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The fund information shown on this page has been provided by the fund management group, Hargreaves Lansdown takes no responsibility for its accuracy.
This is a charge made by a fund manager to an investor when they first buy a fund.
We have negotiated terms with fund management companies which allow us to offer savings on initial charges. More information on how our savings are applied is detailed in the HL Guide to Fund Prices, Savings and Yields.
This means there is no initial charge to buy this fund with our saving applied. Please note that Unit Trusts may still have a small bid/offer spread.
Some types of funds, for example Unit Trusts, have a bid/offer spread. The savings we offer are used to discount the offer price for these funds. Other types of funds, such as OEICs, have a single price for buying and selling, but an initial charge can be applied separately.
A charge levied by a fund manager to pay for their services to manage the underlying portfolio of investments.
In addition to the fund manager’s annual management charge, there are additional costs for other services paid for by the fund known as other expenses. These include fees paid to auditors, registrars and the financial press. The figure does not include certain other costs, for example stock broking charges, stamp duty or bid/offer spreads on the underlying portfolio.
This is the monthly charge to hold this fund within the Vantage ISA, Junior ISA, SIPP, and/or Fund & Share Account. Please note this charge is applied individually to each type of account.
The index that the fund aims to track.
There are various ways a tracker fund can track an index, for example full physical, partial physical or synthetic replication. View an explanation of the types of each replication.
This is how frequently the fund manager rebalances the underlying portfolio in order to match the index it aims to track.
Some funds can lend their stock to a third party, normally a hedge fund, in exchange for a fee which is often shared between the fund and the fund manager. More about stock lending.
This is the maximum amount of stock that can be lent to a third party by a fund.
This is the fee that will be received by the fund for lending their stock to a third party.