LF Miton UK Smaller Companies Fund B Accumulation
|Aquis Exchange PLC||5.36 %|
|Kape Technologies PLC||4.49 %|
|CentralNic Group PLC||4.49 %|
|Totally PLC||4.26 %|
|Corero Network Security PLC||3.70 %|
|Kromek Group PLC||3.23 %|
|Amino Technologies PLC||3.17 %|
|Frontier IP Group PLC||3.04 %|
|Reabold Resources PLC||2.92 %|
|Mercantile Ports and Logistics Ltd||2.84 %|
|United Kingdom||91.10 %|
|Financial Services||21.27 %|
|Basic materials||8.66 %|
Gervais Williams joined Miton Group plc in 2011. He manages a number of funds and trusts that aggregate to just under £2.0bn. He is also Senior Executive Director at Miton Group plc. His fund management career extends over 30 years including 17 years at Gartmore Group Ltd, where he was head of UK Small Companies investing in UK smaller companies and Irish equities. Gervais is a member of the AIM Advisory Council, chairman of the Quoted Companies Alliance and a board member of The Investment Association. He is also on the EU Taskforce reviewing why the number of smaller IPOs has declined over recent decades. Gervais Williams published his first book 'Slow Finance' in the autumn of 2011, and his second book 'The Future is Small' was published in November 2014. His most recent book 'The Retreat of Globalisation' was published in December 2016.
Martin Turner joined Miton Group plc in May 2011. Martin's career in the City began in 1995 where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen. He moved to Rothschild and in time on to Head of Pan European Mid and Small Cap Sales at Merrill Lynch. Following this, Martin was Head of Sales at Teathers/Landsbanki before taking the Head of Small/Mid Cap Equities role covering research, sales and trading at Collins Stewart. Martin graduated from Warwick University with a degree in Accounting and Financial Analysis.
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