|Mid Price||GBX 625.95||Day Change||GBX +3.64 (0.58%)|
|Price Date||18 Jan 2019||Crown Rating|
|Shares Class||Acc.||Yield||2.00 %|
|Last Ex-Dividend Date||01 October 2018||Dividend Frequency||Semi-annually|
|Launch Date||12/08/2016||Standard Initial Charge||5.25%|
|Ongoing cost||0.19%||Annual Management Charge||0.00%|
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve capital growth. The Fund seeks to achieve its objective by investing primarily in global equities (meaning the shares of companies established or listed anywhere in the world). The equities selected will be those that are believed, by the investment manager, to offer the prospect of superior long term growth. The Fund seeks to outperform the market over the medium term. The Fund may also be invested in transferable securities, units in collective investment schemes, (which from time to time may include those managed by the ACD or an Associate of the ACD), money-market instruments, cash and near cash and deposits. The fund may use derivatives and forward transactions for efficient portfolio management purposes, including protecting the Fund against the exposure to currency fluctuations.
Hugh graduated from the London School of Economics with a degree in Economics. He joined Gartmore in 1987 as a UK equities graduate trainee and moved to Phillips & Drew in 1990, managing UK equities throughout his twelve years there. He became Head of Smaller Companies in 1997, establishing a new team and launching the UBS Smaller Companies Fund. In March 2000 Hugh was promoted to Head of UK Equities at UBS Global Asset Management and Chairman of the UK Equities Committee. He joined Societe Generale Asset Management in 2002 where he was Head of UK Equities, manager of the Growth strategy and co-manager of the Special Opportunities Fund. Hugh was one of the founding members of River and Mercantile Asset Management, joining in August 2006. Hugh is Chief Investment Officer at River and Mercantile Asset Management and manages the UK High Alpha, UK Recovery, Global Recovery and Global High Alpha strategies.