Important Information about Wesleyan's investment funds, and associated charges.
How do Wesleyan's unit-linked funds work?
For further information on how our unit-linked funds work and how we manage your money, please download 'How our Unit-linked Funds work'. We also have a more detailed guide about how we run our unit-linked funds called the Unit-Linked Business Principles and Practices Manual.
Where can I find costs and charges for Wesleyan's Unit Trust's
Information about the current entry charge and ongoing charges can be found in the Key Investor Information Documents for each fund.
Are there other factors I need to consider when viewing fund prices for the With Profits Fund?
Yes, units in the With Profits Fund may be subject to a Market Value Reduction (MVR) in certain circumstances. Also a final bonus may be added to the number of units held. Please refer to your Policy or Plan Document and most recent Statement for more information.
Best Execution Policy
Best execution refers to the requirement for investment firms to take all reasonable steps to obtain the best possible result for customers when making investment trades on their behalf. A version of Wesleyan's Best Execution Policy is available to download here.
As part of our Best Execution Policy, we publish a report of the top five execution venues for our Unit Trust funds on an annual basis. This report details the top five execution venues per class of instrument that are used for Unit Trust funds.
For each venue the proportion of traded volume, proportion of orders executed, percentage of passive and aggressive orders, and the percentage of directed orders are shown. This report is available to download here and is also included in the Best Execution Policy above.