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Fund information

Through the links below, you can access information on fund costs and charges, current and historic performance (where applicable), and other important information such as fund risks and potential gains and losses.

All PDF performance as at 30 April 2020.

FUND CENTRE

Access our Fund Centre for prices, performance, factsheets and fund manager documents such as Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs).

ARE THE FUNDS YOU ARE CONSIDERING RIGHT FOR YOU?

If you want to know whether the funds you are considering are appropriate for your needs and expectations, visit the Fund Centre where you can find out what type of investor a fund is intended for as detailed in the European MiFID II regulations.

KEY INFORMATION DOCUMENTS (KIDs)

Key Information Documents (KIDs) were being introduced from January 2018. The new fund KIDs are very similar to the existing Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs), but go further in providing you with information to better understand and compare the key features, risks, rewards, and costs of different investments. Both documents present similar information, but are based on two different pieces of European legislation. You can find the relevant fund KID or KIID on our Fund Centre linked above.

If the fund manager has provided a KIID prior to 1 January 2018 they can continue to do so until January 2022. KIDs will eventually replace all KIIDs by January 2022, but until this time you can continue to use a KIID if a KID is not available.

OTHER PERFORMANCE AND CHARGES INFORMATION

Latest fund performance statistics and growth rates in PDF format:

Fund charges (incl. AMC and TER), objectives, and other important information in pdf format for our platform funds:

RESTRICTED FUND RANGE FOR NON-ADVISED TRANSACTIONS

We recommend all our customers to seek professional advice about their financial transactions.
 
If you are choosing funds or changing your choice of funds without using a financial adviser (known as a ’non-advised’ or ‘execution only’ transaction), the range of funds you can invest in is limited to funds that are not classed as ‘complex’ or deemed by their fund manager as suitable only for ‘advised’ transactions.

This is because our regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, requires that, where such funds are involved, an ‘appropriateness test’ must be carried out by a financial adviser to ensure their suitability.

View the funds lists above to find out which funds you can invest in under the ‘execution only’ column heading.