ILF GBP Liquidity Plus Fund
Our ILF GBP Liquidity Plus Fund is a short-term bond fund which seeks to generate returns above money market rates from a wide spectrum of short-term fixed income instruments and floating rate note securities. Our liquidity-plus capabilities have the potential to deliver enhanced money market returns by investing across a broader spectrum of securities and through active duration and yield curve management.
Security: we aim to preserve capital by investing only in high quality holdings that carry a minimum credit rating of A1 for short-term investments and A for long-term investments. The securities we invest in and the counterparties we deal with are rigorously analysed and screened on a regular basis. Credit risk is further mitigated by placing an emphasis on diversification across a range of eligible securities and issuers that have been filtered out by our robust screening processes. Our ILF GBP Liquidity Plus Fund is rated AA+f/S1 by Standard and Poor's and AAAf/S1 by Fitch Ratings
Liquidity: daily, dealing deadline two business days prior to dealing day
Yield: we aim to generate income above sterling-denominated short-dated money market interest rates
Insight's investment team1
Our team comprises five dedicated money market and liquidity fund managers who manage pooled fund assets of £36.2bn on behalf of our clients. They have an average of 21 years' industry experience.
Our team also draws on our wider Fixed Income Group which employs over 114 investment professionals managing £153.8bn of fixed income assets. This group includes 40 credit research analysts and eight dedicated investment traders.
As at 30 September 2021.
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Prospectuses and scheme documents
Insight Liquidity Funds plc First Addendum to the Prospectus
This 30 June 2021 Addendum is supplemental to, forms part of and should be read in conjunction with, the Prospectus dated 04 Aug 20, the supplements of the Funds listed herein and a first addendum to certain supplements of the sub-funds dated 26 Feb 21.
Insight Liquidity Funds plc First Addendum to the Fund Supplements
This 26 February 2021 Addendum is supplemental to, forms part of and should be read in conjunction with the Prospectus dated 4 August 2020 and the Fund Supplements whose dates are set out in the Appendices to this Addendum.
Insight Liquidity Funds plc Memorandum and Articles of Association
Insight Liquidity Funds plc Memorandum and Articles of Association.
ILF GBP Liquidity Plus Fund supplement
This supplement contains specific information in relation to ILF GBP Liquidity Plus Fund, a sub-fund of Insight Liquidity Funds plc.
Insight Liquidity Funds plc country supplement for UK investors
This is a country supplement for investors in the United Kingdom to the prospectus of Insight Liquidity Funds plc.
Insight Liquidity Funds plc prospectus
This prospectus should be read in conjunction with the relevant supplement dealing with each fund.
Report and accounts
5-year performance table
|Calendar year returns||12-month rolling returns|
|Insight GBP Liquidity Plus Fund||0.80||1.24||0.66||0.68||1.05||0.54||0.94||1.02||0.61||1.09||GBP||14/12/2004|
1Team statistics and assets under management (AUM) data shown as at 30 June 2021 and represented by the value of cash securities and other economic exposure managed for clients.
2Benchmark: Sterling Overnight Index Average (SONIA) (from inception (14 December 2004) to 1 April 2007, 7-day GBP LIBID. From 1 April 2007 until 1 October 2020, 3-month GBP LIBID).
The value of investments and any income from them will fluctuate and is not guaranteed (this may be partly due to exchange rate fluctuations). Investors may not get back the full amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
This is not a banking product and whilst preservation of capital is a major component of the objective it is not guaranteed. The value of capital invested in a money market fund may fluctuate. Neither Insight nor any other BNYM group company will provide capital support in the event of any capital loss, which will be borne by the investor.
Where the portfolio holds over 35% of its net asset value in securities of one governmental issuer, the value of the portfolio may be profoundly affected if one or more of these issuers fails to meet its obligations or suffers a ratings downgrade.
The issuer of a debt security may not pay income or repay capital to the bondholder when due.