Eildon Debt Fund (EDF)

This is EFM’s most common investment structure and is ideal for investors who desire discretion over which investments they make and are happy to co-invest alongside others.

The Fund is a contributory trust, consisting of a portfolio of individually discrete loans.
Investors will have complete discretion to participate in each individual Investment (minimum participation amount of $100,000 per Investment), in-line with their own investment strategy.

A new class of units is issued to investors who choose to participate in each Investment.

A separate Supplementary Investment Memorandum with returns and other key terms will be issued for each Investment opportunity.

Distributions will be made quarterly or at maturity dependent on the Investment and detailed in the Supplementary Investment Memorandum.

Separately Managed Account (SMA) or Institutional Mandate

For UHNW or Institutional investors who require either a bespoke investment strategy or are unable to invest alongside other parties but are able to provide a minimum capital commitment.*

Advantages of a Separately Management Account or Institutional Mandate:

Control over how their investments are managed.

A bespoke investment criteria.

Priority access to deal flow (subject to certain conditions).

SMA’s can be either discretionary or non-discretionary depending on your requirements.

*Minimum capital commitment applies

Executive Summary

  • Is an ASX listed property investment company (ASX: EDC)
  • The company is an active investor in real estate capital acrossretail, industrial, residential and commercial opportunities
  • Aims to provide quarterly dividends and asset growth as a result of a well diversified portfolio across debt and equity investments
  • Managed by Eildon Funds Management


  • Provide retail investors with real estate investment opportunities historically available only to wholesale investors
  • Liquidity is provided via the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) meaning investors can exit at any time, or remain invested
  • Diversification across investment instruments (debt and equity), multiple transactions, asset classes and geographies