Barclays UK Opportunities Fund R Acc GBP

Name
Barclays UK Opportunities Fund R Acc GBP
Manager
Barclays Multi-Manager Fund (UK)
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B52G0229
Sector
UK All Companies
Launched
26/11/2012
OCF
1.19 %
Risk Rating
1
3 Year Sharpe
1.22
3 Year Alpha
2.53
Yield
1.9 %
Benchmark
FTSE AllSh TR GBP
The Fund seeks to provide long term total return primarily through investment in UK companies, with strong prospects for growth. The Fund invests primarily in common stocks, preferred shares and securities convertible into common stock of companies across a range of industries, domiciled in the UK or having significant operations in the UK and listed on a UK regulated market or regulated market of an OECD country.
Holding %
Daily Mail and General Trust PLC Class A 3.40 %
Diageo PLC 3.04 %
Rio Tinto PLC 2.92 %
FTSE 100 TR (Declared Dividend) - Stnd Index Future Sept18 2.92 %
Unilever PLC 2.58 %
RELX PLC 2.50 %
Hargreaves Lansdown PLC 2.36 %
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC 2.22 %
Rathbone Brothers PLC 2.18 %
Imperial Brands PLC 2.16 %
Region %
United Kingdom 97.14 %
Sector %
Industrials 21.48 %
Consumer Cyclical 19.60 %
Consumer Defensive 19.44 %
Financial Services 16.86 %
Technology 6.37 %
Basic materials 5.93 %
Name
Barclays Multi-Manager Fund (UK)
Address
United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 12/08/2005

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