LF Miton Global Infrastructure Income Fund F Income

LF Miton Global Infrastructure Income Fund F Income
Link Fund Solutions Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
Global Equity Income
0.9 %
4.2 %
Not Benchmarked
The fund amis to provide investors with income and long-term capital growth.
Holding %
Enbridge Inc 5.08 %
Xcel Energy Inc 4.67 %
NextEra Energy Partners LP 4.08 %
TC Energy Corp 4.04 %
Atlantica Yield PLC 3.78 %
American Tower Corp 3.47 %
Enterprise Products Partners LP 3.13 %
WEC Energy Group Inc 3.05 %
Pattern Energy Group Inc Class A 2.86 %
National Express Group PLC 2.78 %
Region %
United States 41.80 %
Canada 15.41 %
Eurozone 13.20 %
United Kingdom 11.82 %
Sector %
Utilities 45.37 %
Energy 19.50 %
Industrials 17.62 %
Communication Services 17.51 %
Link Fund Solutions Limited
EC2V 7NQ, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Jim Wright
Joined 03/23/2017

Jim Wright joined Miton Group plc in January 2017. He was most recently at the British Steel Pension Fund. There he was the sole manager of its global listed infrastructure portfolio - the Global Duration Equity Portfolio - from its inception in October 2006 to the time of his announced resignation in October 2016. This portfolio represented over 95% of the Fund’s allocation to infrastructure and its success was recognised with a nomination for “Best Use of Infrastructure” at the 2016 Institutional Investor UK & Ireland Awards. He is also a qualified chartered accountant.

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