Fidelity unveils three-strong sustainable multi-asset range

OCF of 0.5%

Anna Fedorova
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Fidelity unveils sustainable multi-asset range

Fidelity unveils sustainable multi-asset range

Fidelity International has launched a range of sustainable multi-asset funds, initially consisting of three OEICs: the Fidelity Sustainable Multi Asset Conservative, Balanced and Growth funds.

Each of the funds, based on asset allocations from Fidelity's Solutions and Multi Asset team, aims to deliver risk-controlled capital growth over the longer term. The OCF on each will be 0.5%. T...

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