CIP Merchant Capital Limited

Name
CIP Merchant Capital Limited
Manager
Merchant Capital Limited
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00BF8NW879
Sector
Flexible Investment
Launched
13/09/2017
OCF
2.82 %
Yield
0 %
Fund Size
£ 32.18 million
NAV
90
Gearing
100
Discount Premium
-37
The investment objective of the Company is to generate risk-adjusted returns for Shareholders through investment in equity and equity-related products and instruments, by targeting appreciation in the value of its investments over the medium to longer term, principally through capital growth.
Holding %
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4.5% 20.82 %
European Investment Bank 1.5% 20.69 %
Merchant Capital Group 11.34 %
European Investment Bank 5.38% 8.34 %
Orthofix Medical Inc 8.05 %
Alkemy SpA Ordinary Share 7.33 %
Coro Energy PLC 7.09 %
Lloyds Bank plc 2.75% 3.72 %
Region %
United States 57.37 %
Eurozone 21.67 %
United Kingdom 20.97 %
Sector %
Healthcare 35.85 %
Consumer Cyclical 32.61 %
Energy 31.55 %
Name
Merchant Capital Limited
Address
EC4R 1AP, St. Peter Port, Guernsey
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Piero Sansalone
Joined 09/13/2017
Alexander Nakhlupin
Joined 09/13/2017

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