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Why do different fund classes have different prices?

Different fund classes are usually offered with different internal charging structures. Historically, this was used to separate the retail class of units from the institutional class. This was often denoted with an R class and an I class, for 'Retail' and 'Institutional'. With the introduction of Retail Distribution Review, many more share classes have been created. There is no continuity across fund groups, class A for one is not necessarily the same as class A for another. 'A' is simply used to differentiate the fund from another class of the same fund, class B or class Z for example.

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