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Allianz Global Investors – Allianz RiskMaster Defensive

Allianz Global Investors – Allianz RiskMaster Defensive

Type: Oeic

Aim: Growth by investing in a multi-asset portfolio managed to a defensive risk profile with target volatility of 7-11%

Minimum investment: A shares Lump sum £500, monthly £50, C shares initial £100,000

Investment split: 16.6% global equities, 6.5% emerging markets equities, 9% commodities, 4.9% real estate, 5.2% absolute return strategies, 13.4% emerging market bonds, 26.4% treasury bonds, 18% corporate bonds

Isa eligible: Yes

Charges: A shares initial 4%, annual 1.5%, C shares annual 0.75%

Commission: A shares initial 3%, renewal 0.5%

Tel: 0800 389 4696

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