Fund manager Gill Lakin
The EF Brompton Global Equity Fund aims to deliver long-term capital growth through investment in equity funds on a global basis.
The EF Brompton Global Growth Fund aims to achieve long-term growth. We believe investors want a real return not a relative return from their investments over the longer term. Brompton seeks to deliver this through a process of active asset allocation and focused fund selection.
To achieve long-term capital growth
|24 January 2014
|IA sector and benchmark
|Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares
|Type of shares
|Minimum top up
|Minimum regular savings
|£100 in total (£50 min per fund)
|Investment management fee
|General administration charge plus other expenses
|Underlying fund changes
|Total expense ratio
|31 July (Final), 31 January (Interim)
|Income distribution date
The Fund will typically invest a minimum of 80% of its net asset value in collective investment schemes, exchange traded funds, unregulated collective investment schemes, and may also include transferable securities (including investment trusts and similar instruments), money-market instruments, fixed income instruments, deposits and foreign exchange contracts.
It is expected that exposure to equity markets will typically range from a minimum of 40% to a maximum of 85% of the total Fund, with the aim of achieving the Fund’s objective. However, investments will not be confined by industrial, economic or geographical sector.
The Fund may also hold, on a temporary basis, all or part of its assets in cash or other ancillary liquid assets.
The Fund may utilise derivatives for the purposes of efficient portfolio management (typically hedging, including investing in hedged share classes, which attempts to mitigate against falls in the value of the Fund’s assets and the effects of changes in currency exchange rates against the Fund’s base currency, which is pounds sterling).
The Fund’s benchmark is IA Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares. This represents a comparator benchmark because the Fund’s performance can be compared to funds which also sit within this industry sector.
Full details of the fund and its risks are in the prospectus or Key Investor Information and Supplementary Information Document located in the investment documents section.
Brompton is not authorised to give investment advice. Please obtain professional advice before making an investment decision.
As with all funds invested in financial markets, the value of assets and income generated from them may fall as well as rise. Investors may not get a steady income flow and may not receive all their capital back on disposal. WAY Fund Managers Limited is the authorised corporate director of the EF Brompton Multi-Manager OEIC and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered office: Cedar House, 3 Cedar Park, Cobham, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7SB.
Investments into the EF Brompton Multi-Manager OEIC funds can be made via direct investment or via a tax-efficient ISA investment or ISA transfer.
Before investing, please read the simplified prospectus or the prospectus for each fund in which you wish to invest. These documents contain important information including risk factors and details of fund charges. You will find them in the investment documents section. Brompton is not authorised to give investment advice.
In making your investment decision, please consider the time period over which you would like to invest and the degree of risk to which you wish to expose your savings.
You should also consider how much you wish to invest. The EF Brompton Multi-Manager OEIC funds are available as lump-sum investments and by way of regular savings plans through a direct debit. The minimum lump-sum investment is £1,000 and the minimum monthly savings plan is £100, with a £50 minimum into each fund. The maximum ISA subscription for the 2022-23 tax year is £20,000.
To invest, please complete the relevant application form and post it to WAY Fund Managers Limited, Cedar House, 3 Cedar Park, Cobham Road, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7SB. Please ensure you include all the necessary information.
Individual investors making a direct investment or subscribing for an ISA should fill in the relevant sections of the OEIC/ISA B shares application form in the investments documents section.
Individual investors wishing to invest in a fund by way of an ISA transfer should fill in the ISA transfer form in the investments documents section.
Alternatively, EF Brompton Multi-Manager OEIC funds are available for purchase through a financial adviser on two investment platforms, Ascentric and Cofunds.
The information on this page is based on Brompton’s understanding of current ISA regulations. Tax rules relate to the individual circumstances of an investor and are subject to change. Brompton does not give tax advice.
Please obtain professional advice before making an investment decision. If you do not have a financial adviser and would like information about financial advisers in your area you might consider visiting the https://www.unbiased.co.uk website. This is the UK’s leading professional advice portal, offering a free and confidential search facility.
If you need guidance in filling in your application form, please call 01202 855856 or write to WAY Fund Managers Limited, Cedar House, 3 Cedar Park, Cobham Road, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7SB.
As with all funds invested in the financial markets, the value of assets and income generated from them may fall as well as rise. Investors may not get a steady income flow and may not receive all their capital back on disposal.
To achieve longer-term capital growth by investing in markets in both the UK and overseas
This fund aims to achieve an income with the potential for some capital growth
To achieve long-term capital growth with the flexibility to invest in all major asset classes
To achieve moderate growth
To achieve modest growth