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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Total Return : 1.7% (31 May 2018 - 31 May 2019)
Currency Total Return Standard Deviation Max Drawdown
1 of 41

Darwin Leisure Development A Acc

GBP

8.6%

1.1

0.0%

2 of 41

TIME Freehold Income Authorised A Gross Acc

GBP

7.9%

0.6

0%

3 of 41

Darwin Leisure Property C Inc

GBP

7.5%

0.3

0%

4 of 41

Hermes Property Unit Trust

GBP

6.5%

2.6

-0.2%

5 of 41

Charities Property

GBP

5.5%

2.6

0.0%

6 of 41

The Property Income Trust for Charities

GBP

5.0%

1.1

-0.2%

7 of 41

Social Long Income PAIF A Gross Acc

GBP

5.0%

0.5

0%

8 of 41

Commercial Long Income PAIF A Gr Acc

GBP

4.7%

0.2

0%

9 of 41

Social Long Income Feeder Trust I Net Acc

GBP

4.3%

0.5

0%

10 of 41

UBS Triton Property Fund A

GBP

4.2%

1.7

-0.5%

11 of 41

Commercial Long Income Feeder Trust I Net Acc

GBP

3.9%

0.2

0%

12 of 41

Schroder Indirect Real Estate A

GBP

3.6%

1.6

-0.3%

13 of 41

Janus Henderson UK Property PAIF I Acc

GBP

3.2%

0.7

-0.1%

14 of 41

MGTS St Johns High Income Property GBP Acc

GBP

2.8%

0.9

-0.5%

15 of 41

LF Canlife UK Property ACS P Acc

GBP

2.7%

1.3

-0.8%

16 of 41

TM Home Investor Feeder Net Acc

GBP

2.6%

1.2

-0.2%

17 of 41

Legal & General UK Property R Acc (PAIF)

GBP

2.6%

1.1

-0.4%

17 of 41

Legal & General UK Property Feeder R Acc

GBP

2.6%

1.1

-0.4%

19 of 41

KMG Wren Retirement A GBP

GBP

2.5%

3.7

-1.4%

20 of 41

Janus Henderson UK Property PAIF Feeder A Acc

GBP

2.5%

0.7

-0.2%

21 of 41

TM Home Investor B Ret Net

GBP

2.3%

1.2

-0.1%

22 of 41

Royal London Property Trust I Acc A

GBP

1.8%

0.7

-0.3%

22 of 41

Royal London Property A Acc

GBP

1.8%

0.7

-0.3%

24 of 41

SLI UK Real Estate Inc Feeder Retail Inc

GBP

1.7%

1.0

-0.4%

25 of 41

SLI UK Real Estate Retail Acc

GBP

1.7%

1.1

-0.4%

26 of 41

SLI UK Real Estate Acc Feeder Retail Acc

GBP

1.6%

1.0

-0.4%

27 of 41

BMO UK Property 1 Acc

GBP

1.6%

0.7

-0.2%

28 of 41

BMO UK Property Feeder 1 Acc

GBP

1.5%

0.7

-0.2%

28 of 41

AEW UK Core Property A

GBP

1.5%

11.4

-7.6%

30 of 41

Aviva Investors UK Property Feeder Inc 1

GBP

0.2%

1.7

-2.1%

31 of 41

Aviva Investors UK Property Fund 1 Acc

GBP

0.2%

1.5

-2.1%

32 of 41

Aviva Investors UK Property Feeder Acc 1

GBP

0.1%

1.5

-2.1%

33 of 41

M&G Property Portfolio Sterling A Inc

GBP

0.1%

1.1

-1.5%

34 of 41

St James's Place Property Acc

GBP

-0.2%

1.3

-1.8%

35 of 41

Aberdeen UK Property A Acc

GBP

-1.0%

1.6

-2.8%

36 of 41

Kames Property Income B Gross Acc GBP

GBP

-2.8%

5.9

-5.5%

37 of 41

Kames Property Feeder Acc B GBP Acc

GBP

-3.6%

5.9

-5.6%

38 of 41

KMG Castel Property A GBP

GBP

-3.7%

1.2

-4.1%

39 of 41

Threadneedle Feeder UK Property Ret Net Acc

GBP

-4.6%

6.7

-6.5%

39 of 41

Threadneedle PAIF Retail Net Acc

GBP

-4.6%

6.7

-6.5%

41 of 41

Coast Freehold Income Qualified

GBP

-13.1%

13.9

-17.6%

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