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COURTIERS Total Return Balanced Risk

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Fund Objective

The investment objective of the COURTIERS Total Return Balanced Risk Fund is to achieve the optimal total return (meaning a combination of income and capital which may or may not be positive) within the boundaries of the Fund’s risk profile. The Fund’s capital is at risk and there is no guarantee that the Fund will achieve its investment objective over any particular period or at all. The risk profile will be average. The Fund will be exposed to the returns from assets such as equities, real estate, commodities, bonds and cash instruments. At the ACD’s discretion, the Fund may be weighted to any one or more of these asset classes, provided such weighting is consistent with the Fund’s objectives and does not violate the risk restrictions. The ACD intends to invest in derivatives, but may also invest in transferable securities, collective investment schemes, money market instruments, deposits and other investments permitted by the Prospectus. The ACD will seek to use instruments and positions that deliver these asset class returns in a way that is efficient, low cost and in line with the Fund’s overall risk strategy.

Fund Manager

Gary Reynolds

Fund Manager

Domicile

Sector

Currency

Primary Asset Class

Fund Size

GBP 131.08m as at 31-Jul-2015

Unit Name

COURTIERS Total Return Balanced Risk A

Inc/Acc

Accumulating 

Citicode

R672

Initial Charge

5.00%

Unit Currency

GBP 

ISIN

GB00B1P2K632 

Annual Charge

1.50%

Exit Rates

1st year 0.00%

Mid

GBP 1.38

Change (Mid)

0.00 (0.07%)
31-Jul-2015

Unit LaunchDate

26-Feb-2007

Performance Overview

Performance Charts

Cumulative Performance

  YTD 3m 6m 1y 3y 5y
Fund 3.61 -1.71 1.40 11.86 40.11 51.69
Sector 3.81 -1.78 1.24 7.99 28.82 39.37

Discrete Performance (%)

  2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
Fund 8.76 19.92 9.63 -5.40 8.69
Sector 4.99 13.39 9.17 -6.72 12.26

Asset Allocation

breakdown chart
  Asset Class % of Fund
UK Equities 47.18
International Equities 28.81
UK Fixed Interest 17.14
Luxembourg Equities 16.99
German Fixed Interest 8.21
US Fixed Interest 4.22
Money Market 3.00
Irish Equities 0.72
Alternative Investment Strategies -2.32
Cash & Cash Equivalents -23.95

Regional Breakdown

breakdown chart
  Region % of Fund
UK 82.32
Luxembourg 16.99
Germany 8.21
Guernsey 4.37
Money Market 3.00
Ireland 0.72
EU -1.00
Not Specified -1.95
USA -12.65

Sector Breakdown

No breakdown data available.

All prices in Pence Sterling (GBX) unless otherwise specified. Price total return performance figures are calculated using closing mid prices and with net income (dividends) reinvested. NAV total return performance figures are calculated using fully diluted (where applicable) daily estimated NAV figures from Thomson Financial Datastream and with gross income (dividends) reinvested. Performance figures are shown in Pound Sterling (GBP). You can switch the fund’s native currency using the currency selector towards the top of this page.

 
 
 
 
 

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