Artemis Income Fund I Acc
|3i Ord||5.49 %|
|RELX PLC||4.45 %|
|GlaxoSmithKline PLC||4.15 %|
|London Stock Exchange Group PLC||3.91 %|
|Tesco PLC||3.74 %|
|Legal & General Group PLC||3.49 %|
|BP PLC||3.33 %|
|Barclays PLC||3.28 %|
|Aviva PLC||3.17 %|
|Secure Income REIT Ord||3.06 %|
|United Kingdom||84.02 %|
|Financial Services||30.44 %|
|Communication Services||18.38 %|
|Consumer Defensive||12.12 %|
|Basic materials||6.70 %|
Nick manages income mandates alongside Adrian Frost. After studying economics with French at the University of Nottingham, he started his career at F&C Asset Management in 2003. He spent four years there as an analyst and assistant fund manager on the UK and pan-European equities desks. In 2007 Nick moved to Polar Capital as a fund manager on the UK long/short equity hedge fund. He joined Artemis in 2012.
Adrian manages the Artemis Income Fund, which he took over when he joined the firm in January 2002, and several institutional income mandates. After graduating from Jesus College, Cambridge, Adrian began his career at Deutsche Asset Management (Morgan Grenfell) in 1983. He was appointed a director there in 1990 and head of UK equities in 1996. Until July 2015, Adrian also managed the Artemis High Income Fund.
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