CF Woodford Income Focus Fund
The new CF Woodford Income Focus Fund offer period is now over and the fund is open for investment.
Although the offer period for the fund is over, you can still invest as you would normally invest in a fund. If you make an investment instruction, it will be placed for the next available calculated valuation price and will settle in 4 working days.
The CF Woodford Income Focus Fund is the latest addition to Woodford Investment Management’s fund portfolio, which also includes the CF Woodford Equity Income Fund, an Open Ended Investment Company (an OEIC) first launched in March 2014, and the Woodford Patient Capital Trust (Investment Trust), launched in April 2015.
About the CF Woodford Equity Income Fund
- Fund manager: Neil Woodford
- Fund type: Open Ended Investment Company (OEIC)
- IA sector: IA Specialist
- Benchmark: FTSE All Share Index
- Investment objective: to provide a high level of income1 together with capital growth
- Distribution frequency: quarterly.
1The fund manager will aim to deliver an income of 5p per share per annum. Investors should be aware that there is no guarantee that any specific level of dividend yield will be achieved over any given time period.
How to invest
We offer the C class version of the fund which has an estimated Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) of 0.75%. Before deciding whether to invest in the fund you must read the Key Investor Information Document (KIID), and you may also wish to refer to the fund prospectus. These documents are available above.
You can hold the fund in a Barclays Stockbrokers MarketMaster®, Investment ISA or SIPP.
Remember, the value of investments can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invest. If you are unsure about investing, seek independent advice.
Open an investment account
If you don’t have an investment account with us, but want to invest in the fund, you’ll need to open one first. You’ll be able to hold the fund in a MarketMaster®, Investment ISA or SIPP.
Remember, the value of investments can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invest.
Barclays Stockbrokers is an execution-only stockbroker and does not provide advice on the suitability of investments. If you are unsure if an investment is suitable for you, seek independent advice.