M&G Recovery Fund

The principle behind the M&G Recovery fund focuses on corporate rather than economic recovery.

The fund manager seeks to achieve capital growth through purchasing shares in companies that are out of favour with the market (but which they believe have recovery potential), holds them for the long-term, and sells when they have increased in value.

See below for the discount you will receive by investing through the Fair Investment ISA and Investment Account and to view the latest factsheet.

Income YieldSee Factsheet
Standard Initial Charge4.00%
Initial Charge after Discount0.00%
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To invest or transfer into the M&G Recovery fund, fill in the form on the right to receive:

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  • 0.00% initial charge, discounted annual management charge
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