A fund to suit your investment objectives and risk appetite
Money Market Funds: Usually invest in short-term (less than one year to maturity) money market securities such as Treasury Bills and Guaranteed Commercial Papers. These mutual funds can be used by individuals looking to generate a regular income.
Fixed Income Funds: Usually invest in bonds and money market securities issued by a range of different borrowers, including governments and companies. These mutual funds can be used by individuals who are seeking a regular income and/or for capital growth.
Equity Funds: Usually invest in the shares of a broad selection of companies, with investment decisions taken by professional fund managers. These mutual funds are primarily used by individuals looking to access the long-term growth potential of equity markets.
Multi-asset Funds: Usually invest in equities, bond and other asset classes in an attempt to spread risk and take advantage of a wider range of investment opportunities. These mutual funds can focus on long-term positive returns or on producing a regular income.