Factsheet: 3i Ord

Name
3i Ord
Manager
3i Asset Management Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
Sector
Private Equity
Launched
04/01/1945
Fund managers
Ben Loomes, Phil White
OCF
1.79 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.18
3 Year Alpha
8.87
Yield
3.75659 %
Benchmark
3.75659 %
ISIN
GB00B1YW4409
To achieve long-term growth in the value of net assets and to distribute an increasing dividend to shareholders. The Company focuses on buyouts, growth capital, venture capital, infrastructure and quoted private equity and invests across Europe, Asia and the US.
Holding %
Non-Food Discount Retailer 23.77 %
Quoted Investment Company, Investing In Infrastructure 9.11 %
Manufacturer Of Engineered Precision Elastomeric Components 3.09 %
Supplier Of Plastic Packaging Solutions 2.78 %
Provider Of Experiential Tailor Made Travel 2.57 %
Discount Gym Operator 2.56 %
International Transmission Testing Specialist 2.23 %
Provider Of Cable Management Solutions For The Automotive Industry 2.14 %
Urban Living Brand 2.03 %
Pan-Asian Non-Life Reinsurance 1.88 %
Region %
Sector %
Name
3i Asset Management Ltd
Address
London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Phil White
Joined 02/01/2014
Ben Loomes
Joined 01/01/2012

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