Invesco High Income Fund (UK) Y (Acc)

Invesco High Income Fund (UK) Y (Acc)
Invesco Fund Managers Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
UK All Companies
0.87 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
5.5 %
IA UK All Companies Sector
The Fund aims to achieve a high level of income together with capital growth over the long-term (5 years plus). The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in shares or other equity related securities of companies incorporated, domiciled or carrying out the main part of their economic activity in the UK.
Holding %
British American Tobacco PLC 6.04 %
BP PLC 5.95 %
Next PLC 3.41 %
Legal & General Group PLC 3.21 %
PureTech Health PLC 3.00 %
Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A 3.00 %
Tesco PLC 3.00 %
Derwent London PLC 2.92 %
Capita PLC 2.48 %
British Land Co PLC 2.33 %
Region %
United Kingdom 88.72 %
United States 6.19 %
Sector %
Financial Services 27.00 %
Industrials 15.56 %
Consumer Defensive 13.30 %
Energy 12.72 %
Consumer Cyclical 9.36 %
Real Estate 8.26 %
Healthcare 6.36 %
Invesco Fund Managers Limited
RG9 1HH,, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Mark Barnett
Joined 03/06/2014

Mark graduated in French and Politics from Reading University in 1992, and is an associate member of the Institute of Investment Management and Research. He began his career with Mercury Asset Management and joined the Group in 1996. Mark also manages the Perpetual Income & Growth Investment Trust and assists in the management of the Henley-based UK team's income funds.

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