AXA Framlington Global Thematics Fund Z Acc
|AIA Group Ltd||3.38 %|
|Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR||3.27 %|
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||3.18 %|
|Visa Inc Class A||3.13 %|
|Microsoft Corp||3.03 %|
|Facebook Inc A||2.89 %|
|Alphabet Inc Class C||2.52 %|
|Qualcomm Inc||2.49 %|
|Amazon.com Inc||2.49 %|
|Kingspan Group Plc Common Stock Eur.13||2.36 %|
|United States||58.11 %|
|Asia - Emerging||10.38 %|
|Asia - Developed||6.71 %|
|Financial Services||15.63 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||7.81 %|
Short is employed by SG Asset Management UK and serves as a member of the global equity team. He joined TCW in 1997 as an analyst/dealer assisting the European equity portfolio managers. Prior to that, he worked at SBC Warburg in the international equities division, covering UK and European equity trading, systems management and internal cost control. Previously, Short worked as an investment analyst with Jones Lang Wootton Fund Management in London.
Mark joined AXA Framlington in November 2006 as a portfolio manager for Global Equity. Previously, he was at Execution Limited, where he worked as Global Strategist from 2002. Before this, he spent 4 years at Commerzbank as Head of Equity and Debt Strategy, having spent the years 1994 to 1998 first with HSBC James Capel, joining the foremost research house in Europe as Head of UK Strategy, and then with UBS Warburg, where he ran their Pan European Equity Strategy team. Mark began his career as an economist at Williams and Glynn (now RBS) and then CS Buckmaster and Moore, before moving to Equity Strategy at Kleinwort Benson. Mark graduated with an honours degree from Durham University in 1983.
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