AXA Framlington Global Thematics Fund Z Acc

AXA Framlington Global Thematics Fund Z Acc
AXA Investment Managers UK Ltd
Unit Trust
0.86 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0.1 %
The aim of this Fund is to provide long-term capital growth. The Fund invests in shares of listed companies which are based anywhere in the world (including countries which the Manager considers to be emerging markets) and which the Manager believes will provide above-average returns. The Fund invests principally in large and medium-sized companies. The Manager selects shares based upon analysis of a company’s financial status, quality of its management, expected profitability and prospects for growth taking into account the company’s exposure to long-term themes influencing the global economy.
Holding %
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR 4.06 %
DexCom Inc 3.40 %
ServiceNow Inc 2.96 %
Fidelity National Information Services Inc 2.93 %
Alphabet Inc Class C 2.81 %
Visa Inc Class A 2.78 %
NextEra Energy Inc 2.69 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 2.68 %
Kerry Group PLC ADR 2.62 %
PayPal Holdings Inc 2.56 %
Region %
United States 70.21 %
United Kingdom 10.08 %
Asia - Emerging 9.89 %
Sector %
Technology 32.98 %
Healthcare 23.85 %
Financial Services 10.65 %
Consumer Cyclical 8.13 %
Communication Services 8.04 %
Industrials 6.88 %
AXA Investment Managers UK Ltd
EC1A 7NX, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Unit Trust


Amanda O'Toole
Joined 05/14/2018
Mark Hargraves
Joined 10/01/2013

Mark attended the University of Bristol gaining a Geography BSc (Hons). In 2000, he obtained a Masters in Finance from the London Business School. He is also a member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals. Mark spent two years working for Abbey National plc and then moved to Hambros Fund Management as assistant portfolio manager European Equities. In 1997, he joined United Friendly Asset Management as a fund manager for European Equities. Mark joined AXA Framlington as a fund manager in June 2000.

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