Live fund prices
The published prices are those of the most expensive class offered by the manager for investment by members of the public, other than financial institutions. Prices are calculated on a net asset value basis. The single price (NAV) per unit reflects the total assets of a portfolio less permissible deductions divided by the number of units in issue. Permissible deductions may include management fees, brokerage, Securities Transfer Tax (STT), auditor’s fees, bank charges and trustee fees.
The minimum disclosure document (MDD) of a portfolio contains all the information and disclosures as required by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) to be included in the MDD and general investor reports. They set out the characteristics and objectives of each portfolio to help you understand the nature and risks of that portfolio so that you can make informed investment decisions. You should ensure that the portfolio you select is appropriate for your needs and objectives.