Marlborough UK Multi-Cap Growth Fund B Inc

Marlborough UK Multi-Cap Growth Fund B Inc
Marlborough Fund Managers Limited
Unit Trust
UK All Companies
1.07 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0.6 %
IA UK All Companies
The fund seeks to provide medium to long term capital growth. The Manager intends to invest in an actively managed portfolio of small,medium and large cap UK equities, principally in companies which are amongst the leading companies in their business sector. The Scheme is permitted to invest in derivatives and forward transactions for the purposes of hedging only.
Holding %
Craneware PLC 3.96 %
Worldpay Inc Class A 3.42 %
Burford Capital Ltd 3.23 %
Homeserve PLC 3.22 %
London Stock Exchange Group PLC 3.22 %
Blue Prism Group PLC 2.84 %
Abcam PLC 2.75 %
Experian PLC 2.68 %
AVEVA Group PLC 2.64 %
Scottish Mortgage Ord 2.59 %
Region %
United Kingdom 85.47 %
United States 7.50 %
Sector %
Industrials 24.05 %
Technology 23.86 %
Financial Services 15.25 %
Consumer Cyclical 11.62 %
Healthcare 10.10 %
Basic materials 8.13 %
Consumer Defensive 6.66 %
Marlborough Fund Managers Limited
BL1 4QP, Bolton, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Unit Trust


Richard Hallett
Joined 01/08/2008

Richard qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Ernst & Young in 1994 and subsequently joined Singer & Friedlander in 1995 as a UK Equity fund manager. Since joining the investment team in 2005, Richard has established a strong and consistent track record as manager of the Marlborough UK Multi-Cap Growth Fund.

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