Invesco Perpetual Global Financial
|Bid Price||-||Offer Price||-|
|Mid Price||GBX 234.78||Day Change||GBX +0.42 (0.18%)|
|Price Date||21 Apr 2017||Crown Rating|
|Shares Class||Inc.||Yield||5.27 %|
|Total Expense Ratio||0.00||Fund Size||78,162,543.50|
|Launch Date||25/01/2012||Standard Initial Charge (%)||5.00|
|Annual Management Charge (%)||0.00||Sector||IMA UK Equity Income|
|Min Investment (£)||500.00||Total Expense Ratio (%)||0.00|
|ISIN||GB00BJ04H709||Min TopUp (£)||100.00|
The Invesco Perpetual Global Financial Capital Fund aims to achieve a combination of income and capital growth over the medium to long term. The fund seeks to achieve its objective by investing primarily in capital instruments issued by banks and financial institutions globally. Capital instruments include debt securities (including sub-investment grade and unrated bonds), equity and equity related securities. The fund may also invest in cash, cash equivalents, money market instruments, collective investment schemes, government debt securities and other transferable securities. Financial derivative instruments can be used for investment purposes and for efficient portfolio management. They may include derivatives on currencies, interest rates, credit and equities and can be used to achieve both long and short positions. Depending on market conditions, at times the fund’s holdings in cash, cash equivalents and money market instruments could be substantial.
Based in Henley-on-Thames, Paul co-leads Invesco Perpetual’s Fixed Interest team with Paul Read, managing a number of government, corporate and non- investment grade portfolios. Paul began his investment career in 1983 in research and credit analysis with Asahi Bank, the large Japanese commercial bank. He then moved to the bank's treasury department and traded securities and derivative instruments until 1990 when he was given responsibility for managing the bank's multi-currency investment portfolio before joining our company in 1994. Paul holds a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics.