What is an ICVC?
An Investment Company with Variable Capital (ICVC) is a collective investment scheme similar to a unit trust. Just like a unit trust, your money is pooled together with that of other investors and invested in stocks and shares by a fund manager. The market, countries and asset classes within which an ICVC invest is determined by its objective.
The key differences between a unit trust and an ICVC are:
- an ICVC is a company
- an ICVC issues shares rather than units.
Investing in an Invesco Perpetual ICVC
If you’ve fully subscribed to an ISA, and/or wish to make further investments, an ICVC with no upper limit for investment, could be worth considering. You can:
- make lump sum investments from £500 per fund
- invest regularly from just £20 per month (excluding investments into the Invesco Perpetual Money Fund)
You can also top-up your investment whenever you like, from just £100 per fund.
Ready to invest?
Whether you are an income seeker, or are looking to potentially boost the capital of your investment, we have a range of ICVC funds that invest in a variety of markets, countries and asset classes.
Want to know more about the Invesco Perpetual ICVC?
Find out more about how you can invest in an Invesco Perpetual ICVC by visiting Easy steps to invest section.
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