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Jupiter Undervalued Assets Merger

1. Fund details  
Companies impacted Old Mutual Wealth Limited
Old Mutual Wealth Life & Pensions Limited
Old Mutual International Guernsey Limited
Old Mutual Wealth Life Assurance Limited
Fund Group Jupiter Unit Trust Managers Ltd
Fund Name Jupiter Undervalued Assets
Type of change Merger
Date merger effective from 06 July 2015
Deadline for investors to switch out if appropriate 02 July 2015
Is the event subject to shareholder approval? Yes
Will the event result in a Charge Basis change for CIA and ISA clients on Charge Basis 1 or 2? Yes
2. Merger details  
Name of the new fund (the fund that the previous fund is being merged into) Jupiter UK Growth
Will the phasing option automatically continue with the new fund replacing the previous fund? Yes
Will the rebalancing option automatically continue with the new fund replacing the previous fund? Yes
Will ongoing direct debit payments automatically be redirected into the new fund? Yes
3. Fund objectives  
Previous fund objective To achieve long-term capital growth by investing it the shares of mainly UK companies, which the manager believes have recovery potential and considers to be undervalued, although there is the potential for some overseas exposure.
New fund objective To obtain long-term capital growth. The Fund's investment policy is to invest in any economic sector principally in the UK.
4. Charging structure  
Bundled Fund  
Previous AMC 1.50
New AMC 1.50
Previous TER 1.77
New TER 1.77
Previous Reimbursed Rate (Charge Basis 2) 0.50
New Reimbursed Rate (Charge Basis 2) 0.50
Previous Reimbursed Amount (Charge Basis 3) 0.75
New Reimbursed Amount (Charge Basis 3) 0.75
Unbundled Fund  
Previous AMC 0.75
New AMC 0.75
Previous TER 1.02
New TER 1.02
Previous Reimbursed Amount (Charge Basis 3) 0.00
New Reimbursed Amount (Charge Basis 3) 0.00
Old Mutual Wealth (OMW) Fund  
Previous TER 1.30
New TER 1.35

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