Macquarie ETFs_Income active ETF_Credit active ETF_MQIO

Exchange Traded Funds

Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) (ASX:MQIO)

Explore Macquarie ETFs

Clear philosophy

Focus on preserving capital and managing liquidity

Flexible strategy

Potential for attractive returns across different market conditions

Income

Monthly distributions, potential to outperform cash

Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund)

Swipe for more
Fund facts  
Investment objective The Fund aims to outperform the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index# (Benchmark) over the medium term (before fees). It also aims to provide higher income returns than traditional cash investments regardless of interest rates or economic cycles.
Benchmark Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index
Management team Brett Lewthwaite, David Hanna, Andrew Vonthethoff
Inception date (Unquoted Class) 18 September 2003
Active ETF – Date quoted on the ASX 22 November 2023
Total fund size (Unquoted Class and
Active ETF)
A$2,956.7m (current as at 1 February 2024)
Management fee 0.492% pa of the net asset value of the Fund
Distribution frequency Generally monthly
Distribution reinvestment plan (DRP) Yes
Issuer Macquarie Investment Management Australia Limited
Registry Apex Fund Services Pty Ltd
ASX Ticker MQIO
APIR code MAQ7489AU

Read the Product Disclosure Statement for more details on fees and expenses that may be charged.

Swipe for more

No results message:
Displayed when filters returns no results.

Service unavailable:
Displayed when filter service cannot be reached.

 

To view the performance of the Macquarie Income Opportunities Fund, please click here.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Total returns are calculated based on changes in net asset values and assumes the reinvestment of distributions. The tables above show the performance of both the unquoted class (Macquarie Income Opportunities Fund) and quoted class (Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund)) of the Fund. The performance of the quoted class of units in the Fund may differ from the performance of the unquoted class due to factors such as differences in the timing of issue of units issued on reinvestment of distributions. Investors in the quoted class of units should use the past performance of the unquoted class prior to the inception date of the quoted class for illustrative purposes only and, from the inception date of the quoted class, should refer to the quoted class performance.

The performance information shown above may differ to the information in the performance report due to rounding.

* Inception date for the Fund is 19 September 2003. Inception date for the quoted class of units in the Fund (Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund)) is 8 November 2023.

** Total net returns are quoted after the deduction of all fees and expenses. Total returns are calculated based on changes in net asset values and assumes the reinvestment of distributions. Due to individual investor circumstances, your net returns may differ from the net returns quoted above.

***The Benchmark is the Bloomberg AusBond Bank Bill Index.

NAV (Net Asset Value)

Swipe for more

No results message:
Displayed when filters returns no results.

Service unavailable:
Displayed when filter service cannot be reached.

The above table shows the NAV unit price for the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund). It is provided for informational purposes only. Investors, other than Authorised Participants, can only buy and sell units in the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) on the ASX. The trading price of units in the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) on the ASX on a day may vary from the NAV unit price on that same day due to factors that do not affect the NAV unit price such as investor demand and the bid/ask spreads applied by Authorised Participants. Typically, the price at which Authorised Participants will be willing to buy units from investors on a day will be less than the NAV unit price on that same day and the price at which Authorised Participants are willing to sell units to investors on a day will be higher than the NAV unit price on that same day.

The NAV unit prices listed above are cum prices calculated as at the specified valuation date. Cum price means that income, realised capital gains and any returns of capital (which form part of the distribution) are included in the unit price. While all due care has been taken in the calculation of the unit prices, such information may be updated where necessary.

Distribution history

Swipe for more

No results message:
Displayed when filters returns no results.

Service unavailable:
Displayed when filter service cannot be reached.

The above table shows the NAV unit price for the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund). It is provided for informational purposes only. Investors, other than Authorised Participants, can only buy and sell units in the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) on the ASX. The trading price of units in the Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) on the ASX on a day may vary from the NAV unit price on that same day due to factors that do not affect the NAV unit price.

The NAV unit prices listed above are ex prices calculated as at the specified valuation date. Ex price means that income, realised capital gains and any returns of capital (which form part of the distribution) are not included in the unit price. While all due care has been taken in the calculation of the unit prices, such information may be updated where necessary.

Risks

All investments carry risk. Different investments carry different levels of risk, depending on the investment strategy and the underlying investments. Generally, the higher the potential return of an investment, the greater the risk (including the potential for loss and unit price variability over the short or long term). The risks of investing in this Fund include:

Investment risk: The Fund seeks to generate higher income returns than traditional cash investments. The risk of an investment in the Fund is higher than an investment in a typical bank account or term deposit. Amounts distributed to unitholders may fluctuate, as may the Fund’s unit price. The unit price may vary by material amounts, even over short periods of time, including during the period between a redemption request being made and the time the redemption unit price is calculated.

Manager risk: There is no guarantee that the Fund will achieve its performance objectives, produce returns that are positive, or compare favourably against its peers. The Investment Manager may change its investment strategies and internal trading guidelines over time, and there is no guarantee that such changes would produce favourable outcomes.

Income securities risk: The Fund may have exposure to a range of income securities, including high yield, emerging markets and structured securities. The value of these securities may fall, for example due to market volatility, interest rate movements, perceptions of credit quality, supply and demand pressures, market sentiment, or issuer default. These risks may be greater for securities offering higher returns, for example high yield or emerging market securities. Income security risk may cause unit price volatility and/or financial loss to the Fund.

More information on the risks of investing in the Fund is contained in the Product Disclosure Statement, which should be considered before deciding to invest in the Fund.

The Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) is quoted on the ASX and can be traded using the ticker ASX:MQIO

To invest in the Active ETF class of the Fund, follow the steps below:

1

Before investing, read the Target Market Determination (TMD) and only invest in the Active ETF if you consider that you are in the target market for the Active ETF


2

Read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) – Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) and check for PDS updates


3

Buy on the ASX via your share trading account, platform, stockbroker or financial adviser with ticker ASX:MQIO



For further information on investing in Macquarie ETFs, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Alternatively, to invest in the unquoted class of the Macquarie Income Opportunities Fund, please click here.

Contact us

Email

Macquarie Asset Management
Client Service
mam.clientservice@macquarie.com

Mail

PO Box R1723
Royal Exchange,
NSW 1225, Australia

For enquiries call

Free call (AU): 1800 814 523
International: +61 2 8245 4900
Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm (Sydney time)

Regulatory documents

Reports

Other materials

Update your contact details, distribution election, banking information, TFN/ABN and FATCA/CRS information by completing our Change of Details form and FATCA/CRS self-certification form or appoint authorised signatories to your account by completing our Appointment of Authorised Signatories form, which are all found here.

Expand your active ETF knowledge

Learn more about investing in active ETFs and explore useful resources.

Important information: Please review the Target Market Determination for the Fund available at macquarieim.com/TMD and consider if the Fund may be suitable for you.

Macquarie Income Opportunities Active ETF (Managed Fund) is a separate class of units in the Macquarie Income Opportunities Fund (ARSN 102 261 834). A separate class of units is not a separate managed investment scheme.