Stellar AIM ISA
This Aim IHT ISA offer from Stellar Asset Management invests in AIM stocks which qualify for Business Property Relief. After two years the investment should become IHT free. An optional insurance policy offers protection against falls in value.
- Long-standing AIM IHT managers – the portfolio has been operating since 2008
- 40-stock portfolio
- Optional insurance policy option can protect against market falls
- £20,000 minimum
Founded in 2007, Stellar is an independent firm, wholly owned by its directors and staff. They have over 10 years’ experience in mitigating inheritance tax and focus solely on estate and succession planning.
ESP AIM is a simple estate planning solution. Stellar invest in a diversified portfolio of 40 AIM quoted companies, all of which should qualify for Business Relief.
The portfolio aims to provide investors with a blend of capital preservation and growth whilst reducing volatility. However, please note that AIM ISAs invest in small companies, which are generally more volatile and illiquid than larger companies and much higher risk.
Stellar looks to hold 40 companies across eight sectors. The only sectors they exclude are Utilities and Oil and Gas. The full sector breakdown can be seen below, as based on valuations as at 5 October 2018.
Annual performance (%)
|Stellar AIM IHT Portfolio||38%||-2%||30%||10%||12%||-1%|
|FTSE AIM All-Share||20%||-19%||4%||17%||24%||0%|
Source: Stellar, to 5 January each year, ending 2018. Shows total return, inclusive of dividends, net of management fees and commission. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Note this is the model portfolio performance: every client's portfolio will be slightly different
Risks – important
This, like all investments available through Wealth Club, is only for experienced investors happy to make their own investment decisions without advice.
AIM IHT portfolios are high-risk so should only form part of a balanced portfolio and you should not invest money you cannot afford to lose. Before you invest, please carefully read the Risks and Commitments and the offer documents to ensure you fully understand the risks.
AIM stocks can be hard to sell, particularly at the smaller end of the market, and can be illiquid. AIM shares can be very volatile especially if the market falls sharply. The difference between the buying and selling price of AIM-listed shares is often wider than the spread for shares listed on the main market.
rules can change and benefits depend on circumstances. Eligibility for BPR is
assessed at the date of death and will depend on the companies in the portfolio
remaining qualifying. Broadly speaking,
you will need to have held a BPR qualifying stock for at least two years and
still hold it on death to qualify.
Fees and charges
An overall summary of the charges is shown below.
|Full initial charge||0.5%|
|Annual management charge||1% plus VAT|
See example of the total charges over 5 years
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- Portfolio size
- £50.4 million
- Average market cap
- £675.0 million
- Initial charge
- Saving via Wealth Club
- Net initial charge