Rathbone Greenbank fund range

The funds used in four of the five strategies are managed by Rathbone Funds’ Multi-Asset Portfolio fund management team.
Will McIntosh-Whyte is the day-to-day fund manager, working alongside David Coombs (head of multi-asset investments). They have extensive experience, and their track records demonstrate their ability to deliver returns through different market conditions.

The fifth strategy is delivered through the Rathbone Greenbank Global Sustainability Fund* which is managed by Rathbone Funds’ manager, David Harrison, who has over 17 years of experience in fund management and equity analysis.

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Rathbone Greenbank Total Return Portfolio

We aim to deliver a greater total return than the Bank of England's Base Rate + 2%, after fees. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (interest and dividend payments). We use the Bank of England's Base Rate + 2% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to provide a return in excess of what you would receive in a UK savings account. There is no guarantee that we will achieve a total return over a three-year, or any, time period. This is an investment product, not a cash savings account. Your capital is at risk.

We aim to deliver this return with no more than one-third of the volatility of the FTSE Developed stockmarket index. As an indication, if global stock markets fall our fund value should be expected to fall by around one-third of that amount. Because we measure volatility over a three-year period, some falls may be larger or smaller over shorter periods of time. We aim to limit the amount of volatility risk our fund can take because we want our investors to understand the risk they are taking in terms of the global stock market.

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Rathbone Greenbank Defensive Growth Portfolio

We aim to deliver a greater total return than the Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation + 2%, after fees. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (interest and dividend payments). We use the CPI + 2% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to grow your investment above inflation.

We aim to deliver this return with no more than half of the volatility of the FTSE Developed stock market index. As an indication, if global stock markets fall our fund value should be expected to fall by around half that amount. Because we measure volatility over a five year period, some falls may be larger or smaller over shorter periods of time. We aim to limit the amount of volatility risk our fund can take because we want our investors to understand the risk they are taking in terms of the global stock market.

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Rathbone Greenbank Strategic Growth Portfolio

We aim to deliver a greater total return than the Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation + 3%, after fees. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (interest and dividend payments). We use the CPI + 3% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to grow your investment above inflation.

We aim to deliver this return with no more than two-thirds of the volatility of the FTSE Developed stock market Index. As an indication, if global stock markets fall our fund value should be expected to fall by around two-thirds of that amount. Because we measure volatility over a five-year period, some falls may be larger or smaller over shorter periods of time. We aim to limit the amount of volatility risk our fund can take because we want our investors to understand the risk they are taking in terms of the global stock market.

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Rathbone Greenbank Dynamic Growth Portfolio

We aim to deliver a greater total return than the Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation + 4%, after fees. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (interest and dividend payments).We use the CPI + 4% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to grow your investment considerably above inflation.

We aim to deliver this return with no more than five-sixths of the volatility of the FTSE Developed stock market Index. As an indication, if global stock markets fall our fund value should be expected to fall by around five-sixths of that amount. Because we measure volatility over a five-year period, some falls may be larger or smaller over shorter periods of time. We aim to limit the amount of volatility risk our fund can take because we want our investors to understand the risk they are taking in terms of the global stock market.

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Rathbone Global Sustainability Fund

We aim to deliver a greater total return than the FTSE World Index, after fees, over any five-year period. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (dividend payments). We use the FTSE World Index as a target for our fund's return because we want to offer you higher returns than global stock markets.

We also compare our fund against the Investment Association (IA) Global sector to give you an indication of how we perform against other funds in our peer group. Like us, the funds in this sector invest globally, although most of them don’t invest using a sustainability framework.

We will invest at least 80% of our fund in global shares, with the remainder in cash, short-term deposits and UK government debt. We actively manage our fund, which means we can choose what we invest in as long as it's in line with the investment objective and policy. Because of this, our funds performance can diverge significantly from its benchmarks over shorter periods of time and therefore isn't appropriate for investors who plan to withdraw their money within five years.

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