AXA Framlington American Growth Fund Z Acc
|Microsoft Corp||7.79 %|
|Amazon.com Inc||5.59 %|
|Apple Inc||5.33 %|
|Alphabet Inc Class C||5.01 %|
|Facebook Inc A||3.22 %|
|Visa Inc Class A||2.73 %|
|Salesforce.com Inc||2.11 %|
|Kansas City Southern||1.76 %|
|Edwards Lifesciences Corp||1.63 %|
|Intuitive Surgical Inc||1.62 %|
|United States||98.51 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||16.35 %|
|Communication Services||11.08 %|
|Financial Services||5.70 %|
Stephen graduated from the University of Exeter in 1990 with an honours degree in Economics. He joined Olliff & Partners as a trainee in the equity research department where he covered the UK paper and packaging sector. In February 1992 he joined the US Desk at Capel Cure Myers as an assistant Fund Manager and in December 1995 was promoted to Fund Manager.Stephen joined Framlington in 1997 as a Fund Manager on the US Desk responsible for the US and technology.
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