Hargreaves Lansdown changes name of UK Shares fund eight months after launchwritten by Bella Palmer
Hargreaves Lansdown has changed the name of the HL Select UK Shares fund to HL Select UK Growth Shares eight months after its launch.
The move is aimed at distinguishing the £252m fund from the firm’s income offering.
“There are no other changes to the fund,” fund manager Charlie Huggins says. “We have simply decided to add ‘Growth’ into the fund’s name to make it easier for clients to choose between the two HL Select Funds – HL Select UK Growth Shares and HL Select UK Income Shares.”
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