Child trust funds
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Child Trust Fund
For every child born on or after 1 September 2002 until 2nd January 2011, where the parent was eligible for Child Benefit, the Government issued a voucher worth at least £50 which could only be used to open a Child Trust Fund (CTF). The money was invested in a tax-efficient fund in the child's name, and cannot be withdrawn until the child reaches age 18.
The Child Trust Fund is invested in the RBS Stakeholder Fund and managed by the experts at Coutts & Co.
Who was the Child Trust Fund for?
- For every child born on or after 1 September 2002 until 2nd January 2011, where the parent was eligible for Child Benefit
Quick fund facts
- Launched: 2005
- Currency: GBP
- Minimum investment: £50
- Management company: RBS Collective Investment Funds Limited
Past fund performance is not an indication of future returns and should not be relied on as such.
The objective of this fund to provide an increase in value over the long term. The majority of the return will reflect income received with some potential for capital appreciation.
This long term asset mix is made up of 55% Equity, 43% Bonds and 2% Cash. This fund is passively managed.
Closed to new customers however existing customers are able to make additional investments.
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Why not manage your Investment online
You can top up a Child Trust Fund and update your details online.
If you have not yet registered to use this service you can do so by clicking below:
How to contact us
0345 603 0313.
The lines are open: Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5.30pm (excluding bank holidays) Calls may be recorded.
Write to us
RBS Collective Investment Funds Limited, PO Box 915, Newport, NP20 9PF
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