Liontrust Special Situations Fund I Acc
|Unilever PLC||4.24 %|
|RELX PLC||4.17 %|
|Diageo PLC||4.02 %|
|Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC||3.98 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.91 %|
|GlaxoSmithKline PLC||3.90 %|
|BP PLC||3.90 %|
|Compass Group PLC||3.73 %|
|Sage Group (The) PLC||3.37 %|
|Spirax-Sarco Engineering PLC||3.18 %|
|United Kingdom||100.00 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||16.80 %|
|Consumer Defensive||13.50 %|
|Financial Services||7.00 %|
Julian E C Fosh
Julian Fosh joined Liontrust in 2008 from Saracen Fund Managers Ltd to work as portfolio manager and to develop the Liontrust Economic Advantage process. From 2004 to 2008, Julian was the co-manager of Saracen Growth Fund. Before this, Julian headed the investment department at Scottish Friendly Assurance Society Limited where he managed a range of funds including UK equity OEICs, life and pension funds. In a career that started in 1984, Julian has also worked at Britannia Investment Managers and Scottish Amicable. Julian graduated in 1984 from Merton College Oxford with an MA in Jurisprudence.
Anthony Cross joined Liontrust in 1997, forming the Liontrust Economic Advantage process. Before moving to Liontrust, Anthony joined Schroder Investment Management as a graduate trainee, later becoming an equity analyst before joining the Smaller Companies team in 1994. Anthony Cross graduated in 1990 from Exeter University with a degree in Politics.
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