Quick Stats

Bid Price - Offer Price -
Mid Price GBX 46.31 Day Change GBX -0.02 (-0.04%)
Price Date 17 Oct 2017 Crown Rating
Shares Class Inc. Yield 0.30 %
Total Expense Ratio 0.11 Fund Size 114,203,460.04
Launch Date 01/05/1996 Standard Initial Charge (%) 0.00
Currency GBX ISA Eligible No
Annual Management Charge (%) 0.00 Sector IMA UK Equity Income
Min Investment (£) 0.00 Total Expense Ratio (%) 0.11
ISIN GB0031741399 Min TopUp (£) 0.00

Fund Objective

To give long-term capital growth, normally by investing primarily in shares of companies included in the Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index (FTSE 100 Index). The fund may move away from the policy of being primarily invested in shares when market conditions indicate that a better return is expected to be achieved by being invested in cash, near cash and/or deposits and with or without options. To give a level of protection against major stockmarket falls through the use of a Safety Price. By ‘Safety Price’ we mean the lowest possible selling price which is guaranteed not to fall for a period of time, the ‘Safety Period’, normally 12 months. The Safety Price is set at 95% of the share price at the start of each Safety Period.Important Notes:• If the share price of class A shares rises 10% above the share price at the start of the Safety Period, we will raise the Safety Price and start a new Safety Period.• You can check the up-to-date Safety Price and end date for the Safety Period on our website at www.scottishwidows.co.uk.

Fund Managers

Andrew Dickinson
Andrew Dickinson, Director, is Head of the Short Duration and Off-shore Cash Management teams. Andrew joined Credit Suisse in 1994 and worked in equities for the Private Bank in London, moving to fixed income management in Asset Management in 1996. Andrew's experience includes risk management and portfolio management of long duration and multi-currency portfolios, in addition to his current focus on the short end of the yield curve. Andrew earned a BA (Hons) in Economics and Information Technology from the University of Western England
Money Markets Team