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Fidelity Moneybuilder Income W Dis GBP

Fidelity Moneybuilder Income W Dis GBP



IA Sector:

IA Sterling Corporate Bond

Risk level:


FE fundinfo Rating:

3 of 5



129.30 GBP

04 August 2021

Last change:

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1 year change:

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5 year annualised return:


12 month yield:


At a glance

At a glance performance and information


Share Dealing Account Yes

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  • Fidelity Moneybuilder Income W Dis GBP
  • IA Sterling Corporate Bond
  • ICE BofA Euro-Sterling

Discrete calendar year performance

Discrete calendar year performance
Investment 30/06/16 to 30/06/17 30/06/17 to 30/06/18 30/06/18 to 30/06/19 30/06/19 to 30/06/20 30/06/20 to 30/06/21
Fidelity Moneybuilder Income W Dis GBP 5.23% 0.43% 5.66% 5.06% 4.06%
IA Sterling Corporate Bond 6.40% 0.58% 5.58% 5.76% 3.29%
ICE BofA Euro-Sterling 5.47% 0.78% 5.97% 6.44% 1.84%

Trailing returns


Trailing returns
Investment 3 months 6 months 1 year 3 years* 5 years*
Fidelity Moneybuilder Income W Dis GBP 3.09% 1.28% 4.22% 5.57% 3.76%
IA Sterling Corporate Bond 2.63% 0.91% 3.17% 5.37% 3.89%
ICE BofA Euro-Sterling 2.55% 0.97% 1.94% 5.29% 3.35%

Fund Objective: The fund aims to deliver an income with the potential to increase the value of your investment. The fund will be at least 70% exposed to sterling denominated (or hedged back to sterling) investment grade debt instruments (e.g. bonds with a rating of BBB-/Baa or higher from an internationally recognised rating agency). Investments may be made in relation to debt instruments issued in currencies other than sterling. Hedging back to sterling aims to reduce the risk of exposure to other currencies. The remainder will be invested in other investment types such as cash and derivatives. Derivatives are investments whose value is linked to another investment, or to the performance of a stock exchange or to some other variable factor, such as interest rates and used to reduce risk or transaction costs and/or to generate extra income or further increase the value of your investment. The fund may also use derivatives with the aim of achieving the investment objective. The fund is actively managed. The Investment Manager identifies suitable opportunities for the fund utilising in-house research and investment capabilities. The Investment Manager will, when selecting investments for the fund and for the purposes of monitoring risk, consider the ICE BofA Merrill Lynch Euro-Sterling Index. The Investment Manager has a wide degree of freedom relative to the index and may invest in issuers, sectors, countries and security types not included in the index in order to take advantage of investment opportunities. This means the fund’s investments and therefore performance may vary significantly from the index. Income from the fund is either paid out to you or it is used to buy you more shares in the fund. As the fund’s primary aim is to generate an income, some charges will be taken from the fund rather than the income generated by the fund. This means the amount payable as income may be increased and the potential to increase the value of your investment may be reduced. Shares can usually be bought and sold each business day of the fund. The return you will receive depends on the performance of the underlying assets.

Manager name Fidelity International (FIL Invt Svcs UK Ltd)
Manager start date 01 January 2019
Manager Biography Kris Atkinson is Portfolio Manager of Fidelity’s Global Corporate Bond, Fixed Maturity and Global Hybrids portfolios. Kris joined Fidelity in 2000 as a Research Associate, became a Credit Analyst in 2001 and was promoted to a Senior Credit Analyst position in 2010. During this time he covered a variety of sectors across Investment Grade, High Yield and Emerging markets including European utilities, consumer / retail, pharmaceutical, global energy and basic materials. He became a Portfolio Manager in 2013.Prior to joining Fidelity, Kris worked for Lexecon, a consultancy subsequently acquired by Charles River Associates. Kris has an MA Economics from the University of Cambridge.
Investment style: *None
Region (geographical) Global
Benchmark ICE BofA Euro-Sterling
Sector IA Sterling Corporate Bond
FE fundinfo Rating 3 of 5
Fees & charges

Fees and Charges

Fees and Charges
Charge Who receives this? What is it? Amount
Initial charge: The fund manager Charges applied by the fund management company for investing in their fund. 0.00%
Ongoing Charges: The fund manager The annual charge paid to a fund manager to cover the costs of running the fund. It is an estimate based on the actual amount charged in the previous year. 0.56%
Performance Fee: The fund manager A performance fee joins up the interest of the fund manager and their investors. A performance fee is taken when the fund beats pre-set conditions. N/A
Typical transaction cost: The fund manager The costs of dealing within a fund, which the Investment Manager must pay to continue managing the assets. This includes where the Manager decides to sell one stock and buy another. The costs will vary from one fund to another based on how often the Investment Manager trades and the costs applied when trading. 0.188%*
Dealing commission: Halifax The cost of buying or selling some or all of your investment. £9.50 (per online trade)

Asset Allocation

Fund size: 3,044,621,679.68 £

Chart date: August 4, 2021

Top 10 Holdings

Top 10 Holdings
Security Weight
United kingdom of great britain 5.20%
Electricite de france 2.85%
Heathrow funding ltd 2.75% bds 13/10/31 gbp100000 a-50 1.95%
(housfn) thfc social housing fina 1.72%
Hsbc bank funding ster 5.84% vrn perpetu 1.52%
(telsec) telereal securitisation 1.52%
(mgnln) m&g plc 1.50%
(clef) channel link 1.38%
(racln) rac bond co plc 1.38%
Aa bond co ltd 1.23%


Sectors Weight
Investment Grade Bonds 34.30%
Investment Grade Bonds 30.91%
Asset/Mortgage-Backed Securities 16.44%
High Yield Bond 6.32%
Government Bonds 5.42%
Others 3.03%
Investment Grade Bonds 1.85%
Investment Grade Government Bonds 1.58%
Index Linked 0.09%
Foreign Exchange 0.06%

World regions

World regions
Country Weight
UK 73.75%
USA 6.24%
France 4.76%
Continental Europe 4.31%
Europe 4.12%
Germany 2.64%
Australasia 1.72%
International 1.10%
Scandinavia 0.79%
Latin America 0.50%

Important information

Halifax Share Dealing Limited. Registered in England and Wales no. 3195646. Registered Office: Trinity Road, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2RG. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, 12 Endeavour Square, London, E20 1JN under registration number 183332. A Member of the London Stock Exchange and an HM Revenue & Customs Approved ISA Manager.

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