Glossary

Exit charge

A fee or sales charge imposed when investors sell shares in certain unit trusts or other investment vehicles. The amount tends to decrease the longer you hold the shares, often to nothing after a set period of time, i.e. three or five years. This is typically designed to discourage investors from withdrawing their money too soon.

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