Can I deal in collective investments?

A collective investment is one where the money of a number of investors is ‘pooled’ together to increase their buying power. The ‘fund’ is managed by a specialist fund manager, and it is spread across a number of different assets, which will depend on the type of fund it is and what sector it is invested in.

There are various types of pooled funds, including unit trusts, open-ended investment companies (OEICs), investment trusts, and exchange traded funds. You have access to thousands of different ones in the UK and Europe through our funds universe.