Factsheet: F&C Global Equity Market Neutral C Acc

Name
F&C Global Equity Market Neutral C Acc
Manager
BMO (F&C Management Ltd)
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BY7S9K74
Sector
Targeted Absolute Return
Launched
13/07/2015
OCF
0.79 %
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
3M LIBOR Rate
The Fund aims to achieve this objective by pursuing a global long/short equity market neutral strategy. The Fund will implement the long/short strategy by investing in derivatives on customised baskets of global equity securities. The equity securities are selected by the Investment Manager for purchase or sale using a systematic stock selection process to hold a long position to the investments it favours and a short position to the investments it does not favour.
Holding %
Pay Interest Trs026839 0 11apr19 25.97 %
Sgs Etr Apr19 25.64 %
Mel Etr Sep18 25.43 %
Mel Etr Sep18 25.12 %
Jpm Etr Jul18 24.16 %
Jpm Etr Jul18 23.92 %
Bnp Etr Feb18 21.58 %
Bnp Etr Feb18 21.00 %
US Treasury Bill 6.47 %
US Treasury Bill 5.96 %
Region %
Sector %
Name
BMO (F&C Management Ltd)
Address
United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Erik Rubingh
Joined 07/13/2015

Rubingh joined F&C in 2007 from Dutch institutional house ABP Invesments where he previouly worked as head of global quantitative strategies.

Erik Rubingh
Joined 07/13/2015

Rubingh joined F&C in 2007 from Dutch institutional house ABP Invesments where he previouly worked as head of global quantitative strategies.

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