The James Hambro Harrier Capital Growth Fund (the 'Fund') aims to grow the value of shareholders investments over a period of at least five years through both capital growth, which is profits on investments, and some income, which is money paid out from an investment, such as interest and dividends. The increase in the value is anticipated to come from investment in a broad range of asset classes and global securities across different industries and sectors. However not all asset classes may be held at all times. The proposed range of asset classes will include equities (55% to 85%), debt securities such as bonds issued by governments, supra-national organisations and companies (up to 35%), securities related to property, infrastructure and commodities subject to UCITS eligibility rules (up to 30%) and cash (up to 40%). Refer to Fund Supplement for full details.