Fidelity UK Index

A fund that looks to track the performance of the FTSE All Share Index, which contains all listed companies in the United Kingdom on the main index.

Overview

The fund aims to track the FTSE All Share Index. As a result of a liquid UK market, the fund will own all index constituents. However, there are active mis-weights and the fund will hold non-index positions. We like the tracker as it gives us attractively inexpensive exposure to the whole of the UK’s main market with a very low tracking error.

Fund type: Asset class: Sector:
OEIC Equities UK

Fund Manager: Matt Jones

Matt Jones is been responsible for the day-to-day management of a range of Fidelity’s research-driven equity strategies since 2011, initially in the role of Quantitative Portfolio Assistant and subsequently, since July 2011, as Portfolio Manager.

Fund Group: Fidelity Worldwide Investments

Fidelity Worldwide Investment was founded in 1969, originally established as the international arm of Fidelity Management and Research, a US company founded in 1946. The two businesses became independent in 1980. The business is privately owned by senior management, founding family interests and some charities making up the balance. The business manages £191.2 billion (as at 31 March 2015) for a variety of institutional and retail investors.

Investing with EQ

EQ offers a choice of investment strategies. We use these strategies to build and manage individual portfolios of investments for our clients:

Best Ideas

Best Ideas

Our signature portfolios invest in the very best ideas unearthed by our research team, unconstrained across all asset types.
Low Cost

Low Cost

The name says it all. These portfolios invest mainly in low cost funds that track the performance of stockmarket indices.
Positive Impact

Positive Impact

Not just good investments, but investments that do good. These portfolios are carefully screened for social and environmental impact.
Income

Income

These portfolios have been designed for those investors who have begun to withdraw fundfs from their portfolios.