Global Equity Income Funds

Compare Global Equity Income Funds

Global equity income funds aim to achieve a competitive level of income from investments globally. Some funds will focus primarily on driving a high income while others will seek to provide a reasonable level of income and capital growth. Some fund will pay monthly income, while others will make distributions quarterly or twice yearly.

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Fund ManagerFundFund Manager Initial Charge¹AMC³Income Yield*Select Fund°Fact SheetHow to Invest
Newton Global Higher Income 0%0.75%4.7%yesFactsheetApply Now >
Income Paid Quarterly. The objective of the Sub-Fund is to achieve increasing annual distributions together with long-term capital growth from investing predominantly in global securities. The Sub-Fund may also invest in collective investment schemes. See latest fund factsheet for details.

*Current Income Yields are Gross, Variable and Not Guaranteed as at 17/10/13 - Yields are rounded down to one decimal place - See latest Fund Factsheet for details.

³AMC is the Annual Management Charge applied by the Fund Manager.

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