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Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund

April 2017 (Content as at 31 March 2017)

You can currently only invest in this fund via a qualified financial adviser or a third party fund platform.

The companies we look for

In today’s world of low-returns, every little extra, in performance terms, helps.

The Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund seeks to capture both the return of the S&P 500 index, and achieve an additional return, while maintaining a similar level of risk over a full market cycle (5 - 10 years).

The fund managers look to identify the factors that have the potential to drive excess returns, and thereby generate meaningful outperformance.

Fund holdings

Typical number of stocks in the fund: c250

The stocks held in the fund will primarily be those of the S&P 500 index, which comprises 500 of the largest companies which trade on the New York Stock Exchange, although there is flexibility for a proportion of the stocks held in the fund to be from outside of this index.



The Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund aims to achieve long term capital growth and outperform the S&P500 Index (net total return) (the “Index”) by investing primarily in a portfolio of investments in US companies. The fund aims to outperform the Index net of fees over a full market cycle (typically 5-10 years). There is no guarantee that the fund will achieve its target and an investor may not get back the full amount invested. The fund seeks to achieve its objective following a systematic investment process, with a high correlation to the Index. The fund uses a range of factors to evaluate the relative attractiveness of a stock together with an assessment of risk, to build a portfolio that shares the broad characteristics of the Index. The fund is actively managed and will not replicate the Index in its entirety. The fund will primarily invest in equities, and may also invest in cash, cash equivalents, money market instruments, warrants, collective investment schemes and other transferable securities. The fund may enter into financial derivative instruments for efficient portfolio management purposes only.

Fixed interest roundtable Q&A: where next for bond markets?


15 July 2015

Invesco Perpetual Fixed Interest team

In this live roundtable with fund managers from our Fixed Interest team, they discussed key issues including whether the Greek debt crisis matters for bond markets and the current macroeconomic backdrop.

Market commentary

Although optimism about the US administration’s ambitious agenda saw US equities start the month on a high, the lack of policy progress and rising market scepticism about President Trump’s ability to push through his pro-growth agenda was reflected in the increased market volatility and a modest reversal in market direction. So-called ‘Trump trades’ were most negatively impacted. Financials, which had done particularly well in the post-US election rally, bore the brunt of the correction as investors took profit, while the oil and gas sector in aggregate continued to struggle on concerns about oversupply stemming from resurgent US oil production. This, coupled with inconsistent economic data releases implying slower US growth, led the S&P 500 index to end the month essentially flat. However, the mixed economic data in March likely understates the general long-term health of the US economy. This was evidenced by the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike mid-March, which underlined the confidence in its economic outlook.

Fund strategy

The performance of the fund is generated through a systematic factor based investment process driven by four concepts: Earnings Expectations, Market Sentiment, Management & Quality and Value. Relative risk is controlled with the help of an optimiser, an analysis tool that recommends trades to maximise portfolio exposure to the selected stocks within pre-determined risk/return parameters. In terms of portfolio construction, we tightly constrain the risk taken at sector and industry level. Our diversified approach to stock selection favours companies that, in our view, are attractively valued and have good earnings and price momentum and evidence that management supports shareholder value.

Key facts
Product type ICVC
Launch date 28 July 2016
Fund size £4.43m
Historic yield 1.76%
Available in an ISA? Yes

Fund manager

Michael Fraikin

Title: Global Head of Research
Team: Invesco Quantitative Strategies

Glen Murphy

Title: Portfolio Manager
Team: Invesco Quantitative Strategies
Fund details
Fund currency GBP
Trading frequency Daily
Accounting period ends 31 August
28 February
Share types
Accumulation (No Trail) BZ8GX05 GB00BZ8GX054
Income (No Trail) BZ8GX16 GB00BZ8GX161
Y (Acc) BZ8GX27 GB00BZ8GX278
Y (Inc) BZ8GX49 GB00BZ8GX492
Z (Acc) BZ8GX50 GB00BZ8GX500
Z (Inc) BZ8GX61 GB00BZ8GX617
Investment levels
Minimum monthly amount £20
Minimum additional lump sum £100
Maximum fund charges
Initial charge 5%
Exit charge None



One-off charges taken before you invest

Entry charge

The entry charge for the fund is up to 5%. This is the maximum that might be taken out of your money before it is invested. For example, if you invest £1,000, an entry charge of 5% means £950 of your money will be used to buy shares in the fund.

The entry charge covers the costs of setting up your investment.

If you invest through a third party (such as a financial adviser), but do not receive financial advice on your investment, this charge may include payments to that third party. For more details see "What share classes are available for your ICVC funds?".

Exit charge

There is no exit charge for the fund.

Charges taken from the fund over a year

Ongoing charge

The ongoing charge figure is based on a fixed, all-inclusive fee and excludes portfolio transaction costs. The ongoing charge for each share class can be found in the relevant Key Investor Information Document available under 'Literature'. Investors will be provided with advance notice if any increases to this figure occur.

The ongoing charge covers all aspects of operating the fund during the year, including fees paid for investment management, administration and the independent oversight functions.

