Even if a date of termination is stated or determinable under the arrangements, the arrangements are not a mutual fund if none of the assets of the arrangement are ‘relevant income-producing assets’ (see below). The exception provided by S357(5) is designed to exclude arrangements which invest in assets intended to give a purely capital growth based return.

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