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Sell: 119.27p | Buy: 119.27p | negative -0.70 (-0.58%)

Prices as at 17 April 2015

  • 4.0% estimated yield (variable and not
    guaranteed) with potential for rising income
  • A clean slate to cherry pick the best opportunities of the moment
  • Low 0.6% ongoing charge via Hargreaves Lansdown
  • One of the most highly regarded fund managers in the UK.

Neil Woodford is probably the most highly regarded fund manager in the UK. It's easy to see why - his track record is nothing short of exceptional. He recently resigned from Invesco Perpetual to set up his own business, and his new CF Woodford Equity Income Fund launched in June.

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Hargreaves Lansdown are offering a low ongoing charge of just 0.6%.

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Launch details & past performance

Neil Woodford managed the Invesco Perpetual High Income Fund for over 25 years. This fund was the best performing fund in the equity income sector under his management, turning a £10,000 investment into £230,000. Please remember past performance isn't a guide to future returns.

Launch information
Fund name CF Woodford Equity Income Fund
Fund manager Neil Woodford
Launch price £1.00
Fund launch date 19 June 2014
Estimated yield 4.0% (variable and not guaranteed)
Income frequency Quarterly
Sector IMA UK Equity Income
Invesco Perpetual High Income Annual percentage growth
June 09 -
June 10
June 10 -
June 11
June 11 -
June 12
June 12 -
June 13
June 13 -
June 14
Annual
return
14.3% 23.4% 0.5% 28.8% 11.6%

Please remember past performance is not a guide to future returns.


Frequently asked questions

What are the charges to hold this fund in the Hargreaves Lansdown Vantage Service?

There is a tiered annual charge to hold funds in Vantage, with a maximum of just 0.45% per annum.

How do I receive my saving on the ongoing charge?

The standard ongoing charge for this fund in 0.75%. Our clients will invest in a unit class with a 0.65% ongoing charge, and in addition receive an annual loyalty bonus of 0.05% bringing the overall ongoing charge down to just 0.6%.

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If you have any questions about this fund or any other queries please call our friendly Helpdesk.


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0117 900 9000

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What are the various types of accounts available? What are the differences?

If you're unsure, please contact us for advice. The value of investments can rise and fall so you could get back less than you invest. Tax rules can change and the value of any benefits will depend on individual circumstances.

Am I eligible?
Yes if you are a UK private investor, company or investment club
Yes, if you are UK resident and over age 18
Yes, if you are UK resident and under age 75
How much can I contribute?
Unlimited
Up to £15,000 (see rules)
Up to as much as you earn, effectively capped at £40,000 (see rules)
When can I take money out?
Anytime
Anytime
Usually from age 55
Can I save tax?
No
  • Tax-free growth
  • No further tax on income
  • Up to 45% tax relief on contributions
  • Tax-free growth
  • No further tax on income
  • Up to 25% tax-free lump sum plus taxable income at retirement
How much does it cost?
Free to set up, low cost to run (full costs)
Free to set up, low cost to run (full costs)
Free to set up, low cost to run (full costs)
  • Can I invest monthly into this fund?
  • Is this fund available with income and accumulation units?
  • What is the minimum investment?
  • Which accounts can I apply in?
  • What is the yield of the fund?
  • How frequently does the fund pay income?
  • What are the charges to hold this fund in the Hargreaves Lansdown Vantage Service?
  • How do I receive my saving on the ongoing charge?
  • With the ISA allowance increasing from £11,880 to £15,000 on 1 July, can I invest my extra allowance into this fund?
  • Can I invest in the fund on behalf on my children or grandchildren?

Income or accumulation units?

The CF Woodford Equity Income Fund offers two types of units - 'income' and 'accumulation' units.

Most investors choose accumulation units. Income is not paid out to investors - instead it is reinvested within the fund, increasing the price of each unit.

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If you would prefer to take income from your investment, choose the income units, where income is paid out to investors.

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