The information provided on this page has been prepared by Industry Funds Investments Limited (IFI) - ABN 17 006 883 227, AFSL 229881. IFI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Industry Fund Services Limited (IFS) - ABN 54 007 016 195, AFSL 232514. IFS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Industry Super Holdings Pty Ltd - ABN 71 119 748 060, which in turn is owned by a number of major superannuation funds.

Funds

IFI’s primary function is to act as corporate trustee, and is trustee for the following Registerable Superannuation Entities:

IFM International Private Equity Fund I (ABN 27 876 336 538)

The IFM International Private Equity Fund is designed for Australian Superannuation Fund investors to invest in a diversified international private equity portfolio.

IFM International Private Equity Funds (ABN 40 869 828 619)

The IFM International Private Equity Fund is designed for Australian Superannuation Fund investors to invest in a diversified international private equity portfolio.

IFM International Private Equity Fund III (ABN 21 393 445 075)

The IFM International Private Equity Fund is designed for Australian Superannuation Fund investors to invest in a diversified international private equity portfolio.

Governance

The Responsible Officers of IFI are Cath Bowtell, Csaba Baranyai and Natalie Lister. Each of these persons is also an executive officer of Industry Fund Services Limited (IFS) which provides administrative and investment services to Industry Funds Investments Limited (IFI).

The Board of IFS also acts as the Board of IFI and its members have therefore also been appointed directors of IFI.

Outsourced Providers

The following outsourced providers provide services to IFI:

  • Asset Custodian – J.P. Morgan Chase & Co (ABN 43 074 112 011)
  • Administration and Investment services – IFM Investors Pty Ltd (ABN 67 107 247 727)

Governing Documents

Proxy Voting

IFI has outsourced the responsibility of proxy voting to IFM. IFM will provide recommendations to IFI in relation to proxy voting. More information about how IFM exercise proxy voting rights can be found here.