If you invest through a third party (such as a financial adviser), but do not receive financial advice on your investment, this charge may include payments to that third party. Once invested, your contract note or acknowledgement letter will show the amount of any payment in cash terms. For more details see "What share classes are available for your ICVC funds?".

Charges taken from the fund under specific conditions

Performance fee

No performance fee is charged.

Portfolio transaction costs1

On average, since the launch of the fund on 28 July 2016, the fund incurred broker commissions of 0.03% and transfer taxes of 0.00%, as a necessary part of buying and selling the fund's underlying investments in order to achieve the investment objective. A proportion of these costs is recovered directly from investors joining and leaving the fund.

When the fund buys or sells shares, broker commissions and transfer taxes are paid by the fund on each transaction. In addition, there is a dealing spread between the buying and selling prices of the underlying investments. Unlike shares, other types of investments (such as bonds, money market instruments and derivatives) have no separately identifiable transaction costs; these costs form part of the dealing spread. Dealing spreads vary considerably depending on the transaction value and market sentiment. The estimated average dealing spread for the fund is 0.03% of the transaction value.

Comparing portfolio transaction costs for a range of funds may give a false impression of the relative costs of investing in them, for the following reasons:

  • Transaction costs do not necessarily reduce returns. The net impact of dealing is the combination of the effectiveness of the manager's investment decisions in improving returns and the associate costs of investment
  • Historic transaction costs are not an effective indicator of the future impact on performance
  • Transaction costs for buying and selling investments due to other investors joining or leaving the fund may be recovered from those investors. For further information see Pricing policy note below
  • Transaction costs vary from country to country
  • Transaction costs vary depending on the types of investment in which a fund invests
  • As the manager's investment decisions are not predictable, transaction costs are also not predictable

Pricing policy note1

We operate a single pricing methodology for this fund and reserve the right to adjust the fund's price to protect your investment from the costs of buying and selling investments that result from other investors joining or leaving the fund. The amount of any such adjustment is calculated by reference to the estimated costs of dealing in the underlying investments, including any dealing spreads, broker commissions and transfer taxes.

Typical adjustments to the fund's price are to increase it by 0.20% for net inflows or decrease it by 0.20% for net outflows.

We usually adjust the price to the maximum extent possible when the value of net contributions or withdrawals is significant, which helps to protect your investment from the costs of the resultant transactions.

1The fund's financial year end is 31 August 2016. Figures in these sections are as at 31 August 2016.






Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund Factsheet  (160 KB)


Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID acc (No trail)  (194 KB)

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID acc (Y)  (193 KB)

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID acc (Z)  (193 KB)

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID inc (No trail)  (194 KB)

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID inc (Y)  (194 KB)

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund KIID inc (Z)  (193 KB)

Application form

ICVC & ISA Application booklet 17/18  (190 KB)

Product & fund information

ICVC Supplementary Information Document (SID)  (4 MB)


Invesco Perpetual Enhanced Index funds brochure  (124 KB)


ISA Additional Permitted Subscription application form  (69 KB)

Fund updates

Invesco Perpetual US Enhanced Index Fund Infosheet  (145 KB)

US equities - 2017 investment outlook


30 December 2016

Simon Laing, Head of US Equities, and Simon Clinch, US Equities Fund Manager, Invesco Perpetual

Playing the Trump card: What is the shape of things to come for US equity markets in 2017?

Lifting the lid on US equity market volatility


15 September 2015

Simon Clinch, Fund Manager, US Equities, Invesco Perpetual

Could something be wrong with the ‘plumbing’ behind US equity market pricing? The recent volatility suggests the US equity market is not as efficient as many pundits argue.

Brexit – the pros and cons


04 August 2015

John Greenwood, Chief Economist, Invesco Ltd

The British public will soon have a chance to vote in the “in-out” referendum on continued membership of the European Union? Will the economic benefits of staying in the European project outweigh the costs? If the UK does decide to leave, what are the options available?

Investment risks

The value of investments and any income will fluctuate (this may partly be the result of exchange rate fluctuations) and investors may not get back the full amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future returns.

The fund may use derivatives (complex instruments) in an attempt to reduce the overall risk of its investments, reduce the costs of investing and/or generate additional capital or income, although this may not be achieved. The use of such complex instruments may result in greater fluctuations of the value of the fund. The Manager, however, will ensure that the use of derivatives within the fund does not materially alter the overall risk profile of the fund.

Important information

Yield and performance figures are based on the z (accumulation) share class.

All fund portfolio figures are as at date shown (source: Invesco Perpetual).

Where there is insufficient historical data available to calculate the historic yield we have shown an estimated yield, using the most appropriate basis of calculation. It does not include any entry charge and investors may be subject to tax on their distributions.

Where Invesco Perpetual has expressed views and opinions, these may change. Where securities are mentioned they do not necessarily represent a specific portfolio holding and do not constitute a recommendation to purchase, hold or sell.

For the most up to date information on our funds, please refer to the relevant fund and share class-specific Key Investor Information Documents, the Supplementary Information Document, the Annual or Interim Short Reports and the Prospectus, which are available using the contact details shown.