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How many investment options do you have?

  We have eight different funds available. The default fund is the ‘balanced’ investment profile – the core of which …

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How does a unit-linked policy work?

With a unit-linked policy any contributions paid in are used to buy units in the investment funds. The value of …

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What are unit-linked funds?

  An investment fund collects cash for investment from many people. This cash is then invested in a wide range …

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What are the less risky investments?

  All investments have an element of risk and their fund value can go down as well as up. The …

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Do you have any ‘no risk’ funds?

  No. There isn’t such a thing as an investment with no risk.

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How do investment funds work?

An investment fund is divided into a number of equal units which are then held for each investor. The value …

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How do I check the current prices of my fund?

  You can check the historic and current prices of your fund by visiting our website at bandce.co.uk/about-us/how-we-work/fund-unit-prices/. The policy …

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Where can I find historical fund performance?

You can check the historical (and current) prices of your fund by visiting our B&CE website at bandce.co.uk/about-us/how-we-work/fund-unit-prices/. The policy value …

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Which fund managers do B&CE use?

  Our fund managers are State Street Global Advisers, and we use HSBC Global Asset Management for the Shariah Fund.

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Who are State Street Global Advisors (SSGA)?

  SSGA is a global leader in asset management, entrusted with £1.73 trillion (as at 31 March 2016) in assets …

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Investment information

How many investment options do you have?

  We have eight different funds available. The default fund is the ‘balanced’ investment profile – the core of which …

View full answer >>

How does a unit-linked policy work?

With a unit-linked policy any contributions paid in are used to buy units in the investment funds. The value of …

View full answer >>

What are unit-linked funds?

  An investment fund collects cash for investment from many people. This cash is then invested in a wide range …

View full answer >>

What are the less risky investments?

  All investments have an element of risk and their fund value can go down as well as up. The …

View full answer >>

Do you have any ‘no risk’ funds?

  No. There isn’t such a thing as an investment with no risk.

View full answer >>

How do investment funds work?

An investment fund is divided into a number of equal units which are then held for each investor. The value …

View full answer >>

How do I check the current prices of my fund?

  You can check the historic and current prices of your fund by visiting our website at bandce.co.uk/about-us/how-we-work/fund-unit-prices/. The policy …

View full answer >>

Where can I find historical fund performance?

You can check the historical (and current) prices of your fund by visiting our B&CE website at bandce.co.uk/about-us/how-we-work/fund-unit-prices/. The policy value …

View full answer >>

Which fund managers do B&CE use?

  Our fund managers are State Street Global Advisers, and we use HSBC Global Asset Management for the Shariah Fund.

View full answer >>

Who are State Street Global Advisors (SSGA)?

  SSGA is a global leader in asset management, entrusted with £1.73 trillion (as at 31 March 2016) in assets …

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