Individual investors

This website is for existing individual investors (or retail investors) based within or outside of the UK or channel islands.

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From 29 March 2019 the fund will not accept any new clients domiciled in an European Union (EU) 27 country. Current investors within the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) may continue to hold units in our UK domiciled funds and may make additional contributions. This is subject to change.

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Rathbone High Quality Bond Fund

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We aim to preserve your capital and pay an income by delivering a greater total return than the Bank of England's Base Rate + 0.5%, after fees, over any rolling three-year period. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (interest payments). We use the Bank of England's Base Rate + 0.5% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to provide a return in excess of what you would receive in a UK savings account.

This is an investment product, not a cash savings account. Your capital is at risk.

Fund overview

Costs and charges

MiFID II charges

I class

Ongoing charges figure (OCF) as at 30.04.2021
Inc: 0.40%/Acc: 0.40%

Transaction costs
Inc: 0.04%/Acc: 0.04%

Total MiFID II charges
Inc: 0.44%/Acc: 0.44%

The MiFID II charges include the Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) and transaction costs. PRIIPs compliant

Performance

Prices and dividends

Breakdown

Downloads

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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

Monday, June 14, 2021

Monthly market review, June 2021

Recent inflation headlines have made for uncomfortable reading, and volatility picked up as investors remained sceptical of policymakers’ messaging. But we don’t think rising inflation is here to stay as there are too many other phenomena that will push it down.

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Thursday, September 30, 2021

Quarterly investment commentary, September 2021

A global energy price spike is building a wall of worry about stronger inflation and weaker economic growth. Government debt prices have fallen in response as investors sold these bonds because their low fixed returns look unattractive in a world where inflation and/or central bank interest rates are higher.

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