BlackRock Greater Europe Investment Trust plc
|Lonza Group Ltd||7.28 %|
|SAP SE||5.44 %|
|Safran SA||5.12 %|
|Novo Nordisk A/S B||4.62 %|
|Sika AG Registered Shares||4.61 %|
|Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA||3.75 %|
|Unilever NV DR||3.17 %|
|Sberbank of Russia PJSC ADR||2.93 %|
|Ferrari NV||2.93 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||35.40 %|
|Basic materials||11.68 %|
|Financial Services||11.59 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||10.50 %|
Stefan Gries joined BlackRock’s European equity team in 2008, after previous roles at Scottish Widows, Aberdeen Asset Management and Deutsche Bank. Stefan gained his MA in Economics & Spanish from the University of St. Andrews. He started his career in 2005 as European equity analyst and portfolio assistant at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership. He joined BlackRock’s European equity team in 2008 and is responsible for covering the energy sector.
Sam Vecht, CFA, Director and portfolio manager, is head of BlackRock's Emerging Europe equity team. Mr. Vecht's service with the firm dates back to 2000, including his years with Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (MLIM), which merged with BlackRock in 2006. Mr. Vecht began his career with MLIM in 2000 as a member of the Global Emerging Markets team.Mr. Vecht earned a BSc degree, with honours, in international relations and history from the London School of Economics in 2000, and he is fluent in Hebrew.
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