How are funds priced?
Funds are generally priced daily. They are priced at the same time every day, which is set by the fund manager, and the value of the fund will depend on the value of its underlying assets.
Each fund manager will have a dealing cut off point and you need to place your order before that point if you wish to deal at that day’s price. You will need to check the research page for each fund for the relevant cut off point. If you instruct us to buy a fund after its cut off point, you’ll normally buy at the following day’s price.
Find out more about investing in funds.
- How do I find the key information about a fund?
- Do I need new log in details to use the apps?
- What are your charges for dealing internationally?
- What is the difference between income and accumulation units?
- Will I always get a quote when I try to place a deal?
- How do funds (unit trust and OEICs) pay out income?