PerformanceThe latest fund performance statistics for our standard funds
The performance below is for reporting and information purposes and is aimed at existing customers only. Where figures are not shown data is not available. For more information on a particular fund or funds please see our fund factsheets.
The table below summarises the performances of key funds over various time periods.
- The columns 1yr, 3yr, 5yr, 10yr provide performance figures to the end of last month.
- For column 1yr the performance is expressed as total % return.
- For columns 3yr, 5yr and 10yr the performance is the annual compound return expressed as a %.
- For the remaining columns, the performance is expressed as a total % return for the period indicated in each column heading.
The table below contains performance statistics for our standard funds. These funds have an annual management charge (AMC) of 1%, and some will also have additional disclosable yearly charges/expenses. Other AMC variants and product charges may apply to your investment, but will vary depending on the product or pension scheme you're invested in. Please see your key features document or speak to your financial adviser for more details. Find the nearest financial adviser to you here.
Some funds have additional disclosable yearly charges or fund expenses on top of the standard charge. Any additional charges/expenses we disclose for our funds are estimated. Although the majority is made up of an agreed management fee, the expenses element depends on the actual expenses incurred by the underlying fund, so what you actually pay may vary slightly.
No performance is shown for funds which are less than 12 months old. The performance shown is net of the AMC and any additional disclosable yearly charges/expenses that apply. For more details of these charges and other fund specific information, please click on each fund name to read the fund factsheet.
Source: Aegon. Figures in £s on a bid-to-bid basis, net of charges with gross income reinvested. Figures for over one year are shown as yearly returns (% per annum).
Past performance is no guide to future performance. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise for a number of reasons, for example market and currency movements. You may get back less than originally invested.