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To provide total returns, comprised of income and capital growth, over the long-term, being five years or more. Five years is also the minimum recommended period for holding shares in this fund. This does not mean that the fund will achieve the objective over this, or any other, specific time period and there is a risk of loss to the original capital invested. A minimum of 80% of the fund's assets will be invested in shares of companies listed in Europe, excluding the UK. The fund is actively managed which means that the fund manager will manage and adapt the portfolio depending on their assessment of the broad economic environment and market conditions. The fund manager may invest in large, medium and smaller sized companies across all industry sectors although it is expected that there will be a bias towards medium sized companies, which the fund manager considers to be of a market value of between £2 billion and £15 billion. The exposure to different sized companies may change over time according to economic and stock market conditions. The fund may also hold other investments such as companies in other geographical jurisdictions such as the UK and the USA, government and corporate (company) bonds, convertible bonds (bonds that can convert into company shares), collective investment schemes and cash and cash-like investments. The fund may invest in derivatives and forward transactions (these are contracts whose value is based on the change in price of an underlying investment) for the purposes of efficient portfolio management, including hedging (hedging is designed to offset the risk of another investment falling in price).