CQS New City High Yield Fund Ltd

Name
CQS New City High Yield Fund Ltd
Manager
CQS (UK) LLP
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
JE00B1LZS514
Sector
Debt - Loans & Bonds
Launched
09/12/2004
OCF
1.19 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
0.97
3 Year Alpha
8.95
Yield
8.2 %
Fund Size
£ 263.4 million
NAV
56
Gearing
96
Discount Premium
9
The investment objective is to provide investors with a high gross dividend yield and a potential for capital growth by mainly investing in high yielding fixed interest securities. The Company invests predominantly in fixed income securities, including, but not limited to, preference shares, loan stocks, corporate bonds (convertible and/or redeemable) and government stocks. The Company also invests in equities and other income- yielding securities.
Holding %
Punch Taverns Finance plc 7.75% 3.96 %
PERFORM GROUP FINANCING PLC 8.5% 3.55 %
Cybg Plc 8% 3.31 %
Shawbrook Group Plc 7.88% 3.18 %
Galaxy Finco Ltd 7.88% 2.85 %
Matalan Finance PLC 9.5% 2.40 %
REA Finance Bv 8.75% 2.39 %
Euronav Luxembourg SA 7.5% 2.29 %
Wittur International Holding GmbH 8.5% 2.28 %
Barclays Bank 7% Var Perp 2.26 %
Region %
United Kingdom 88.25 %
United States 11.75 %
Sector %
Industrials 35.86 %
Real Estate 26.07 %
Financial Services 25.04 %
Energy 13.03 %
Name
CQS (UK) LLP
Address
WC2N 5HR, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Ian Francis
Joined 11/30/2007

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