WHY CHOOSE A CHARITY-SPECIFIC FUND?
Charity-specific funds can help charities diversify their investments, and some have cost benefits or a closer tie to ethical investing. This does depend on the fund, so make sure you choose funds that suit your needs.
What are Common Investment Funds (CIFs)?
Common Investment Funds (CIFs) are just one type of charity-specific fund. UK-based charities can invest in CIFs, which are a type of pooled investment specifically set up for charities. As charities themselves, CIFs allow charities to invest together alongside other organisations that share similar risk profiles and income needs.