This fund changed strategy in October 2021. For the period before October 2021, to help you compare it with other funds we have replicated the performance of the markets the funds invest in, to give an indication of what the performance may have been prior to the strategy change. The simulated return takes into account an annual cost of 0.85% and that the mix of assets are re-balanced once per month.
The fund doesn’t use a benchmark as a guide for investing or as a target to beat. But we do use a performance comparator which investors may want to compare the fund’s performance against. This comprises 30% shares and 70% bonds. Shares are represented by the MSCI All Countries World Index GBP, whilst bonds are represented by the Bloomberg Global Aggregate Bond Index – GBP Hedged.
Remember, past performance is not a reliable guide to the future. The value of your investment can go down as well as up, and you may get back less than you invest. This is a medium to long term investment so you should be prepared to invest your money for at least 5 years.
|Dec 2017 to
|Dec 2018 to
|Dec 2019 to
|Dec 2020 to
|Dec 2021 to
|Virgin Money Pension Growth Fund 1||-3.0%||10.0%||4.4%||3.2%||-10.0%|
Source Lipper, total return (income reinvested). The returns shown above are based on index returns (see above) up until 29.10.20 thereafter actual returns are used. Lump sum invested 31 December 2017 to 31 December 2022. For details of the performance comparator for each fund please see the respective Key Investor Information Document.
Based on the simulated performance data outlined above, if you had invested £10,000 in the Virgin Money Growth Fund 1 on 31 December 2017, it would be worth £10,345 on 31 December 2022.