How is your Child Trust Fund (CTF) performing?

We want you to feel confident that you are investing your money in the right place by showing you how OneFamily CTFs have performed over the last five years. We invest in stocks and shares because we believe there is a good potential for growth over the long term. For every 18-year period in the last 50 years, stocks and shares have grown faster than cash accounts (where money is protected)*.

*Barclays Equity Gilt Study March 2018. Average annual real rate of return based on Barclays indices.

Child Trust Fund Performance since 2015

What the graph shows

  • The graph shows our three funds, which are open for transfers, and what the investment could have been worth on 30th June 2020 if £1,000 had been invested on 30th June 2015.
  • The figures shown include all fund charges. There may be other charges deducted directly from the policy, which will not be included in the figures.
  • We're only showing funds open for investment, the performance of other funds are shown in the past performance table below.

Important information

The value of stocks and shares can go up and down, so past performance is not a guide to the future and shouldn’t be used on its own to make an investment decision

What do you want to do next?

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Online Account Management

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Transfer to a OneFamily CTF

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How stocks and shares work

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Frequently asked questions about Child Trust Funds

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