Whether you are saving for retirement or investing to receive an income, funds (Unit Trusts & OEICs) can play an important part in your overall investment portfolio.
You can reduce risk by spreading your investments over a range of asset classes or markets without having to buy individual shares. Eligible funds can also be invested within a tax efficient wrapper such as a Stocks and Shares ISA or a SIPP, helping you make the most of your annual tax allowance.
Find out what TD and Fund Managers charge you to invest in funds
What are Funds?
Funds are where investors' money is pooled and invested on their behalf by professional Fund Managers on a range of shares, Gilts, Bonds and Cash deposits.
Funds in Detail
New regulations – Retail Distribution Review (RDR) – were introduced at the end of 2012 to bring clarity on how people pay for their investments, particularly in relation to funds. Find out what RDR means for you.
Introducing Clean Funds
We are now introducing a range of simpler 'clean funds' that do not include trail commission, which means that more of your money stays invested.
Investing in Funds eGuide
Learn more about investing in Funds by downloading our free guide.