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Aviva Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares S1 Pension Fund

Performance History28/02/2015
Growth of 1,000 (GBP) Advanced Graph
Aviva Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares S1 Pension Fund
Key Stats
 GBX 859.10
Day Change -0.70%
ABI Sector Mixed Investment 40%-85% Shares (Pen)
ISIN GB0009670422
Fund Size (Mil)
Share Class Size (Mil)
Stakeholder No
*  This rating and report were issued for the underlying fund and not the insurance product. Fees of insurance products may be higher, which can negatively impact returns. Insurance products may also hold cash outside the underlying fund, which can strongly affect performance.
Investment Objective: Aviva Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares S1 Pension Fund
To provide a good return through a mixture of investment income and capital growth. The Fund invests in a wide range of assets to spread and control risk by using any of our other appropriate funds. The fund manager will decide the allocation of investments between different funds.
Trailing Returns27/03/2015
3 Years Annualised10.14
5 Years Annualised7.54
10 Years Annualised7.07
12 Month Yield -
Manager Name
Start Date
Steve Cleal
Peter Fitzgerald
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Inception Date
Fund BenchmarkMorningstar Benchmark
Portfolio Profile for  Aviva Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares S1 Pension Fund-
Morningstar Style Box®
Equity Style
Morningstar Style Box®
Fixed Income Style
Asset Allocation
  % Long% Short% Net Assets
Fixed Income
Effective Maturity-
Effective Duration-
Top 5 Regions%
No Data Available
Top 5 Sectors%
No Data Available
Top 5 HoldingsSector%
No Data Available
Aviva Mixed Investment 40-85% Shares S1 Pension Fund
Fund prices are updated every weekday after the close of trading and before 11pm wherever possible. Performance figures are presented in British Sterling (GBP). Fund returns are based upon NAV to NAV or Bid to Bid on an income reinvested basis. UK-domiciled funds report after-tax dividends. Non-UK-domiciled funds report gross dividends. Pension funds report after-tax returns.