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    • chockydavid1983
    • By chockydavid1983 11th Jan 18, 3:03 PM
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    Thanks Bowlhead. The OCF was what I was looking for ideally but I'm struggling to find it for the property investment trusts whereas I can easily find it for the PAIFs :-/.
    • bowlhead99
    • By bowlhead99 11th Jan 18, 4:13 PM
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    Thanks Bowlhead. The OCF was what I was looking for ideally but I'm struggling to find it for the property investment trusts whereas I can easily find it for the PAIFs :-/.
    Originally posted by chockydavid1983
    They all publish their annual accounts so you can just take a look at the profit and loss account (income statement) and see what they spent on running the company compared to the size of their balance sheet. The management fee will be percentage based (in SL's case, 0.75% for the first x million of assets and a lower rate thereafter) and other major costs (eg administration or secretarial) may be percentage based or fixed fee based (usually there are footnotes in the financial statements detailing material fee agreements).
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