Shown after the name of your fund. This is an abbreviation of accumulation.
With accumulation shares/units your income is reinvested into the fund and reflected in the price of each share/unit.
The income that has been paid out to you or reinvested into your fund.
General Investment Account. A generic term for OEIC and Unit Trust investments.
Shown after the name of your fund. This is an abbreviation of income.
Shares or units where income from your investment is paid to you in the form of interest or dividends.
Individual Savings Account.
An Open-Ended Investment Company with Variable Capital, also known as an Investment Company with Variable Capital, (ICVC), is a way of combining your money with other investors' money to create a bigger 'pool' for investment.
On the ‘Account’ page, this is the price for the fund at the last valuation point.
On the ‘Transaction history’ page, this is the price the trade received on the Price date shown.
Where money received as an income from your investments is used to buy more shares/units for you.
Shares/units you have purchased via monthly contributions by direct debit. This is also known as a regular savings facility.
Shares/units you have purchased from us.
Switch in/Switch out
The movement of money from one fund to another.
Shares/units transferred into your account from another Plan Manager or another product.
Shares/units transferred to another Plan Manager or to another product.
An Authorised Unit Trust is a way of combining your money with other investors' money to create a bigger 'pool' for investment.
Shares/units you have sold back to us.