Factsheet: F&C North American 2

F&C North American 2
BMO (F&C Management Ltd)
Open Ended Investment Company
North America
0.81 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0.9 %
FTSE AW North America TR GBP
The objective of the Fund is capital growth and income from investing mainly in ordinary shares in the US and Canada. The Fund will invest in a well-balanced spread of ordinary shares in the US and Canada. The Fund may use traded options and other derivative products and may engage in currency hedging activities in accordance with the relevant regulations. The Fund may also hold convertible stocks and cash where appropriate. The Fund may invest indirectly through other permitted investment vehicles in accordance with its investment powers.
Holding %
Apple Inc 5.38 %
Microsoft Corp 3.15 %
Cisco Systems Inc 2.83 %
The Home Depot Inc 2.73 %
Boeing Co 2.65 %
Citigroup Inc 2.65 %
UnitedHealth Group Inc 2.64 %
Walmart Inc 2.56 %
JPMorgan Chase & Co 2.49 %
Ford Motor Co 2.39 %
Region %
United States 94.22 %
Sector %
Technology 22.04 %
Financial Services 15.19 %
Healthcare 14.48 %
Consumer Cyclical 13.92 %
Industrials 8.51 %
Consumer Defensive 6.71 %
Energy 6.21 %
Communication Services 5.08 %
BMO (F&C Management Ltd)
United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Erik Rubingh
Joined 01/01/2008

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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