Can I deal in collective investments?
A collective investment is a fund that pools the money of multiple investors together to increase their buying power. It’s managed by a specialist fund manager, and spread across a number of different assets, depending on the type of fund it is and what sector it invests in.
The various types of pooled funds include unit trusts, open-ended investment companies (OEICs), investment trusts, and exchange traded funds. You can access over 2000 collective investments in the UK and Europe via our funds universe.
Find out more about investing in funds.
- What is the difference between income and accumulation units?
- How do funds (unit trust and OEICs) pay out income?
- How can I buy or sell investments in my account?
- Will I always get a quote when I try to place a deal?
- How do I find the key information about a fund?
- How can I pay money into my account?