EdenTree Amity UK Fund B Income
|Halma PLC||4.78 %|
|Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC||4.28 %|
|Scapa Group PLC||2.70 %|
|GlaxoSmithKline PLC||2.58 %|
|Smith & Nephew PLC||2.53 %|
|Next PLC||2.29 %|
|Prudential PLC||2.23 %|
|Smith (DS) PLC||2.20 %|
|Legal & General Group PLC||2.18 %|
|Marshalls PLC||2.07 %|
|United Kingdom||91.44 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||20.25 %|
|Financial Services||10.69 %|
|Basic materials||10.49 %|
|Consumer Defensive||5.11 %|
Ketan joined EdenTree in 2003 as a research analyst. He began his career on the equity derivatives trading desk at JP Morgan, before moving to Insight Investment as a Global Healthcare Analyst. Ketan is a co-manager on the Amity UK and UK Equity Growth Fund. He has been a CFA Charterholder since 2009, holds an undergraduate degree in History & Geography and post-graduate degrees in both Geography and Economics from the University of London.
Sue joined the Ecclesiastical Insurance Group in 1984 as an investment analyst. She has been Fund Manager of the Amity UK Fund since its launch in 1988. Before joining Ecclesiastical, Sue spent five years at Philip Hill, the Investment Trust specialist management house. Sue has been recognised by Trustnet as one of its Alpha Fund Managers 2014.
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