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General fund information
|Launch date||1st May 2003|
|IMA Sector||IMA Sterling Corporate Bond|
|Benchmark||IMA Sterling Corporate Bond|
|Share types available||Accumulation & Income|
|Reporting dates||28 Feb, 31 Aug|
|Distribution dates||31 Jan, 30 Apr, 31 Jul, 31 Oct|
The rating of a fund is an indicator of how much the fund price might vary relative to other funds. The higher the volatility rating, the less stable the fund price is likely to be. You can use this to help you decide how much risk you’re comfortable taking with your investments.
We allocate ratings using the judgement of our experts taking into account data on:
- how the fund price has varied from month to month in the past, relative to other funds available
- how investments in similar asset classes vary from month to month and the investment policy of the fund
Typically, the higher the volatility rating, the greater the potential investment returns over the longer term. However, high volatility funds can suddenly fall and rise in value. The volatility rating is not the only factor you should consider when selecting a fund. If you are unsure of which funds to choose you may wish to seek advice from a financial adviser.
|Annual management charge||0.5% deducted from Income|
|Other fees and expenses||0.11% per annum|
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Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. The value of investments may go down as well as up and you may receive back less than you invested. Your capital and income is not guaranteed.
To achieve the potentially high yields, a proportion of the fund invests in bonds that pay higher rates of interest but this generally brings with it higher risk of payments due by these bonds not being made. Unlike a bank or building society your capital and income cannot be guaranteed.