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Baillie Gifford Managed B Income

Fund Aim: The Fund aims to produce attractive returns over the long term by investing worldwide in transferable securities, whether directly or via collective investment schemes, in any economic sector, but with the ability also to invest up to (but no more than) 10% in value of the Fund in deposits. The Fund will be diversified by exposure to different asset classes (e.g. in most circumstances fixed interest stocks as well as equities), by international exposure and by exposure to companies operating in a wide range of industries.

Fund information and performance details

You can invest in this fund using the HSBC Global Investment Centre. HSBC Global Investment Centre is available to HSBC customers holding a current account or
savings account.

Fund details 

Details of fund features and charges

Simplified Prospectus or Key Investor Information Document* 

Provides you with key fund information to help you make an informed investment decision.

Annual report 

The most recent annual report of fund performance

Funds factsheet 

Provides up-to-date information about fund performance

These documents are provided for your information by the Fund Management Company administering the fund.
HSBC is not responsible for the reliability or accuracy of the data provided by third parties.

* The Key Investor Information Document (KIID) is being introduced for all Global Investment Centre funds by 1 July 2012. We strongly recommend that you read the KIID (once available) for your chosen fund before investing.

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The value of investments (and any income received from them) can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount invested. For some investments this can also happen as a result of exchange rate fluctuations as shares and funds may have an exposure to overseas markets.

Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.

The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances. Tax rules may change in the future.