Man GLG Undervalued Assets Fund Professional Income Shares (Class D)

Name
Man GLG Undervalued Assets Fund Professional Income Shares (Class D)
Manager
Man Fund Management UK Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BFH3NB82
Sector
UK All Companies
Launched
15/11/2013
OCF
0.9 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.17
3 Year Alpha
4.84
Yield
2.9 %
Benchmark
FTSE AllSh TR GBP
The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital growth.
Holding %
British American Tobacco PLC 3.29 %
Imperial Brands PLC 3.22 %
Rio Tinto PLC 3.12 %
BP PLC 3.05 %
Royal Dutch Shell PLC B 2.83 %
RHI Magnesita NV Ordinary Shares 2.78 %
Bellway PLC 2.75 %
Total SA 2.66 %
HSBC Holdings PLC 2.48 %
Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A 2.40 %
Region %
United Kingdom 85.92 %
Eurozone 10.79 %
Sector %
Financial Services 21.98 %
Basic materials 19.09 %
Energy 16.23 %
Industrials 13.72 %
Consumer Cyclical 12.79 %
Consumer Defensive 8.70 %
Name
Man Fund Management UK Limited
Address
London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Jack Barrat
Joined 05/22/2014
Henry Dixon
Joined 11/15/2013

Henry is a Portfolio Manager on the UK Equities team at Man GLG ('GLG'), having joined in October 2013. Prior to joining GLG, Henry was a Portfolio Manager and Founder of Matterley where he ran their flagship fund of the same strategy. Prior to that he worked at New Star, and The Family Charities Ethical Trust. Henry has engaged in equity investment management since 2004.

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