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Triodos Sustainable Equity Fund
Global fund investing in large listed sustainable equities
- Invest in companies delivering superior social and environmental performance
- Rigorous best-in-class selection of sustainability performance, with strict minimum standards
- Influence the sustainability criteria of large companies
- Risk diversified across sectors and continents
- Also available as an Individual Savings Account (ISA)
Details on buying more shares, switching investments and moving into a Stocks & Shares ISA
Your capital is at risk and the value of your investment may go down as well as up, and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Income is variable and not guaranteed.
The Triodos Sustainable Equity fund is quoted in sterling, however when you purchase or sell, your sterling is converted from sterling into euros or back from euros into sterling. Your total return is therefore subject to the euro-sterling exchange rate. Dividends are converted from euros to sterling. You are also exposed to currency fluctuations in the regions in which the fund invests.
Investments are not covered by the Dutch deposit guarantee scheme, however they may be covered by the Investor compensation scheme. For more information on these schemes please read the deposit guarantee scheme and investor compensation scheme page.
About the Sustainable Equity Fund
The Triodos Sustainable Equity Fund is a collective investment scheme that invests primarily into large listed global equities. Companies are selected on their financial as well as environmental and social performance. The fund looks to generate long term capital growth for investors, although the value of your investment can go down as well as up.
Companies are selected for investment from the Triodos investment universe, following a comprehensive sustainability assessment by Triodos Investment Management.
Triodos Investment Management are a wholly owned subsidiary of Triodos Bank N.V. They are a globally active investor who are responsible for the above sustainability assessment, which is explained in greater detail under the Sustainability tab.
Delta Lloyd Asset Management are appointed to select the actual investments from the Triodos investment universe based on a company's fundamentals, such as their financial performance and sector.
Fees and Charges
Annual Service charge
0.4% per annum, charged on a quarterly basis**
|Ongoing charges||KR-cap 0.84% (incl. 0.75% management fee)|
Ongoing charges date: 31-12-2016. This figure may vary from year to year.
*If you are interested in investing more than £500,000 please call us on 0800 328 2181
**The annual service charge is expressed as an annual percentage, and is calculated daily and charged quarterly in arrears. At the end of each quarter shares will be sold to cover the quarterly charge.
Please be aware that the sale of shares to cover the annual service charge is classified as a disposal for Capital Gains Tax purposes and may need to be declared to HMRC.
The retail sterling share classes of the Triodos Sustainable Equity fund: KR distribution and KR capitalisation are offered to UK residents aged 18 or over.
|Price||KR-cap £31.55 (28-04-2017)|
KR-dis £32.28 (28-04-2017)
|Minimum Investment||£1,000 / top up £500|
|Total net assets||EUR 547,681,482 (27-04-2017)|
Sectors covered by the fund
Regions covered by the funds
Source: RBC Investor services
Top 10 stocks
Source: RBC Investor services, as per 31-03-2017
For total transparency Triodos Investment Management also publish a list of all the holdings in the fund, to view this please see all investments.
Please note that investment decisions must be made on the basis of the information provided in the Prospectus and Key Investor Information Document, and not only on information provided in this summary
This information is not financial advice. If you are unsure The Triodos Sustainable Equity Fund is the right investment for you, please seek independent financial advice. If you don’t have an independent financial adviser, you can get details of local financial advisers by visiting www.unbiased.co.uk