Factsheet: Franklin UK Equity Income W Acc

Name
Franklin UK Equity Income W Acc
Manager
Franklin Templeton Investments (UK)
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B7DRD638
Sector
UK Equity Income
Launched
31/05/2012
OCF
0.52 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.87
3 Year Alpha
2.13
Yield
4.1 %
Benchmark
FTSE AllSh TR GBP
The Fund aims to provide a growing level of income which is higher than that of the FTSE All-Share Index, together with capital growth over the medium to long term (meaning 3-5 years). The Fund will primarily invest in the equity securities of UK companies listed on the London Stock Exchange. To a lesser extent it may also invest in fixed interest and other debt related securities and convertible stocks. The Fund may also invest a proportion of its portfolio in other types of transferable securities, cash and near cash, money market instruments, and other collective investment schemes.
Holding %
Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A 4.87 %
BP PLC 4.75 %
Unilever PLC 3.81 %
AstraZeneca PLC 3.62 %
GlaxoSmithKline PLC 3.57 %
British American Tobacco PLC 3.40 %
HSBC Holdings PLC 3.24 %
Imperial Brands PLC 2.79 %
Rio Tinto PLC 2.78 %
RELX PLC 2.75 %
Region %
United Kingdom 98.45 %
Sector %
Financial Services 21.68 %
Consumer Defensive 16.85 %
Consumer Cyclical 16.84 %
Energy 10.24 %
Industrials 9.10 %
Healthcare 7.64 %
Basic materials 6.24 %
Name
Franklin Templeton Investments (UK)
Address
WC2N 6HT, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Ben Russon
Joined 09/02/2013

Ben Russon is a fund manager based in Leeds as part of Franklin Templeton Fund Management. He is the lead manager on the Franklin UK Select Growth Fund and Co-Manager on the Franklin UK Managers' Focus Fund. Mr. Russon joined the Franklin Templeton UK Equity team during 2013. Prior to this he spent 13 years as a Fund Manager with Newton Investment Management, specialising in UK Equities. He was the lead manager on the Newton UK Opportunities Fund from 2005, alongside associated institutional mandates. Mr. Russon had prior experience at Newton in the research function, specialising in the global food retail sector. Wider responsibilities also included global equity investment with the Newton Osprey Fund. Mr. Russon graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an M.A. (joint honours) in geography and economics. He is a Chartered. Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholder.

Ben Russon
Joined 09/02/2013

Ben Russon is a fund manager based in Leeds as part of Franklin Templeton Fund Management. He is the lead manager on the Franklin UK Select Growth Fund and Co-Manager on the Franklin UK Managers' Focus Fund. Mr. Russon joined the Franklin Templeton UK Equity team during 2013. Prior to this he spent 13 years as a Fund Manager with Newton Investment Management, specialising in UK Equities. He was the lead manager on the Newton UK Opportunities Fund from 2005, alongside associated institutional mandates. Mr. Russon had prior experience at Newton in the research function, specialising in the global food retail sector. Wider responsibilities also included global equity investment with the Newton Osprey Fund. Mr. Russon graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an M.A. (joint honours) in geography and economics. He is a Chartered. Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholder.

Colin Morton
Joined 10/17/2011

Colin began his career in 1983 as a trainee stockbroker with Wise Speke & Co, before joining BWD Rensburg in 1988, initially as a Private Client Executive and subsequently as an Investment Manager in 1991.

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