Significant fund changes

Investment Policy Change of Threadneedle UK Growth & Income Fund

On the 1st of August 2016 the Threadneedle UK Growth & Income Fund changed its investment policy to remove the reference to “blue chip large capitalised UK companies” and replaced it with “larger capitalised UK companies”.
At the same time, the term “larger capitalised UK companies” is now defined in the prospectus in relation to the Fund as “the largest 150 companies by market capitalisation in the FTSE All-Share Index”. In doing this we will be clarifying the Fund’s investment universe.
The Fund’s objective of providing long-term capital growth with a reasonable and growing income will not change nor will it alter the way the Fund is managed.
Why are you making these changes?
Will the risk profile of the fund alter as a result of this change?
When is the change happening?
Will there be any changes to the fund manager or the investment process?
Is there any action I need to take?
What options do I have if I do not agree with the change?
Will I be charged if I take my money out of the Fund?
How can I find out more information?

Related Documents


Client Letter 21 April 2016