Crystal Amber Fund Limited

Name
Crystal Amber Fund Limited
Manager
Crystal Amber Advisers (UK) LLP
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00B1Z2SL48
Sector
UK All Companies
Launched
17/06/2008
OCF
1.96 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
0.47
3 Year Alpha
4.58
Yield
2.2 %
Benchmark
FTSE Small Cap TR GBP
Fund Size
£ 207.19 million
NAV
257
Gearing
96
Discount Premium
2
The Company will aim to invest in a concentrated portfolio of undervalued companies which are expected to be predominantly listed or quoted on UK markets and which have a typical market capitalisation of between GPB 100m and GBP 1000m. Following investment, the Company and the Advisers intend to engage with the management of those companies with a view to enhancing value for all their shareholders.
Holding %
Hurricane Energy Plc (Expiry: Hurricane Energy Plc 23.17 %
Northgate PLC 13.78 %
STV Group PLC 12.02 %
Fair Fx Group Plc 7.49 %
Leaf Clean Energy Ord 6.05 %
Ncc Group Plc 5.43 %
Ocado Group Plc 4.47 %
GI Dynamics Inc DR 4.40 %
Sutton Harbour Holdings PLC 3.48 %
Hurricane Energy Plc (Expiry:march 2019) 2.71 %
Name
Crystal Amber Advisers (UK) LLP
Address
W1J 7TL, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Jonathan Marsh
Joined 06/17/2008
Richard Bernstein
Joined 06/17/2008

Richard Bernstein is a director of the Manager and a member of the Investment Adviser. He is also chief executive of Eurovestech, a pan-European development capital fund focused on high technology enterprises.

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