Choose your ISA funds with our expert's help

Each year our Investment Director Tom Stevenson reveals the funds he'll be putting in his ISA.

This year, nine years into the current bull market, Tom is taking a relatively cautious approach and he has chosen three well diversified funds from the Select 50 - a list of around 50 funds recommended by a panel of investment experts. They are Invesco Perpetual European Equity IncomeFidelity Global Special Situations and Old Mutual Asia Pacific.

Alternatively, if you don’t think these funds are for you, and you’d like a different way to use our experts’ ideas, you could consider the new Select 50 Balanced Fund. It contains the fund manager’s favourite funds from across the Select 50 – her top picks from what is already a list of our experts’ best ideas.

Although Tom is recommending these funds, he’s not saying they’ll necessarily be right for you. If you’re unsure about the suitability of these funds for your personal circumstances you should speak to an authorised financial adviser. Please also remember that the value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up so you may not get back what you invest.

Tom’s ISA picks revealed

Watch Tom Stevenson talk about the funds he's investing in this year.

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The Select 50 Balanced Fund

A new fund that brings our experts’ favourite funds together in one investment.

A closer look at Tom's picks

Invesco Perpetual European Equity Income

A value-oriented, income-focused fund managed by Stephanie Butcher, in a region with excellent companies that could benefit from the ongoing pick-up in activity.

Fidelity Global Special Situations

An unconstrained global fund managed by Jeremy Podger, who can search the world for the best stock-picking opportunities.

Old Mutual Asia Pacific

Investing across Asia Pacific, including Australia, manager Ian Heslop has the ability to move between stocks and sectors in the region as the market mood shifts.

Tom looks back at his 2017 picks

What were Tom's fund recommendations last year? In this video Tom looks back at the investment themes from 2017 and how they affected the performance of his fund picks.

The views expressed may no longer be current and may have already been acted upon. Overseas investments may be affected by changes in exchange rates. Investments in small and emerging markets may be more volatile than those in more developed markets. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.