Frequently asked questions

Q: What Is a Fund?
A: A fund is a pool of money that is allocated for a specific purpose. A fund can be established for any purpose whatsoever, whether it is a city government setting aside money to build a new civic center, a college setting aside money to award a scholarship, an insurance company setting aside money to pay its customers’ claims and a financial company allocate money from individuals to reach higher return.

Q: How Funds Work?
A: Individuals, businesses, and governments all use funds to set aside money. Individuals might establish an emergency fund or rainy-day fund to pay for unforeseen expenses or a trust fund to set aside money for a specific person.

Q: What are some common Types of Funds?
A: Trust funds are legal arrangement set up by a grantor who appoints a trustee to administer valuable assets for the benefit of a listed beneficiary for a period of time, after which all or a portion of the funds are released to the beneficiary or beneficiaries
Mutual funds are investment funds managed by professional managers who allocate the funds received from individual investors into stocks, bonds, and/or other assets.
Hedge funds are investment vehicles for high-net-worth individuals or institutions designed to increase the return on investors’ pooled funds by incorporating high-risk strategies such as short selling, derivatives, and leverage.
Government bond funds are for investors looking to put their money away in low-risk investments through Treasury securities, such as Treasury bonds, or agency-issued debt, such as securities issued by Fannie Mae.

Q: Does Beaver Capital has financial license in Australia?
A: AFSL (Financial License) is 306534.

Q: There are various funds in the market, why should I choose Beaver Capital?
A: Beaver Capital is committed to being a responsible fund management institution, letting investment create value, value promotes investment, and creates a win-win situation

Q: how do I invest in a Beaver Capital fund?
A: 1. Visit the How to invest page and select the relevant fund.
2. Make sure you have read and understood the Information Memorandum.
3. Complete and submit the EOI Form, or contact us through email and phone.

Q: Where can I find information about the funds?
A: Offer documents for each of the funds—including Information Memorandum, Additional Information Booklet, Application Form—can be found on the How to invest page.

Q: I don’t know which fund to invest in. Can you help?
A: Our Client Services team can assist with general enquiries, but can’t make any product recommendations or determine whether a fund will meet your personal needs.
If you’re unsure, you should speak with your financial adviser.

Q: Do management invest in BC’s products?
A: Many BC employees, including key members of the investment team, have co-invested their personal money in BC’s investment products alongside our clients. There has been a clear alignment of management and employee interests with those of our investors since the firm’s inception.