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Factsheet and prices

Below you will see our fund pricing matrix along with links to each fund's individual factsheet. Prices are quoted in pence per share, and are valued on the date shown. We deal on a forward basis at all times, that is, shares will be priced based on the calculation at the next available valuation point after the transaction has been agreed.

Architas Risk Profiled, Income Generating and Specialist Funds prices

For an explanation of what each term means within the table please refer to our fund prices glossary.

To view all the fund details and live prices please swipe from right to left. Once you have reached the end of the page, please use the page buttons below to navigate.


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Fund charges and transaction costs

There are a number of ways in which you may pay to invest in Architas funds; these fall into two categories:

  1. Charges for the services provided by the manager and other organisations involved in the running and promotion of the fund. 
  2. Transaction costs inherent in dealing in investments.  In general, you would have to pay these costs even if you invested directly in the assets that the funds hold, although an individual investor is likely to have to pay proportionately more than a collective fund.


Source: Financial Express. The value of your client's investment, and any income from it, can fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. Your client may get back less than they originally invested. Furthermore, the value can fall as well as rise purely on account of exchange rate fluctuations. The Funds are allowed to invest over 35% of its assets in securities issued by a single local, national or supranational government (supranational government means an international union of different member states that share decision making, for example the European Union). Each of these funds can invest entirely in units of collective investment schemes. For further information on any of the Architas funds, please refer to the Key Investor Information document or prospectus (which is available upon request).

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