Barclays Multi-Impact Growth Fund
Barclays Multi-Impact Growth Fund’s investment process combines three distinct levels of internal and external expertise. Find out more.
This investment takes a moderate level of risk to provide long-term growth. There’s more exposure to riskier investments than Barclays’ lower risk profile funds, but it’s still well diversified to try to mitigate some of that risk. At this level, short-term changes in value are more likely and while you’ll be invested in both bonds and shares, it’ll lean more towards the latter.
Barclays Multi-Impact Growth Fund’s investment process combines three distinct levels of internal and external expertise.
- Barclays asset allocation - asset allocation is the way investments are organised across broad types, such as shares and bonds. Our Strategic Asset Allocation model is the mix of assets that we believe has the best chance of achieving specified financial goals over the longer term at a moderate level of risk.
Please note: The actual asset allocation may deviate from those shown due to intentional shifts we make to take advantage of short-term opportunities and risks, as we see them.
- Fund management - positioning within each asset class and market is defined by the fund manager using what Barclays see as ‘best in class’ impact funds. They blend the investment styles and impact considerations whilst undertaking day-to-day reviews of the fund and monitoring developments in the markets.
- Impact Security selection - Individual security selection is implemented through selected third-party funds; these fund managers have extensive and proven expertise in their asset class and impact investment strategy.
Understanding types of risk
The value of the investments can fall as well as rise. You may not get back what you invest. We're not recommending the fund as being suitable for you based on your personal circumstances. If you're unsure about this investment’s suitability for you, you should seek independent advice.
This fund carries various types of risk you’ll need to be aware of.
- With bonds the market value can move up and down. They have counterparty risk, this is the issuer’s ability to pay the income and repay the nominal value of the bond at the end of the term. Find out more about bond pricing
- With shares, stock markets can be volatile, so prices can change quickly and substantially and there may therefore be significant falls in value
- This fund may invest in emerging markets which can mean greater risks than well-developed economies
- Changes in interest rates and currency values also add risk
Whilst there is growing evidence that the risk-adjusted returns from sustainable investment strategies do as well or outperform traditional strategies, because this is a broad and developing area we cannot draw any concrete conclusions about its expected returns as a whole.
There are other risks too that are explained in the Key Investor Information Documents (KIID) below. You should read the KIID before choosing to invest in this fund. It contains important information about the fund and its risks.
The total ongoing cost of the fund is 1.35% per annum based on the value of your holding. This is made up of:
- Fund fees (OCF – Ongoing Charges Figure): reduced to 1.15% per annum until September 2020 moving back to an OCF of 1.40% thereafter
- Our Smart Investor customer fee: 0.20% per annum or a minimum of £4 per month plus a transaction fee of £3 each time you carry out a transaction, or only £1 if set up as a regular investment.
Ready to buy and have an account with us?
- You can purchase this investment by searching for “Impact Growth” or using the fund code (ISIN) “GB00BYPZYN82”.
Strategic Asset Allocation(%)
Cash & Short Maturity Bonds
Developed Government Bonds
Investment Grade Bonds
Developed Markets Equities
Emerging Markets Equities
Global Markets 1
Please note: The actual asset allocation may deviate from those weights shown due to intentional shifts we make to take advantage of short-term opportunities and risks, as we see them.