Chelverton UK Dividend Trust

Name
Chelverton UK Dividend Trust
Manager
Chelverton Asset Management Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0006615826
Sector
UK Equity Income
Launched
12/05/1999
OCF
1.98 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
-0.26
3 Year Alpha
-7.87
Yield
5.9 %
Benchmark
MSCI UK Small Cap GR LCL
Fund Size
£ 25.33 million
NAV
124
Gearing
159
Discount Premium
-2
The Company will invest in equities in order to achieve its investment objectives, which are to provide both income and capital growth, predominantly through investment in mid and smaller capitalised UK companies admitted to the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and traded on the London Stock Exchange Main Market or traded on AIM.The Company will not invest in preference shares, loan stock or notes, convertible securities or fixed interest securities or any similar securities convertible into shares; nor will it invest in the securities of other investment trusts or in unquoted companies.
Holding %
Diversified Gas & Oil PLC 3.39 %
Marston's PLC 3.04 %
Belvoir Group PLC 2.43 %
Strix Group PLC 2.15 %
DFS Furniture Company PLC 2.06 %
Crest Nicholson PLC 2.05 %
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC 1.98 %
Galliford Try PLC 1.94 %
UP Global Sourcing Holdings PLC 1.93 %
Castings PLC 1.87 %
Region %
United Kingdom 91.05 %
Sector %
Consumer Cyclical 30.81 %
Industrials 24.56 %
Financial Services 17.45 %
Real Estate 7.03 %
Communication Services 6.36 %
Technology 5.53 %
Name
Chelverton Asset Management Ltd
Address
BA2 4BL, Bath, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Edward Booth
Joined 04/30/2020

Booth joined BlackRock in 2006. Previously he worked as president of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers. He was a Pan-European financials sector analyst at Morley Fund Management from 1999 to 2005. Booth holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Oliver Kelton
Joined 04/30/2020

Oliver Kelton is the Portfolio Manager of the Odey European Focus Fund, the CF Odey Continental European Fund, the Odey Allegra European Fund and the European Absolute Return Fund. Oliver joined Odey in March 2015 from Waverton Investment Management, where he had joined as a European equity analyst. In 2003 he started managing specialist Pan-European equity portfolios and took over running the Waverton European Fund in April 2010. From May 2007 he was also the manager of the Pepin Fund, a plain vanilla long-short European equity fund which was closed in April 2013. He has a 1st class honours degree in Economics and Politics from Bristol University and is a CFA charterholder.

James Baker
Joined 04/30/2020
David Taylor
Joined 12/01/2005

David Taylor began his career as an analyst in the research department at Wedd Durlacher and moved into fund management in 1987 with the Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund. He joined Gartmore Investment Limited in 1991, during this time, he ran a combination of institutional funds and investment trusts, namely the Clydesdale Investment Trust and London & Strathclyde Trust. In 1995, he moved to LGT to manage small cap retail funds and latterly spent nearly seven years as head of UK smaller companies at HSBC Asset Management. He joined Chelverton Asset Management in January 2006.

David Horner
Joined 05/12/1999

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