The CBF Church of England Fixed Interest Securities Fund

Key facts

Launch date
February 1977
Unit types
Income/Accumulation
Minimum initial investment
£1,000
Minimum subsequent investment
Nil
Dealing day
Every Tuesday
Bid to mid spread
0.233%
Mid to offer spread
0.233%

Fund overview

On 12 May 2022 we wrote to investors advising them of the forthcoming change to the fund’s investment objective and outsourcing of portfolio management. We indicated that our implementation date was to be 10 June 2022 or shortly thereafter. As we complete the final preparations for the transfer, the expected date is being finalised. While we do not have a definitive date at this stage we do know it will be at some point after 10 June 2022 and we will notify investors via the website of the actual implementation date as soon as it is known.

Fund objective

Aims to provide investors with an income yield and a total return in excess of the Benchmark.

Fund policy

CCLA supports the Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG). EIAG policies are available at https://www.churchofengland.org/about/leadership-and-governance/ethical-investment-advisory-group

Fund suitability

Suitable for the long-term funds of any Church of England charity seeking an income by investing in UK bonds.

Who can invest?

Any charitable organisation with objects closely connected to the work of the Church of England.

 

Fund documents

For Diocese use only

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