Factsheet: Better Capital PCC 2009 Ord

Better Capital PCC 2009 Ord
Heritage Asset Management Inc
Closed Ended Investment Company
Private Equity
Fund managers
Jon Moulton, Simon Pilling
0.21 %
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0 %
0 %
To seek to invest in a concentrated portfolio of companies which have significant operating issues and may have associated financial distress, with a primary focus on investments in companies which have significant activities within the United Kingdom or Ireland. Un-invested or surplus capital or assets may be invested on a temporary basis in: - cash or cash equivalents, money market instruments, bonds, commercial paper or other debt obligations with banks or other counterparties having a single A or higher credit rating as determined by any reputable rating agency selected by the General Partner; and - any government and public securities as defined for the purposes of the FSA Rules. The aggregate amount deposited or invested with any single such bank or other counterparty (including their associates) or in government and public securities of any single issue, shall not exceed GBP 35m.
Holding %
Omnico Group 54.32 %
M-Hance 25.93 %
Spot 11.11 %
Region %
Sector %
Heritage Asset Management Inc
33716, St Petersburg, United States
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Simon Pilling
Joined 04/01/2015
Jon Moulton
Joined 12/17/2009

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