Marlborough Extra Income Fund Class P Inc
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.76 %|
|Rio Tinto PLC||3.18 %|
|Diageo PLC||2.48 %|
|Phoenix Group Holdings PLC||2.09 %|
|Unilever PLC||2.01 %|
|Microsoft Corp||1.92 %|
|Experian PLC||1.89 %|
|Severn Trent PLC||1.83 %|
|AstraZeneca PLC||1.78 %|
|BP PLC||1.66 %|
|United Kingdom||62.39 %|
|United States||21.81 %|
|Consumer Defensive||18.44 %|
|Financial Services||13.40 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||13.22 %|
|Basic materials||8.78 %|
Andrew Moffat Andrew is a highly experienced fund manager who has worked in financial markets for nearly three decades. His career has spanned retail fund management, global economics, asset allocation, institutional equity research and private client wealth management. In summer 2017, Andrew was appointed Co-Manager of the Marlborough Extra Income Fund, which he jointly runs with Matthew Rainbird and Nigel Beidas.
Matthew Rainbird Matthew has more than a decade's experience in the industry in roles including trading equities and fixed interest securities and managing private client portfolios. He is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment. In 2009, Matthew was appointed Co-Manager of the Marlborough Extra Income Fund, which he jointly runs with Andrew Moffat and Nigel Beidas.
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