Artemis Alpha Trust PLC
|Rocket Internet SE||3.65 %|
|Polar Capital Holdings PLC||3.57 %|
|Hurricane Energy PLC||3.32 %|
|Liontrust Asset Management PLC||3.32 %|
|Gleeson (M J) Group PLC||2.96 %|
|Reaction Engines||2.95 %|
|Dignity PLC||2.82 %|
|United Kingdom||72.17 %|
|United States||6.12 %|
|Financial Services||23.86 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||20.02 %|
|Consumer Defensive||7.35 %|
|Real Estate||5.22 %|
Kartik manages the Artemis Strategic Assets Fund alongside William Littlewood. He joined Artemis in 2012 after graduating from Bristol with a BSc in economics. He worked in our bond, UK equities and global equities teams before he moved to William's fund in 2013. Kartik is a CFA charterholder.
Adrian graduated in 1990 from the University of Durham with a degree in Economics and Politics. He spent a year working as a stockbroker in Paris with Finacor, part of the Credit Lyonnais Group, before joining Jupiter Asset Management in 1993 as a fund manager and, latterly, a director. He was part of the UK specialist equity team, running a variety of institutional and retail funds totalling approximately £1bn, including the number one rated Primadonna Investment Trust. Adrian joined Artemis in September 2002 when he took over the responsibility of running the Artemis UK Growth Fund. Having handed that over to Tim Steer in June 2009, Adrian now focuses on Artemis Alpha Trust plc.
John co-manages the Artemis Global Energy Fund and Artemis Alpha Trust plc. A co-founder of the firm in 1997, he is chairman of the partnership's management committee. Previously, John was senior investment manager of UK smaller companies at Ivory & Sime. He ran the Artemis UK Smaller Companies Fund from its launch in April 1998 until December 2010.
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