LF Miton Worldwide Opportunities Fund B Accumulation
|Phoenix Spree Deutschland Ord||4.74 %|
|Dunedin Enterprise Ord||4.08 %|
|Artemis Alpha Trust Ord||3.90 %|
|Alpha Real Trust Ord||3.58 %|
|Baker Steel Resources Ord||3.45 %|
|VinaCapital Vietnam Opp Fund Ord||3.24 %|
|Henderson Opportunities Ord||3.24 %|
|Real Estate Investors Ord||2.93 %|
|Stenprop Ltd||2.78 %|
|Atlantis Japan Growth Ord||2.67 %|
|United Kingdom||58.29 %|
|Asia - Emerging||14.29 %|
|United States||8.10 %|
|Financial Services||22.72 %|
|Real Estate||15.06 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||10.90 %|
Nick Greenwood joined Miton Group plc in 2002 (which was known as iimia at that time). He began his career in private client stock broking during the late 1970s. Nick was a founder member of Christows stockbroking operation in 1991. He joined the Christows Investment Trust team setting up their London office in 1995 and became lead manager in November 1997. Nick subsequently joined Miton Group Plc. The LF Miton Worldwide Opportunities Fund was launched in April 2003 and was followed by the Miton Worldwide Growth Trust in 2004.
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