Legg Mason IF Martin Currie North American Fund Class X Accumulation

Legg Mason IF Martin Currie North American Fund Class X Accumulation
Legg Mason Investment Funds Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
North America
0.94 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0.3 %
MSCI North America NR USD
To achieve capital growth through investment in the United States of America and Canada. The Fund seeks to achieve its objective by investing at least 80% of its net asset value in securities of companies domiciled or having their principal activities in the United States of America and Canada. The Fund will invest principally in equity securities but it may also invest in units in other transferable securities, money market instruments, deposits and collective investment schemes.
Holding %
Starbucks Corp 4.37 %
Visa Inc Class A 4.16 %
Automatic Data Processing Inc 3.95 %
Microsoft Corp 3.79 %
Aon PLC 3.77 %
Mastercard Inc A 3.38 %
Amazon.com Inc 3.32 %
Agilent Technologies Inc 3.26 %
Masimo Corp 3.16 %
ResMed Inc 3.10 %
Region %
United States 91.39 %
Canada 5.75 %
Sector %
Healthcare 19.22 %
Technology 18.73 %
Financial Services 16.66 %
Industrials 14.44 %
Consumer Cyclical 11.97 %
Basic materials 5.17 %
Consumer Defensive 5.15 %
Legg Mason Investment Funds Limited
EC2M 3AB, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Chris Connor
Joined 05/01/2017

Chris joined Martin Currie in 2006. Alongside James Fairweather, he co-manages Martin Currie’s Global Alpha strategies. Before moving to the global team, he analyzed stocks for Martin Currie’s UK products. Chris joined Martin Currie as a trainee and initially focused on industrial stocks as part of Martin Currie’s sector team. He has a degree in economics and economic history from the University of Edinburgh. In 2005, he completed an internship with Schroder Investment Management’s global equity research division.

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