Our Mirror funds offer access to a range of specialist funds with more specific investment criteria than our Managed fund range.
For further information on a fund, please click on the fund name.
2These funds are designed for investors who are willing to accept potentially high levels of risk and short term volatility associated with investment in hedge funds. Any investment in these funds should be considered only as part of a well balanced portfolio.
3The ZI HSBC BRIC Freestyle fund was closed to new business on 26 May 2006. However, existing investments in this fund are unaffected.
5The ZI Schroder (SISF) US Smaller Cos fund is closed to new business as of 1 July 2002.
6The ZI Morgan Stanley SICAV US Property fund was closed to new business on 1 May 2007. However, existing investments in this fund are unaffected.
Source: Zurich International Life.
All prices are quoted in the fund's currency, and are calculated using the valuation as at the previous working day.
Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of any investment and the income from it can fall as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may get back less than the amount originally invested. You should note that investing in some of these markets could result in the possibility of large and sudden falls in the price of units. The shortfalls on cancellation or loss on realisation could be considerable.
The charges, expenses and taxation of the underlying fund are different and performance may differ. Please refer to the 'Mirror funds - Your guide' booklet for details.
For full details of the available range of funds and their charges, please refer to the 'Investments - Your guide' and 'Mirror funds - Your guide' booklets, which can be downloaded from the Literature section of this website.