Distributions are the profit earned by the fund which is then paid to investors. Distributions are expressed as cents per unit, for example, if a distribution of 3 cents was paid and you hold 1000 units you will be paid a distribution of $30 (1000 x $0.03). Distributions can include different types of income including; dividends, interest and realised capital gains.
The unit price of the fund will fall by a corresponding amount when distribution is paid.
To view the latest distributions for the DDH Managed Funds please click here.
Distribution tax components
To view the distribution component information for funds managed by DDH Graham Limited please click here.
Please note that these distribution tax components provide general information only and do not take into account your individual taxation or financial objectives, situation or needs. You should not rely on this information for the purposes of completing your income tax returns.
To view the distributions for the DDH Managed Funds for the 2016/17, 2015/16, 2014/15, 2013/2014 and 2012/2013 Financial Years please click here.