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The Barwon Institutional Healthcare Property Fund was launched in November 2016 and aims to provide institutional investors with a portfolio of equity investments in Australian healthcare properties.
The Fund comprises a high quality, diversified portfolio of healthcare properties including hospitals, private specialist facilities, day surgeries & medical centres and ancillary healthcare assets.
The Fund aims to provide investors with an attractive income return, quarterly distributions, and the potential for capital growth.
The Fund holds an Australian portfolio of 25+ assets and is comprised of healthcare properties including:
All assets are located in Australia in metropolitan and major regional locations
As at 30 September 2023
|Fund Name||NAV Price||Income Return ITD p.a.||Capital Return ITD p.a.||Total Return ITD p.a.||Fund Inception|
|Barwon Institutional Healthcare Property Fund||1.3308||4.70%||4.93%||9.63%||2-Dec-16|
The performance figures are net of taxes, fees and expenses and assuming distributions are reinvested.
While reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of this content, Barwon Investment Partners Pty Limited ABN 19 116 012 009 AFSL 298445 makes no representation as to the accuracy or completeness of any statement in it, including without limitation, any forecasts. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
The Barwon Institutional Healthcare Property Fund is the first Australian healthcare fund to be awarded a 3 Star Green Star rating
Barwon seeks to be Australia’s leading manager in healthcare real estate with respect to its ESG program. The Barwon Institutional Healthcare Property Fund is conscious of its carbon footprint, and is actively taking steps to reduce it, including but not limited to:
The Barwon Institutional Healthcare Property Fund is uniquely positioned to enact meaningful social benefit from its investment activities.
The BIHPF has made significant commitments to a range of social initiatives, including building the only dedicated young adult mental health hospital in Canberra. With its partners, Barwon has invested extensively in mental health and cancer care facilities across Australia. We seek to identify investment opportunities that not only provide attractive returns for our investors but also provide tangible benefits for the local communities in which we invest.
Barwon seeks to engage with high quality stakeholders who have reputations in business and in the wider community founded on high ethical and moral standards. Barwon’s governance framework reflects our duty to act in our clients’ best interests at all times and in compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Barwon maintains an ESG Committee which provides guidance to the Barwon investment verticals.