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|Investment House||Legal & General|
|Fund Provider||Legal & General(Unit Trust Managers)Ltd|
|Manager||Jennifer Gillespie Biography|
Fund Objective The investment objective of the Trust is to maintain capital and to provide a return in line with money market rates, before charges. The Trust will generally invest in short-term deposits, certificates of deposit, government bonds issued in pounds sterling and Repos. The maximum maturity of these instruments is 397 days but the Trust must maintain a weighted average maturity of less than 60 days. The bonds that the Trust invests in must be investment grade (rated as lower risk). The Trust may also invest in other fixed income securities, other money market instruments and collective investment schemes. The Trust may use derivatives for efficient portfolio management purposes only. Where the Manager considers it appropriate, for example, in times of market stress, the Trust may be significantly invested in government and public securities.
|Fund Type||UNIT TRUST|
|12-Month NAV High||-|
|12-Month NAV Low||-|
|Fund Comparative Index||IA MM Sector|
|Morningstar CategoryTM||GBP Money Market|
Fund versus Morningstar Category
The value of the fund and the income from it can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invested. If your fund invests in overseas markets, changes in currency exchange rates may affect the value of your investment. If your fund invests in small and emerging markets, these can be more volatile than other more developed markets. Past performance is not a guide to future returns.
For funds that invest in bonds, please be aware that the price of bonds is influenced by movements in interest rates, changes in the credit rating of bond issuers, and other factors such as inflation and market dynamics. In general, as interest rates rise the price of a bond will fall. The risk of default is based on the issuer's ability to make interest payments and to repay the loan at maturity. Default risk may therefore vary between different government issuers as well as between different corporate issuers.
Some of the performance and risk data presented may start before the share class was launched. If so, the data prior to the launch date of the share class is based on the fund or share class that has similar or higher charges, in order to provide an indication of longer term performance and risk. Please refer to the launch date and performance start date in the fund factsheet to determine whether the data has been extended.Past Performance and Risk & Volatility figures are presented in British Pounds Sterling (GBP). Fund returns are calculated on a Nav to Nav or Bid to Bid basis with income reinvested either after tax (for UK-domiciled funds) or gross of tax (for offshore funds). Performance figures include the effect of the OCF/TER. To cover distribution costs a separate service fee is now also charged on most funds, which is not included in the past performance figures. Consequently the past performance of the fund may be less than that shown on the chart due to the effect of the service fee.