LF Miton US Smaller Companies Fund F Accumulation
|Insulet Corp||2.68 %|
|Yext Inc||2.68 %|
|Pluralsight Inc Class A||2.29 %|
|Shake Shack Inc A||2.22 %|
|Stitch Fix Inc Class A||2.07 %|
|Freshpet Inc||2.06 %|
|Teladoc Health Inc||2.05 %|
|Redfin Corp||1.96 %|
|LendingTree Inc||1.89 %|
|Repligen Corp||1.85 %|
|United States||100.00 %|
|Financial Services||11.85 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||10.88 %|
|Consumer Defensive||7.19 %|
Nick Ford joined Miton Group plc in December 2012. Prior to this, he was the Investment Director on the US and Global Desk at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership. Nick has over 20 years of experience in managing equity funds. His previous roles include co-manager of the Gartmore US Smaller Companies fund, manager of the US Unit Trusts for Sun Alliance and Clerical Medical, as well as working as a member of the small cap team at F&C Asset Management. Nick graduated from the University of Surrey.
Hugh Grieves joined Miton Group plc in January 2013. Prior to this, he worked for Herald Investment where he was responsible for managing the Herald Worldwide Fund. From 2000-2008 he co-managed the technology funds at Societe Generale Asset Management Ltd with Alan Torry and managed the funds from 2008-2009. Prior to that Hugh worked from 1995-2000 in the US smaller companies team at Gartmore. Hugh graduated from Bristol University with a degree in Economics and is a CFA charterholder.
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