LF Miton European Opportunities Fund B Accumulation
|ASML Holding NV||3.74 %|
|Ferrari NV||3.23 %|
|Homeserve PLC||3.21 %|
|Sika AG Registered Shares||3.01 %|
|Royal Philips NV||2.99 %|
|FinecoBank SpA||2.96 %|
|GrandVision NV||2.92 %|
|Qiagen NV||2.87 %|
|Interroll Holding Ltd||2.76 %|
|Amplifon SpA||2.58 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||41.12 %|
|Financial Services||15.38 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||11.45 %|
|Basic materials||6.56 %|
Carlos joined Miton Group plc in August 2015. He has many years investment experience in European Equities. He was previously Fund Manager at JO Hambro Capital Management Group where he managed the JO Hambro All Europe Dynamic Growth Fund from March 2011 until January 2015. Prior to this, he worked as Portfolio Manager at Thames River Capital Management managing the Thames River European Dynamic Growth Fund. Carlos started his career at Fidelity Worldwide Investments working as an Equity Analyst with responsibility for analysing European Media, Banks, Drinks, Leisure and Support Service sectors.
Thomas Brown joined Miton Group plc in November 2015. Previously he worked with Carlos Moreno at Thames River Capital where he was Fund Manager on the Pan-European equities team. Prior to joining Miton, Thomas worked at Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management (UK) where he co-managed the European Value & Momentum Fund from April 2014 until November 2015. Thomas also worked for the British Steel Pension Fund for seven years and has held other investment positions including with Scoggin Capital.
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