven ability to identify attractively valued investment opportunities and generate real growth for investors’ portfolios.

The BCP Property Value Add Fund is a regulated open-ended Unit Trust with full discretionary mandate. It is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland as a Qualifying Investor Alternative Investment Fund (QIAIF) and utilises equity and debt to fund real estate investments.

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Please note the fund re-values the underlying assets in the fund twice a year (in June and December). Subscriptions need to be made to the fund prior to the May and November cut-off dates to be impacted (positively or negatively) by any movements in the Fund NAV that are incurred as a result of the asset revaluations. Asset revaluations are carried out by external, independent valuation agents.

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Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance. If you invest in this Fund you will not have any access to your money for at least 2 years. Where redemption requests exceed the cash in the Fund, or 10% of the NAV of the Fund, the Fund retains the right to freeze redemptions to avoid circumstances such as a forced sale of assets. The value of the property assets may fall as well as rise and it is possible that you may lose the total amount invested. The risks involved in geared property are greater than property without gearing. Your investment in this Fund may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates. Deductions for charges and expenses are not made uniformly throughout the life of the product but are loaded onto the early period. This is a capital at risk product.