Fidelity Multi Asset Allocator Growth Fund

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Fidelity Investment Funds IV - Fidelity Multi Asset Allocator Growth Fund Retirement Builder Acc

Category GBP Allocation 60-80% Equity

This fund can be held in a SIPP
Last buy/sell price


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Prices updated as at 04 Mar 2024
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Investment objective
The Fund aims to increase the value of investor's investment over a period of 5 years or more through a portfolio providing global exposure to both lower and higher risk assets. The Fund will invest at least 70% into funds that use an ‘index tracking’ (also known as 'passive') investment management approach (these may include Funds managed by Fidelity), with the aim of pursuing a lower cost investment approach. The Fund can also invest directly into transferable securities, other collective investment schemes, money market instruments, cash and deposits, and is also able to use derivatives for efficient portfolio management and investment purposes.

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Document nameDate postedDownload
Key Information Document / Key Facts Document 24 Nov 2023pdf
Prospectus09 Nov 2023pdf
Value Assessment Report 23 Oct 2023pdf
Annual Reports 03 Aug 2023pdf
Annual Short Report 03 Aug 2023pdf
Interim Short Report 03 Aug 2023pdf
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