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Funds can be an easy way to diversify your investments and spread risk. Choose from our three diversified Starting Options, or build your own portfolio from our range of tracker funds below. Invest in socially responsible (ESG) funds, global and emerging markets, technology, property and more.
Track the global stock market with shares in more than 1,600 companies like Apple and Amazon.
Track the global stock market with shares in more than 1,600 companies across 23 developed countries. You probably interact with many of these companies every day; like Apple and Amazon. And, you’re invested in businesses around the world from Toyota in Japan to Microsoft in the US.
With your risk spread globally, you haven’t got all your eggs in one basket.
Invest in global companies that score highly on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.
Invest in a range of companies from across the developed global stock market who consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. These include things like how companies respond to climate change, treat their workers and manage their supply chains.
Please note that this fund is domiciled in Ireland and is not covered by the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Champion the healthcare sector by investing in companies like Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer.
Gain exposure to the global healthcare sector by tracking the performance of healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies that are included in the FTSE World Index.
You’ll invest in companies like Pfizer which develops and produces medicines and Johnson & Johnson which develops medical devices and pharmaceutical goods.
Gain exposure to over 300 property companies across a range of industries, from residential to retail.
Gain exposure to property without buying any buildings yourself. Pool your money with lots of others to invest in over 300 property companies from around the world, across a range of industries from residential housing to shopping centres.
You’ll own shares in companies like Equity Residential that develops luxury apartments in the US.
Follow the principles of Islamic finance by excluding industries such as alcohol and tobacco.
With an investment process that’s been approved by an independent Shariah committee, this fund excludes industries such as alcohol, gambling, tobacco, military equipment or weapons and any products containing pork. You’ll invest globally into shares across a range of sectors such as Technology and Healthcare.
Please note that this fund is domiciled in Luxembourg and is not covered by the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Invest your money across a range of developing markets, including Asia and Latin America.
Track companies in Emerging Markets such as Asia, Latin America and Africa, which have been selected based on long-term growth. The fund invests in a range of sectors such as Technology and Retail and includes companies like Samsung, Alibaba and Tencent.
Invest in companies from Emerging Markets, like Asia and Latin America, that score highly on ESG factors.
Invest in a range of companies from across Emerging Markets who consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. These factors include things like how companies respond to climate change, treat their workers and manage their supply chains.
Back the building of new technologies by investing in the biggest tech companies like Google.
Follow the companies who are pioneering some of the world’s biggest digital trends. You’ll track the performance of companies in the FTSE World Index which are engaged in Information Technology activities like Apple, Microsoft, and Google.
Invest in bonds issued by developed economies to diversify your portfolio and balance your risk.
Diversify your portfolio and balance your risk with government bonds of largest developed economies, excluding the UK. Like corporate bonds, they’ll generally offer better returns than cash but with lower risk and returns than shares.
Governments borrow cash to help fund public services like new schools, roads and hospitals. Returns and volatility of bonds depend very much on who’s issuing them, however government bonds are considered to be a relatively safe investment.
Balance your risk and diversify your portfolio with corporate bonds issued by overseas companies.
Balance your portfolio with bonds which are generally a lower risk and lower return option than shares. Big companies borrow cash from people like you to fund their growth, and you get interest and loan repaid. This fund invests in over 4,000 well-known global companies like JP Morgan Chase & Co, Comcast, CVS Health and Bank of America.
The underlying fund is called iShares Overseas Corporate Bond Index Fund (UK) and aims to track the Barclays Global Aggregate Corporate Index.
Take a cautious risk approach and deposit your money with banks offering top interest rates.
Make modest returns with a lower level of risk in this Cash Fund. Instead of investing in shares, the fund deposits most of your money with the banks and financial institutions offering the most competitive interest rates at the time.
Cash is unlikely to rise in value as much as the other asset classes when times are good, but it will help provide stability during the ups and downs along the way.
This range of funds aims to optimise your investment allocation over time based on when you plan to retire.
Optimise your investment strategy as you go through life. The fund automatically moves your money from higher growth assets such as shares and property when you’re younger, through to safer investments such as bonds as you get older and closer to retirement.
We believe in being fair and transparent, so we've set out the fees you'll pay for our investing accounts in the table below.
These fees cover all trading and transaction costs. You can withdraw free of charge.
Free for the first 3 months
Pension - Balances up to £100,000 0.45%
Pension - Balances over £100,000 0.15%
Charged directly by fund providers. Incl. transaction costs
All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.