TIME Income Solutions factsheets

This month's factsheets for TIME Investments’ suite of income funds can be found below.

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TIME:UK Infrastructure Income Factsheet

The aim of the Fund is to achieve a consistent income return with capital growth in the long term

 

The twelve month performance to 31 August 2020 was 0.38%

 

TIME:Commercial Long Income Factsheet

The aim of the Fund is to offer shareholders a consistent income stream with some capital growth prospects through acquiring property with long leases including commercial freehold ground rents and commercial freehold property which benefit from long leases

 

The twelve month performance to 31 August 2020 was -0.22%

TIME:Social Long Income Factsheet

The aim of the Fund is to offer shareholders a consistent income stream with some capital growth prospects through acquiring social infrastructure assets

 

The twelve month performance to 31 August 2020 was 4.02%

TIME:Freehold Factsheet

The aim of the Fund is to acquire freehold ground rents which offer a consistent income stream and capital growth prospects.

 

The twelve month performance to 31 July 2020 was 4.95%

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