IFSL Brooks Macdonald Defensive Capital A Acc
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||3.63 %|
|United States Treasury Notes 0.75%||2.68 %|
|Sp Sg 5y Amc Gld Stck||2.28 %|
|Sony Corporation 0%||2.12 %|
|Glencore Funding LLC 0%||2.02 %|
|Endeavour Mining Corporation 3%||1.92 %|
|STMicroelectronics N.V. 0.25%||1.82 %|
|Dp World Plc 1.75%||1.78 %|
|Greencoat UK Wind||1.77 %|
|Sibanye-Stillwater Limited 1.88%||1.72 %|
|United States||24.67 %|
|Asia - Developed||24.32 %|
|United Kingdom||22.30 %|
|Europe - Emerging||12.43 %|
|Financial Services||27.16 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||13.98 %|
|Real Estate||12.24 %|
Niall joined Brooks Macdonald in 2013. He has 20 years of investment experience, many of which in senior investment management roles. This includes leading the development of a range of complex derivative pricing and risk models for Independent Risk Monitoring. Niall has a PhD in Theoretical Physics and an MA and BA in Physics, all from Cambridge University.
Jonathan was a founder director of the Brooks Macdonald Funds Limited (IFSL) in 1991, having worked in the industry since 1986. During his career, he has won a number of investment management awards and is one of the investment directors responsible for overseeing investment management strategy and asset allocation for Brooks Macdonald.
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