Aviva Investors Cash 2 GBP Acc

Name
Aviva Investors Cash Fund 2 GBP Acc
Manager
Aviva Investors UK Fund Services Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B24DQM23
Sector
LC00000005
Launched
03/12/2007
OCF
0.2 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
-3.40
3 Year Alpha
-0.09
Yield
0.3 %
Benchmark
Bank Of England GBP
The Fund aims to pay a high income combined with a high level of capital security. The level of income classed as high depends on many different factors and so the level of income the fund pays will change over time. The level of income will be affected by interest rates, how much risk is seen to be in money markets generally, and whether the manager has the fund more heavily invested in higher or lower risk money market instruments.
Holding%
Aviva Investors Stlg Lqudty 3 GBP Inc5.99 %
Name
Aviva Investors UK Fund Services Limited
Address
EC2R 8EJ, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Richard Hallett

Joined 12/03/2007

Richard qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Ernst & Young in 1994 and subsequently joined Singer & Friedlander in 1995 as a UK Equity fund manager. Since joining the investment team in 2005, Richard has established a strong and consistent track record as manager of the Marlborough UK Multi-Cap Growth Fund.

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