Quick Stats

Bid Price - Offer Price -
Mid Price GBX 303.10 Day Change GBX -0.10 (-0.03%)
Price Date 21 Jul 2017 Crown Rating
Shares Class Inc. Yield 2.00 %
Total Expense Ratio 0.00 Fund Size 31,286,200.00
Launch Date 06/11/1968 Standard Initial Charge (%) 0.00
Currency GBX ISA Eligible No
Annual Management Charge (%) 0.40 Sector IMA UK Equity Income
Min Investment (£) 20,000,000.00 Total Expense Ratio (%) 0.00
ISIN GB00B7K0NV05 Min TopUp (£) 500.00

Fund Objective

The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth through investments globally. The Manager's policy is that the Fund will primarily invest across asset classes including equities, fixed income securities, money market instruments and/or cash. The Fund will not have any restrictions on the proportion allocated to any particular asset class, country or economic sector. The Fund may gain exposure to asset classes indirectly such as through the use of collective investment schemes including index tracking and exchange traded funds and/or directly. The Fund may also seek exposure to currencies and indirectly to alternative asset classes, including commodities, property, private equity or hedge funds. The Fund may use derivatives for investment purposes as well as for efficient portfolio management.

Fund Managers

Malcolm Herring
Malcolm is a member of Barings Multi Asset Team and his responsibilities include co-managing Baring Multi-Manager Targeted Risk Funds and managing the Baring Portfolio Fund. He also has responsibility for Financials research, heading the Financial Global Sector Team. Malcolm works with the UK equity team in his areas of specialisation, the Financial and Property sectors. Malcolm's broad experience has included being involved in the management and marketing of charitable funds services for over 15 years. Malcolm joined the UK Equity research department in 1979 and the portfolio management team in 1981. He was appointed Divisional Director in 1989. He joined Baring Asset Management after graduating from the London School of Economics in 1979, where he was awarded a BSc in Monetary Economics.