Quick Stats

Bid Price - Offer Price -
Mid Price GBX 114.76 Day Change GBX +0.35 (0.31%)
Price Date 22 Sep 2017 Crown Rating
Shares Class Inc. Yield 1.25 %
Total Expense Ratio 0.00 Fund Size 22,185,100.00
Launch Date 23/06/2015 Standard Initial Charge (%) 0.00
Currency GBX ISA Eligible No
Annual Management Charge (%) 0.65 Sector IMA UK Equity Income
Min Investment (£) 500,000.00 Total Expense Ratio (%) 0.00
ISIN GB00BVXC2S15 Min TopUp (£) 50,000.00

Fund Objective

The fund aims to protect against UK inflation and provide growth by achieving a positive return of 4% in excess of the UK Retail Price Index over a rolling five year period. The fund will adopt a total return approach by investing in a pool of diversified assets, including shares of companies, bonds, property, commodities, other funds, derivatives and currencies. The fund will invest in assets globally, including emerging markets. The Fund may invest up to 100% either directly or indirectly through other funds. Derivatives may be used for efficient portfolio management and investment purposes. Your capital is at risk and there is no guarantee that positive investment returns will be achieved over any time period.

Fund Managers

Guilluame Paillat
Guillaume Paillat is a Portfolio Manager in the Multi-Asset Solutions team for First State Investments (‘FSI’). In his role, Guillaume performs investment research and analysis and monitoring of multi-asset solutions for clients. He joined FSI in 2004 as an Analyst in the Global Fixed Income team and was appointed Portfolio Manager in 2006. He joined the Global Macro Team in February 2014 and was integrated into the Multi-Asset Solutions team in January 2015. Prior to joining FSI, Guillaume spent two years working for AXA Investment Managers in Paris, where he worked in both the global bond and emerging markets debt teams. Guillaume graduated from the University of Paris Dauphine with a Higher National Diploma in Mathematics applied to Social Science (1999), an MA in Economics (2001) and an MSc in Asset Management (2002).
Andrew Harman