British & American Investment Trust

Name
British & American Investment Trust
Manager
British & American Investment Trust PLC
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0000653112
Sector
UK Equity Income
Launched
08/01/1996
OCF
7.55 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
-0.14
3 Year Alpha
-16.64
Yield
85.8 %
Benchmark
FTSE 100 TR GBP
Fund Size
£ 11.88 million
NAV
10
Gearing
993
Discount Premium
598
To invest predominantly in investment trusts and other leading UK-quoted companies to achieve a balance of income and growth.
Holding %
Geron Corporation (Usa) 13.76 %
Dunedin Income Growth 10.27 %
Biotime Inc (Usa) 9.33 %
Asterias Biotherapeutics (Usa) 7.20 %
Merchants Trust 5.23 %
Invesco Income Growth Trust 3.52 %
Aberdeen Diversified Income & Growth Ord 3.43 %
St James’s Place Global Equity 3.03 %
Electra Private Equity Ord 1.10 %
Jupiter Income Trust 1.09 %
Region %
United States 34.92 %
United Kingdom 30.21 %
Middle East 9.87 %
Latin America 6.85 %
Eurozone 6.38 %
Sector %
Healthcare 28.94 %
Industrials 28.84 %
Technology 16.03 %
Financial Services 9.89 %
Name
British & American Investment Trust PLC
Address
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Jonathan Woolf
Joined 01/03/1996

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