What charges and costs will you pay for investing in a First State Investments Fund?
Charges and costs can have a real impact on the returns that you get from a fund so it’s important to know what you will pay when you invest. Below is a summary of the relevant charges and costs associated with our Funds.
The value of investments and any income from them may go down as well as up and are not guaranteed. Investors may get back significantly less than the original amount invested. If you are in any doubt as to the suitability of our funds for your investment needs, please seek investment advice.
|First State Investment - Charges|
|Charges and costs||Paid by investors|
|1. Ongoing charge (including Annual Management Charge and Additional Expenses)||Yes|
|2. Broker Commission (Portfolio transaction costs)||Yes|
|3. Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (SDRT)||On certain Funds|
|4. Initial Charge||On certain Funds|
|5. Switching charge||On certain switching transactions|
|6. Exit charge||No|
|7. Performance fee||No|
Our Funds are all single priced which means that the price for buying and selling is the same. For more specific information about charges and costs for specific funds please visit our literature page or click on one of the below:
- First State Investments ICVC (OEIC) Prospectus
- First State Investments ICVC (OEIC) Enhanced disclosure of fund charges and costs
- First State Global Umbrella Fund Prospectus
- First State Global Umbrella Fund Enhanced disclosure of fund charges and costs
For more general information please visit the IMA website for more about charges and costs on funds.