|Mid Price||GBX 200.17||Day Change||GBX +0.34 (0.17%)|
|Price Date||14 Jun 2019||Crown Rating|
|Shares Class||Acc.||Yield||0.00 %|
|Last Ex-Dividend Date||01 August 2018||Dividend Frequency||Annually|
|Launch Date||30/10/1987||Standard Initial Charge||0.00%|
|Ongoing cost||1.59%||Annual Management Charge||1.50%|
The primary investment objective is to provide capital growth by exploiting special investment situations and opportunities throughout the world by investing globally.
Craig Bonthron is an investment manager in the Equities team, responsible for co-managing global equities portfolios. He joined us in 2014 from SWIP, where he was investment director in global equities. In addition Craig also had analysis responsibilities for the tech, energy and utility sectors. Prior to SWIP, he was a portfolio manager at Kleinwort Benson Investors, a member of the global environmental equity team. Craig has a 1st Class honours degree in Building Surveying, an MSc with Distinction in Business Information Technology Systems from Strathclyde Business School. He has 17 years’ industry experience
Neil Goddin is Head of Equity Quantitative Analysis and also has joint responsibility for managing funds within the Global Equities team. In addition to investment management responsibilities, he leads the team responsible for building and maintaining the Kames equity investment screen, which is used across the equity team, and advising on optimising risk levels in the funds. Neil’s role differs from most typical quant professionals as he sits within the fundamental team, has joint responsibility for managing funds and is an integral part of the equity team; rather than the more traditional model where quant teams sit separately, away from investors. Neil joined us in 2012 from LV Asset Management where he was Head of Investment Risk. Prior to that, he worked for WestLB Mellon Asset Management and Deutsche Asset Management in various risk-management roles. He is a Certified Risk Manager by the Global Association of Risk Professionals.