Fund Facts and Key Dates
Launched in 1868, the trust was the world’s oldest collective investment fund. A lot has happened in the world over the last 150 years. And investment opportunities have changed, too.
A glance at the companies that the trust invests in today shows how the financial landscape has transformed over the years.
Alongside giants like BP and Unilever sit powerful newcomers like Amazon, Netflix and Facebook, and rising star companies in developing markets.
Annual general meeting
Dividend payment date(s)
February, May, August, November (Quarterly)
March (final) July (half yearly)
Columbia Threadneedle Investment Business Limited
FTSE All World TR index (Pre 01/01/2013 60% FTSE World ex UK TR Index/40% FTSE All Share TR Index).
£5.4 billion (as at 30.11.2022)
Performance (%) as at 30.11.2022
Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
Source: Lipper. Basis: share price, percentage growth, bid to bid, net income reinvested. Basis in accordance to the regulations of the Financial Conduct Authority. The discrete annual performance table refers to 12 month periods, ending at the date shown. The cumulative performance table refers to cumulative periods ending 30.06.2022.
Note: The performance figures shown here will differ to those shown in the Key Information Document (KID) as they are based on actual past performance data. The performance information in the KID is presented on a forward-looking basis using economic models based on historical prices and volatility of the product (as prescribed by regulations).
CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE (%) as at 30.11.2022
DISCRETE ANNUAL PERFORMANCE (%) as at 30.11.2022
2022 / 2021
2021 / 2020
2020 / 2019
2019 / 2018
2018 / 2017
NAV – Net Asset Value. This is the value of the fund’s assets (e.g. investments, stocks, shares, bonds) less its liabilities (i.e. costs that need to be paid out of the value of the fund)
Benchmark: The FTSE All-World (Total Return) Index
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