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Rathbone Income Fund

DEFINITION

  • Around 40-50 of mainly UK shares
  • Value investment process
  • Not beholden to a benchmark
  • The fund has a spread of various company sizes and types
  • Half-yearly distribution of income
  • Targets an above-average and rising dividend

RATINGS

Impt. Info Morningstar Quantative 4 star ratingMorningstar Quantative Bronze ratingMorningstar OBSR Five Year AwardRayner Spencer Mills ratedCrown rated 5
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Carl Stick

Notes on downloads

  • Our compliance with the UK Stewardship Code is detailed in this pdf.
  • The document on 'our charges explained' aims to make our charging structure more transparent and easier to understand. This should be read in conjunction with our Key Investor Information Document and Supplementary Information Documents.
  • In an industry move to improve how charges for funds are described and displayed. Our guide on ‘do you know what you’re comparing?’ enables you to make meaningful comparisons between different providers. Always ask a product provider which figures they are quoting and why?
  • Our industry trade body, The Investment Management Association (IMA), offer additional guidance on the charges and costs of investing. Please visit the IMA website.

WHY INVEST

  • Record of rising total income payouts in all but one of the past 10 years
  • Yield is higher than that of the FTSE All-Share Index (we aim for 20% higher)
  • Continuity and consistency of returns - Carl Stick, fund manager since January 2000

HOW TO INVEST

Visit our ‘How to Invest’ pages to find out your various options for buying the fund.



Economic and market review September 2014

30th October 2014 in Market Commentary

UK A combination of geopolitical tensions, weak European data and uncertainty around the Scottish Referendum conspired to push down risk appetite and equity markets lower in September. Indeed, the FTSE All-Share index saw its second largest monthly...

Economic and market review August 2014

31st August 2014 in Market Commentary

UK The UK equity market followed a classic V-shaped pattern during August. Early jitters, triggered by escalating tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East, soon gave way to bullish optimism after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi stated th...

Economic and market review July 2014

31st July 2014 in Market Commentary

UK Geopolitical developments dominated the headlines in this month. Rising tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine, the near collapse of a Portuguese bank and continued worries over earlier than expected interest rate hikes limited investors’ risk...

Economic and market review June 2014

30th June 2014 in Market Commentary

UK UK equity markets lost some of their steam during June, with the FTSE All-Share closing the month -1.3%. Continued tensions in the Middle East kept oil prices elevated, and helped to push oil and gas stocks towards the top of the sector performan...

Economic and market review May2014

31st May 2014 in Market Commentary

UK UK equity markets continued to grind higher during May. After suffering significant falls in recent months, mid-caps regained their poise and have now recovered most of their year-to-date relative losses. Economic data were also robust, with UK r...

Economic and market review April 2014

30th April 2014 in Market Commentary

UK UK equity markets performed well during April, pushing the main indices back into positive territory for the year-to-date. Improving macroeconomic data and an explosion of M&A activity in the hitherto dormant healthcare sector provided the ba...

  • 1What is the frequency of dealing?
    Dealing is daily at midday.
  • 2What dealing processes are available?
    Investments can be made by telephone, fax or in writing. ISA applications should be made by post using an ISA application form.
  • 3Who is the manager of the fund and when was he/she appointed to the lead role for this fund?
    Carl Stick, the fund manager was appointed as lead manager in January 2000.
  • 4What charges apply for this fund?

    The charges differ for retail and institutional investors. For more information please see the [“Charges”] section of the fund’s Key Investor Information Document (KIID).

  • 5What is the frequency of reporting?
    We produce monthly factsheets and 6-monthly fund manager (fund accounting) reports – all of which are available on this website. We also send portfolio valuations every six months, to both you and your financial adviser, dated 31 December and 30 June.
  • 6What are the income distribution dates for the fund?
    The income distribution dates are 15 June and 15 December.  The latest dividends and historic payments are published on the fund factsheet.
  • 7What is the minimum investment size?

    The minimum lump sum investment is £1000, (£500 for additional investments). 

    From 31 December 2012 we ceased to offer a regular savings plan (including ISAs). We will continue to accept payments to savings plans that have been opened prior to this date; however, we are not able to accept any increases in monthly subscriptions.

    View the ISA information for further details on subscription limits for the current tax year.

  • 8Where can I find the latest Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) or Total Expense Ratio (TER) for the fund?
    This can be found in the latest Managers Report and Fund Factsheet which is available at this website, and you can contact us for further information on the following number: Information Line: 020 7399 0399 or email: rutm@rathbones.com
  • 9Where can I find the yield for the fund?

    The month-end yield can be found on our monthly factsheets – available on this website or by calling our Information Line on 020 7399 0399 or emailing rutm@rathbones.com. Daily yields are shown in the prices section of The Financial Times.

     

  • 10Can the fund form part of an ISA and/or a SIPP?
    Yes.
  • 11How do I obtain a Managers Report?
    The Managers Report and a host of other fund information is available at this website, and you can contact us for further information on the following number: Information Line: 020 7399 0399 or email: rutm@rathbones.com
  • 12In which daily national newspapers can I find the fund prices and income yield?

    These can be found in the Daily Telegraph. It should be noted that we only publish R class prices, and not I class.

    We have decided to remove the prices of our funds from the Daily Telegraph newspaper with effect from the 1st July 2014. This decision has been taken as we endeavour to contain and reduce costs on the funds and takes into account that prices are now available on various websites including our own and in other durable media and also by calling our administration office. We are also mindful of the current relevance of the prices we put in the paper – these will not necessarily reflect the price your client will get by dealing through you.