What is a Multi -Manager fund?
Multi -Manager funds are fund of funds allowing you to spread your investments, effectively employing many investment managers from different investment companies to manage your portfolio.
What is a fund of funds?
A fund of funds unit trust is a form of collective investment where investors’ money is pooled, but instead of being directly invested in shares and securities, the professional managers invest in other unit trust/open ended investment companies (‘OEIC’) products which in turn invest in shares and securities.
What are the benefits of investing in a Multi -Manager fund?
Multi-Manager funds spread the investment risk by investing in other funds that invest in a range of stocks.
What is the recommended timeframe for a Multi -Manager investment?
There is no obligatory length of time. You are not ‘locked in’ to an Aberdeen investment. However, we do recommend that you should aim to hold your investment for at least five years.
What are the risks?
The value of an investment, and the income from it, can go down as well as up. Before you invest it is important that you read the relevant KIIDs (Key Investor Information Documents) and SID brochure (Supplementary Information Document) for the fund(s) that you are interested in. The SID includes the Terms and Conditions and Application forms.
What is a unit trust?
A unit trust is a form of collective investment. Investors’ money is pooled and invested in shares and securities by professional managers. It is a way of participating indirectly in investment in the stockmarket. Rather than owning shares in individual companies, the investor owns units in a unit trust which itself has a wide range of holdings.
How do I invest in UK Multi -Manager?
All the information you need can be found in our How to Invest page.