The T. Bailey Growth Investment Fund invests globally. It is a fund of funds investing in equity markets and is designed for long-term investors. As a global equity offering, the T. Bailey Growth Fund offers a diversified portfolio of funds focused on the major growth areas of the world, whether they be specific countries, regions or economic themes. It avoids having a domestic bias and thus currently possesses a low UK weighting. Asset allocation is determined by assessing countries’ and sectors’ growth prospects rather than being constrained by equity market capitalisation indices.
The aim of the T. Bailey Growth Fund is to provide capital growth over the medium to long term and to outperform the IA Global Growth sector average over rolling three-year periods. In the process of achieving this the T. Bailey Growth Fund also seeks to provide a return of inflation (as measured by the UK Consumer Price Index (CPI)) plus 5% per annum over the course of a market cycle.
The fund is run as an Authorised Unit Trust, which allows us to make changes without incurring capital gains tax. The fund has institutional units (available to all investors).
The fund is also eligible for ISA investments/transfers. Units are also available as part of a regular savers scheme, from as little as £50 per calendar month. The minimum initial investment is £1,000.
To see the Key Investor Information, please refer to our Fund Documents.
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|Fund ID||Fund Name||Pricing Date||Single Price (p)||XD||Net yield (%)|
|GB0009346486||T. Bailey Growth Fund Accumulation Institutional||23-May-18||169.13||XD||0.0|
|GB00B02TSH75||T. Bailey Growth Fund Accumulation Retail||23-May-18||168.01||XD||0.0|
*Net yield, calculated based on previous 12 months’ accumulations/distributions as percentage of current price. The prices shown are those calculated for the date shown. The Fund deals on a forward basis. These prices are historic and therefore only indicative of prices an investor may pay or receive for actual transactions, which are calculated after receipt of dealing instructions.