Simple truths are often the best. Money is hard to earn. Savings can be difficult to replace. Obtaining the best possible return on your savings is a key objective but preserving the underlying capital is even more important. This is fully understood by Angas Prime in dealing with investor funds.
Angas Prime will be led in 2020 by experienced personnel with strong foundations in the business. Pictured are Brian Doherty, Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Harvey, Head of Credit and Andrew Luckhurst-Smith, Executive Chairman. Together, they comprise the Credit Committee which approves all loan investments made by Angas Prime and has oversight of the conduct and performance of those investments until they are discharged.
The close relationship that Angas Securities enjoys with its customer and business introducers has been built up during twenty years as a non-bank lender. The key relationships have been forged through changing conditions to underpin a reliable deal flow for Angas Prime. The result is a competitive advantage that drives returns for Angas Prime investors.
Now may be the right time to change gears and put your funds to work in a pool of first mortgages, registered over Australian real estate. Angas Prime may be the favourable alternative that you have been looking for. Angas Prime will pay income to you each month during the term of your investment, leaving you free to concentrate on the things in life that you enjoy.
Since its establishment in 1984 as Prime Mortgage Trust the Fund, which became Angas Prime in 2010, has delivered returns through the management of pooled funds invested in registered mortgages over Australian real property.
Randal Williams accepted an offer to join the Angas Securities board of directors, effective 1 March 2019. Mr Williams is a highly experienced financial services lawyer and senior executive who is the current Managing Director at Melbourne private investment and consulting firm T C Wollaston & Co. He previously held several key roles during a fifteen year career at La Trobe Financial Services (“La Trobe”) in Melbourne. In his time at La Trobe, its funds management business grew from approximately $1 billion in 2003 to around $7 billion in 2018.