Funds can hold anything from shares and bonds, to cash and property. The great thing about funds (and we’ve got over 50 for you to choose from) is that you can invest without having to pick the underlying investments yourself.
What you invest in through a fund depends on the objective of the fund and the fund management team. You can assess which fund could work for you by viewing the fund’s profile, which includes performance, what the fund is made up of, and its risk profile.
If you’re new to investing with us, please choose the fund you want to invest in from the drop down below. To add to an existing ISA, just select the fund you want to invest in through My Account.
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With actively managed funds, a fund manager or team of fund managers buys and sells investments aiming to outperform the market or a particular benchmark. This is opposed to passive funds, such as index-tracker funds, which aim to mirror or track a particular market or sector.
Multi-asset funds invest in a variety of asset classes (different types of investment). This often includes a mix of index funds, bonds, company shares and property. By including a blend of asset classes, multi-asset funds offer investors with diversification and broad exposure.
Our property fund invests in commercial and industrial property in the UK.
An index tracker aims to provide returns similar to a stock market index, like the FTSE 100. These funds don’t try to ‘beat’ the market, just match the performance of the index. Trackers invest in a variety of companies so exposure is broad but risk is spread.
You can build your own portfolio by selecting a number of different funds that suit your investment needs.
Funds are usually designed to either increase the value of an investment or to pay a regular income.
The mix of shares, bonds and commercial property these funds are made up from drives their level of risk and potential reward.
Whilst we provide different ways for you to select your investment funds, the decision of whether to invest and where is your decision. We are unable to provide you with any advice.