L&G Multi-Index 6 C Inc
|Bid Price||GBX 66.38||Offer Price||GBX 66.76|
|Mid Price||-||Day Change||GBX -0.18 (-0.27%)|
|Price Date||23 Jun 2017||Crown Rating|
|Shares Class||Inc.||Yield||2.30 %|
|Total Expense Ratio||0.00||Fund Size||235,731,954.63|
|Launch Date||21/08/2013||Standard Initial Charge (%)||0.00|
|Annual Management Charge (%)||0.00||Sector||IMA UK Equity Income|
|Min Investment (£)||100,000,000.00||Total Expense Ratio (%)||0.00|
|ISIN||GB00BH6XZC87||Min TopUp (£)||20,000.00|
The objective of the fund is to provide a combination of growth and income andto keep the fund within a pre-determined risk profile.The fund’s potential gains and losses are likely to be limited by the objective tostay within its particular risk profile.The target risk profile for the fund is set by an external agency, DistributionTechnology, and is based on the historic return and volatility of different assettypes. We use our experience and research, together with research and assetallocation guidelines from Distribution Technology, to restrict the types of assetsheld and the allocation of each asset type to keep the fund within the target riskprofile.At least 80% of the fund will be invested in other authorised investment funds.The fund will mainly invest in index-tracker funds which are operated byLegal & General.Through the other funds, the fund will have exposure of between 70% and 100%to company shares from around the world.The fund may use derivatives (contracts which have a value linked to the price ofanother asset) to:• reduce risk or cost; or• generate additional capital or income with no, or an acceptably low, level ofrisk.The fund will also have exposure to company and government bonds (a type ofloan that pays interest), cash, UK commercial property, money marketinstruments (a form of loan that pays interest and is designed to have a stablevalue) and bank deposits.Distribution Technology has set risk profiles from 1 to 10, with 10 being thehighest risk. This fund aims to stay within risk profile 6.
Justin is a fund manager within the Portfolio Strategy team, focusing on the management of the team's retail and risk-profiled multi-asset funds. Prior to joining LGIM in August 2013, Justin was a fund manager with Aviva Investors' multi-asset team combining both strategic and tactical dynamic asset allocation with manager selection in the construction of multi-asset portfolios. He was lead fund manager on a range of risk-targeting multi-asset funds and co-lead fund manager on a number of unit-linked Life and Pension funds, as well as manager of manager offerings. Justin previously worked as a fund research analyst at Merrill Lynch and an investment consultant for Aon Consulting. Justin is a CFA charterholder and holds a degree in economics from the University of Warwick and the Investment Management Certificate
Bruce is a fund manager in the Multi-Asset Funds team and leads the Portfolio Strategy team. He joined LGIM in February 2012. Bruce previously worked at Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) for 12 years, where he was Director of Global Macro with responsibility for around $40 billion of TAA derivative overlays and a stand-alone total return fund to access those strategies directly. While at QIC he also had responsibilities for strategic asset allocation research, currency management and establishing a risk management framework. He has also advised pension funds and the Australian government’s Future Fund on their asset allocation and risk management models. Bruce is a CFA charterholder and graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Commerce (hons) and a Bachelor of Economics.
Andrzej is a fund manager in the Multi-Asset Funds team with responsibilities covering the portfolio management and ongoing development of both institutional and retail multi-asset funds. Prior to joining LGIM in July 2014, he was a fund manager at Aviva Investors. He is a CFA charterholder and completed the MSc programme in Finance at Bocconi University in Milan. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and social science from Utrecht University