Cautious Managed Funds
Compare Cautious Managed Funds
Cautious managed funds are a type of collective investment that has a restriction on the percentage it can invest in equities, with the balance being held in cash and bonds. Therefore the risk profile of the fund is reduced compared to a fund that may invest 100 per cent into equities. Under the IMA classification of this sector now known as the "Mixed Investment 20% - 60% shares" sector funds must have 30% invested in fixed income securities e.g. corporate or government bonds and/or cash investments.
There are a range of cautious managed funds to choose from, offered by a number of leading investment management firms. You can see a selection of cautious managed funds in the table below:
|Fund Manager||Fund||Fund Manager Initial Charge¹||AMC³||Select Fund°||Fact Sheet||How to Invest|
|Invesco Perpetual Distribution||0%||0.69%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|Income Paid Monthly. Invesco Perpetual Distribution offers a balance between both income and capital growth through investment in UK based equities and fixed interest securities. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
|Investec Cautious Managed||0%||0.75%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The Fund aims to provide a combination of income and long term capital growth by investing conservatively in a diversified portfolio of equities, bonds and other fixed interest securities of high quality and marketability. At all times the Fund’s equity exposure will be limited to a maximum of 60% of the portfolio value. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
|Henderson Cautious Managed||0%||0.63%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The Fund aims to provide income and long-term capital growth by investing in a combination of company shares and a range of bonds in any country. The fund will invest no more than 60% of its value in company shares. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
³AMC is the Annual Management Charge applied by the Fund Manager.
°Select Fund - See how our funds are selected
Like most collective investments, cautious managed funds have a number of advantages, including:
- They can help to create a balanced investment portfolio
- They are run by expert fund managers
- They allow you to pursue a number of different investment objectives
- Your investment risk is reduced due to their pooled nature
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