In this section you will find answers to a selection of questions that we are frequently asked by our users and clients.


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Frequently asked questions

About M&G

What does M&G stand for?

M&G was originally called Municipal & General Securities. Today, we’re simply known as M&G Investments. Find out more about M&G and its history here.

Where does M&G operate?

M&G is a leading international asset manager with offices across Europe and Asia. Find out more about our Global contacts here.

How many assets does M&G manage?

M&G manages assets of €309.2bn (as at 30 June 2019).

General questions

Where can I access the daily and historic fund prices?

You can access our funds’ daily prices, including historic prices under the ‘Prices and Performance’ page.

We value the funds each business day and display the daily price from around 20:00 on that day.

How can I find out how my fund is performing?

You can find the latest prices and performance on our Prices page.

Where can I find your fund factsheets?

All our factsheets are available for download on the ‘Literature’ page.

Where can I find the Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs)?

All our KIIDs are available for download on the ‘Literature’ page.

Investing with M&G

How can I invest in your funds?

The M&G office in Denmark acts as a representative. To invest in our funds you must contact your bank, a financial adviser or an authorised distributor.

Alternatively, please visit the ‘Help centre’ page.

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