Slater Income Fund

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The investment objective of the Slater Income Fund is to produce an attractive and increasing level of income in addition to seeking long term capital growth. The Fund will invest in shares of high yielding companies with growing profits and strong cash flows across the market capitalisation spectrum.

Key Stats - Class A Income

Investment Team: Mark Slater, Ralph Baber, Eric Moore, Barrie Newton & Tim Freeborn
Launch Date: 19/09/2011
Fund Type: Open-Ended Investment Company (OEIC)
IA Sector: UK Equity Income
Share Types: Income and Accumulation
Pricing: Daily
SFDR Classification: Article 8 Compliant

1.60% Ongoing Charges (OCF)
1.50% Annual Management Charges (Included in OCF)

Distribution Dates: 31 March, 30 June, 30 September & 31 December

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Our Charges

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Investment Style

We seek a diversified yield by owning three buckets of stocks across the market cap spectrum: growth companies with attractive yields, dividend stalwarts with upward earnings and high yielders with cyclical upside. We look for progressive, well-covered dividends. We focus on companies with strong balance sheets, powerful competitive positions and high returns on capital employed. Our investment committee examine company accounts and analysts’ forecasts. We also look for positive recent trading statements and strong director buying. If we are still interested in a company following this thorough in-house research we meet senior company management. We form an opinion on them, the opportunities and risks facing the business and the visibility of earnings and margins. ESG based investment analysis is integrated in the investment process and is used as a tool to identify potential risks that may emerge which might threaten the price earnings ratio or earnings growth prospects of a company. If all criteria has been met we will invest in a company.


  • A Income
    A Income
  • B Income
    B Income
  • P Income
    P Income

Application Forms

  • General Application Form
    General Application Form
  • Corporate Application Form
    Corporate Application Form
  • ISA Application Form
    ISA Application Form
  • ISA Application Form - Returning Investors
    ISA Application Form - Returning Investors
  • ISA Transfer Form
    ISA Transfer Form
  • JISA Application Form
    JISA Application Form
  • JISA Application Form - Returning Investors
    JISA Application Form - Returning Investors
  • JISA Transfer Form
    JISA Transfer Form

Key Investor Information Documents

  • Class A Shares
    Class A Shares
  • Class B Shares
    Class B Shares
  • Class P Shares
    Class P Shares

Important Documentation

  • Supplementary Information Document
    Supplementary Information Document
  • Prospectus

Terms & Conditions

  • Slater Investments T&Cs
    Slater Investments T&Cs
  • ISA T&Cs
    ISA T&Cs
  • JISA T&Cs
    JISA T&Cs


  • Annual Report
    Annual Report
  • Interim Report
    Interim Report

How to Invest

How to Invest

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