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The Fund aims to achieve a return on your investment over the long-term (5-7 years), through a combination of capital growth and income, of 4.5% per year on a gross basis (i.e. before deduction of Ongoing Charges) over the Bank of England's Base Interest Rate (as set by the Monetary Policy Committee). The Fund also seeks to manage risk through active asset allocation with a view to achieving a lower volatility of return than investing in a portfolio of worldwide equities alone. Accordingly, the Fund seeks a lower volatility of return over the long term (5-7 years) than the MSCI All Country World Index in GBP, as measured by annualising the volatility of monthly returns. The MSCI All Country World Index in GBP measures the performance of large and mid-capitalisation developed and emerging market equities in Pound Sterling terms. The components of the index are weighted by market capitalisation. Market capitalisation, in this case, is the share price of the company multiplied by the number of shares readily available in the market.