LF Woodford Equity Income Fund C Sterling Accumulation
|Barratt Developments PLC||7.25 %|
|Imperial Brands PLC||5.96 %|
|Burford Capital Ltd||5.90 %|
|Provident Financial PLC||4.94 %|
|Theravance Biopharma Inc||4.38 %|
|Benevolent Ai Link Weif A||4.14 %|
|Taylor Wimpey PLC||3.20 %|
|IP Group PLC||3.04 %|
|Autolus Therapeutics PLC ADR||2.88 %|
|NewRiver REIT PLC||2.76 %|
|United Kingdom||85.90 %|
|United States||8.65 %|
|Financial Services||21.57 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||20.67 %|
|Real Estate||10.02 %|
|Consumer Defensive||8.23 %|
Neil Woodford began his career at Dominion Insurance in 1981 and then worked in the corporate finance departments of Reed International and TSB before focusing on fund management at Eagle Star in 1987. Following a brief stint there, Woodford joined Perpetual in 1988 and rose to head of investment at the firm. He ran the IP Income fund from 1990 and also took charge of the IP High Income at launch in 1988. He was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2013 for services to the economy. Woodford announced he was leaving Invesco Perpetual in October 2013 to set up his own fund management business. He joined Woodford Investment Management on 1 May 2014.
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