When researching investments, you may encounter a number of different documents that are intended to help you understand the investment, its objectives and potential risks and rewards.
This section describes the most prevalent documents and the information they typically contain. While some are widely used throughout the industry, we have also developed some of our own to help you understand our range of managed growth funds. The documents produced for any given fund will vary depending on the fund manager and when it was launched.
Key Investor Information Documents, or KIIDs, are used across the financial services industry so that different ISA and OEIC (open-ended investment company) funds can be compared easily. They usually focus on the following:
Supplementary Investor Information Documents, or SIIDs, are designed to provide additional information that does not usually feature in KIIDs. You may find the following in a SIID:
Fund factsheets are usually produced either monthly or quarterly and provide a summary of news on the fund’s performance and structure. They tend to include:
We have developed this document specifically to ensure our customers fully understand our range of funds, how they are managed, their objectives, risks, charges and terms. It also includes a breakdown of what each fund invests in, and a worked example of how charges are applied in practice.
Like Our Fund Range and Investments, we have designed the Fund Information Documents to help customers decide whether our managed growth funds are suitable for them, including:
Please remember the value of an investment and the income from it can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you originally invested.