Understanding Unit-Linked Funds
A unit-linked fund is a pool of assets that allows you to combine your money with other customers. This enables you to invest in a much wider spread of investments that you could otherwise buy on your own. You share in the investment performance of the assets within the fund, along with the other policyholders who invested in the fund as well.
Each fund is divided into units of equal value. The value, or price, of each unit is linked to the value of the assets in the fund, which can go down as well as up. The unit price determines how many units you get when you invest money in the fund and how much money you get back when your units are cashed in.
Our fund prices are published on a daily basis on the Fund Centre website. You can access them by clicking on the following link The Fund Centre