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Rathbone SICAV Multi-Asset Total Return Portfolio

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Fund snapshot

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  • Compound cash plus total returns generating consistent returns over all time periods
  • Focus on future correlations and liquidity risk, not volatility
  • A lower risk strategy for the cautious investor
  • Investment time horizon: three to five years.
  • Low Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) for truly active management
  • The strategy benefits from extensive experience, continuity and accountability
Costs and charges

MiFID II charges

L Inc GBP, L Inc EUR, L Inc USD, L Acc GBP, L Acc EUR

Ongoing charges figure (OCF)
Inc: 0.85%/Acc: 0.86%

Transaction costs
Inc: 0.07%/Acc: 0.07%

Total MiFID II charges
Inc: 0.92%/Acc: 0.93%

L0 Acc GBP, P1 Acc GBP, P2 Acc GBP, P3 Acc GBP

Ongoing charges figure (OCF)
L0: 1.84%

Transaction costs
L0: 0.07%

Total MiFID II charges
L0: 1.91%

P0 Acc EUR, P0 Acc CHF, P1 Acc EUR, P2 Acc EUR, L3 Acc EUR

P0: 1.93%

Transaction costs
P0: 0.07%

Total MiFID II charges
P0: 2.0%

 

How to invest

Visit our ‘how to invest’ pages to learn about your available options to invest in the fund. This includes our distribution partners and direct postal investment.

Portfolio and market insights

Saturday, October 31, 2020

Monthly market review, October 2020

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Friday, January 31, 2020

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