Fundsmith Equity Fund
619.56p T Class Acc, 19 Aug 22

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Payment type

An ISA (Individual Savings Account) is a savings account available to UK residents on which the return is tax-free, and which need not be declared on the investor's tax return. All income (dividends and interest) and all capital gains within the account are free of tax. For the current tax year 6th April 2022 to 5th April 2023, the overall investment limit is £20,000.00. You may only open one stocks and shares ISA per tax year.


Key Investor Information Docs (KIID)

These documents provide you with key investor information about this fund. They are not marketing material. The information is required by law to help you understand the nature and risks of investing in this fund. You are advised to read them so you can make an informed decision about whether to invest. If you are unsure about the suitability of this fund, please consult a financial adviser.


Application forms

Application Form – Non-ISA (UK)

This form is to be used if you wish to invest into the Fundsmith Equity Fund outside of an ISA and are resident in the UK. Investments will be placed into the T Class shares.

Application Form - Non-ISA (Overseas Investors)

This form is for Overseas Individual Investors wishing to invest into the Fundsmith Equity Fund. If you are based in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), you are required to complete a different form which can be downloaded within the document section of our South African site (please select South Africa in the country selector at the top of the page).

Transfer forms

Share Class and Fund Switch Form

If you wish to switch share class, or move your holdings from one fund to another, please use the form below.

Transfer Forms - Non-ISA

If you wish to move your units in-specie from one account to another, you can complete the Stock Transfer Form.


Application & Transfer Forms

Application Forms

These application forms are for UK residents wishing to utilize their ISA or JISA allowances with Fundsmith.

Transfer Forms

If you wish to transfer your ISA, JISA or CTF from another ISA manager, please use the relevant form.

Application forms - Additional Permitted Subscriptions (APS)

These forms can be used to open an APS ISA with Fundsmith. They can also be used to transfer an APS allowance, invest cash or transfer ‘in-specie’ into the Fundsmith APS ISA. We recommend that you read the General Guidance document before completing any forms.


Application Forms

Corporates and Entities

These forms are for Corporate/Other Entities (e.g. Pensions, Private Companies, Trusts, Charities etc.) wishing to invest with Fundsmith. You must first complete the Account Opening Form and provide the required Anti-Money Laundering documents for us to review and process your application. If the application is successful, you will receive an account number and may then submit a Dealing Form. We have also provided a link to the latest version of the Wolfsberg Questionnaire for those Entities that are required to provide one. Please note that the form must be signed and dated by the MLRO, or equivalent Financial Crime Compliance Senior Manager.

Forms for existing investors


If you wish to make an ad-hoc withdrawal, please complete a Form of Renunciation. If you wish to withdraw a portion of your investment on a regular basis as ‘income’, please use the Regular Withdrawal Form.

Other documents

If you wish to change your address, add bank details to an account for withdrawals, or add a monthly direct debit then please login to the myAccount section of the website. Alternatively you can complete the relevant form below. Please note, a monthly Direct Debit may only be setup using a UK Bank account.

How we're doing

Order Execution Policy

Complaints Handling Process

Details of our complaints process can be found in the below document.

German Investor Daily Tax Reporting

If you are a German Investor in our fund please download the spreadsheet below which will provide you with the publication of tax figures as part of the annual tax reporting.

Helping You Make the Right Decision

Value assesment document

The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) has introduced new rules designed to ensure all asset managers are acting in their investors’ best interest and, as a result, delivering value. Whilst this is not, for us, anything new, the FCA has prescribed the factors to be assessed, and instructed that we produce this document to outline our approach and conclusions.

Other Regulatory Documents

The Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") is the UK's independent financial services regulator. It requires us, Fundsmith LLP, to give you this important information to assist you in your investment decision.

Stewardship, Proxy Voting and Responsible Investing

We engage with investee companies to satisfy ourselves that they are acting in the best interests of shareholders, with shareholder engagement integrated into our investment strategy and processes, from initial research, pre-investment due diligence through to ongoing monitoring. The Responsible Investment Policy sets out what we mean by responsible investment and how we integrate ESG (environmental, social and governance) factors into our investment process.

An English language prospectus for the Fundsmith Equity Fund is available on request and via the Fundsmith website and investors should consult this document before purchasing shares in the fund. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the income from them may fall as well as rise and be affected by changes in exchange rates, and you may not get back the amount of your original investment. Fundsmith LLP does not offer investment advice or make any recommendations regarding the suitability of its product. This financial promotion is intended for UK residents only and is communicated by Fundsmith LLP which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.