I'm a UK resident and citizen, who, to provide a little security in terms of potential future currency fluctuations, would like to hold some assets that are not valued and traded in GBP. Ideally they would be primarily dealt with in another major currency such as USD or EUR.
I'm not particularly interested in buying currency here, unless somebody knows a high-interest dollar/euro savings account that would be open to me.
The investment value being discussed are relatively small - we're considering a low-net worth private investor, investment is expected to be between £1000-£10000. So anything with big flat fees, or only available to wealthier investors would be unhelpful. Ideally I'm looking for a simple to work with, retail "product".
I've seen various investment funds (including available as ISAs) which put some amount in "global stocks and shares" but it's not clear to me how much these are still vulnerable to GBP fluctuations, especially as the non-equity part of such funds seem to typically be in UK bonds/cash/property.
(To be clear, I'm not seeking a recommendation for a particular product, but information on what the product I am looking for might be called, and how/where to find it).