How to invest

How to invest in our fund range

For the Smith & Williamson onshore and offshore investment fund range, dealing information is as follows. If you need any further information on how to invest, please contact our broker desk on 020 7131 8100 or funds@smithandwilliamson.com.

Onshore funds

Smith & Williamson Fund Administration Limited
25 Moorgate
London
EC2R 6AY
Tel: 0141 222 1150
Fax: 020 7131 8261

Offshore funds

Smith & Williamson Investment Funds Plc
C/o BNP Paribas Fund Services Dublin Limited
Trinity Point
10-11 Leinster Street South
Dublin 2
Tel: 00 353 1 612 6476
Fax: 00 353 1 512 5362

Before investing, you should read the appropriate prospectus available within this website.

Anti-Dilution Levy Policy

To protect existing investors in a fund, an anti-dilution levy may be charged in certain circumstances at the discretion of the Authorised Corporate Director (for UK domiciled funds) or the Directors of Smith & Williamson Investment Funds PLC (for the Irish funds), in respect of any purchase, redemption or switching of shares or units (except for the switching of share classes within a fund). This levy is paid to the fund, not the investment manager. The ACD/Directors may review the trigger points if funds are significantly growing or shrinking.

These usual trigger points for the levy, based on the net daily position of sales/redemptions, are listed in three bands below:

Fund Trigger point (% of NAV)
Short-Dated Corporate Bond Fund 1%
Fixed Interest Trust 1%
Global Government Bond Fund 1%
Medium-Dated Corporate Bond Fund 1%
Global Gold and Resources Fund 3%
MM Cautious Growth Fund 3%
MM Endurance Balanced Fund 3%
MM Global Investment Fund 3%
UK Equity Growth Trust 3%
Enterprise Fund 10%
All other equity funds 5%

Market and currency movements may cause the capital value of the shares, and income from them, to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invested when you decide to sell your shares.

Investing through fund supermarkets

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