• The OEIC seeks to exploit the strong capital growth potential of the middle tier of the FTSE All-Share Index. Being more nimble than the big-hitters of the FTSE 100 and better able to dominate their particular niche than small caps, medium-sized companies offer arguably the brightest investment prospects in the UK stock market. The fund manager undertakes in-depth company analysis in order to extract maximum value from this relatively under-researched area of the market.

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Key facts

  • Fund aim

    The fund aims to deliver long-term capital growth by investing in the potential of companies included in the FTSE 250 ex (investment Trusts) Index.

  • Fund information
    Fund currencyGBX
    Launch date30/12/2005
    IA sectorUK All Companies
    ISIN codeGB00B60SFN31
    Sedol codeB60SFN3
  • Key dates
    Ex-dividend date 01/05/2018
    Payment date 30/06/2018
  • Share ClassMinimum InvestmentInitial ChargeOngoing ChargeISINKiid
    3 Acc 50,000,000 5.00%0.52%GB00BD8YZ090English
    C Acc 1,000,000 0.00%0.81%GB00B60SFN31English
    2 Acc 500,000 0.00%1.31%GB00B0QV3G39English
    1 Acc 1,000 5.00%1.90%GB00B0RBLJ18English
  • Past performance is not a guide to future performance. Values may fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the full amount invested. Income from investments may fluctuate. Income payments may constitute a return of capital in whole or in part. Income may be achieved by foregoing future capital growth. A fund investing in a specific country carries a greater risk than a fund diversified across a range of countries. Smaller companies carry a higher degree of risk and their value can be more sensitive to market movement; their shares may be less liquid and performance may be more volatile. The fund may be exposed to the use of derivatives for investment purposes; derivative values rise and fall at a greater rate than equities and debt instruments, therefore the value of the fund's investments may be volatile. The fund may place cash on deposit with approved counterparties, the return of which will be dependent upon the continued solvency of the counterparty.


  • David Moss

    David Moss

    Fund manager