BlackRock Dynamic Allocation X Acc

Quick Stats

Bid Price GBP 96.01 Offer Price GBP 96.06
Mid Price - Day Change GBP +0.29 (0.30%)
Price Date 9 Dec 2016 Crown Rating
Shares Class Inc. Yield 0.35 %
Total Expense Ratio 0.00 Fund Size 167,357,616.27
Launch Date 14/04/2015 Standard Initial Charge (%) 0.00
Currency GBP ISA Eligible No
Annual Management Charge (%) 0.00 Sector IMA UK Equity Income
Min Investment (£) 10,000,000.00 Total Expense Ratio (%) 0.00
ISIN GB00BVYJ4075 Min TopUp (£) 100.00

Fund Objective

The Fund aims to deliver over the medium to long term (three to five years) a total return, in the form of capital growth and income, which exceeds the Bank of England’s Base Interest Rate as set by the Monetary Policy Committee or successor bodies. The Fund has a flexible approach to asset allocation and will seek to diversify its exposure across a variety of asset classes globally including equity securities, fixed income securities, money-market instruments, deposits, cash and near cash, and derivatives. The Fund may also hold indirect exposure to alternative asset classes such as commodities or property through eligible index derivatives, eligible collective investment schemes or structured securities.

Fund Managers

Adam Ryan
Adam Ryan, Managing Director and portfolio manager, is a member of BlackRock's Multi-Asset Strategies (MAS) group which is responsible for developing, assembling and managing investment strategies involving multiple asset classes. He is Head of the Diversified Strategies team and is lead portfolio manager of Dynamic Diversified Growth (DDG). Mr Ryan's service with the firm dates back to 1999, including his years with Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (MLIM), which merged with BlackRock in 2006. His background is in fixed income portfolio management where he was Head of Fixed Income for MLIM's Private Client business before developing and managing diversified multi-asset portfolios for both private and institutional clients. Mr Ryan earned a BA degree with honours in engineering from Cambridge University in 1991.