Martin Currie Global Portfolio Investment Trust

Name
Martin Currie Global Portfolio Investment Trust
Manager
Martin Currie Investment Management Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0005372411
Sector
Global
Launched
22/03/1999
OCF
0.68 %
Risk Rating
2
3 Year Sharpe
0.73
3 Year Alpha
3.85
Yield
1.4 %
Benchmark
MSCI All Country World
Fund Size
£ 255.26 million
NAV
312
Gearing
101
Discount Premium
-2
To achieve long-term growth in excess of capital return of the MSCI All Country World index by investing in international quoted companies.
Holding %
Visa Inc Class A 4.12 %
Straumann Holding AG 4.01 %
Microsoft Corp 3.94 %
Automatic Data Processing Inc 3.92 %
ResMed Inc 3.87 %
Linde PLC 3.87 %
CSL Ltd 3.85 %
AIA Group Ltd 3.82 %
Moncler SpA 3.48 %
Kering SA 3.33 %
Region %
United States 39.30 %
Eurozone 18.12 %
Europe - ex Euro 15.59 %
United Kingdom 9.36 %
Asia - Developed 6.95 %
Asia - Emerging 5.14 %
Sector %
Healthcare 26.18 %
Consumer Cyclical 17.61 %
Technology 17.28 %
Industrials 13.50 %
Financial Services 11.04 %
Consumer Defensive 7.70 %
Name
Martin Currie Investment Management Ltd
Address
EH1 2ES, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Zehrid Osmani
Joined 06/30/2018

Zehrid is head of the Global Long-Term Unconstrained team and is co-manager of the Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust. He joined Martin Currie in May 2018 from BlackRock, where he held a number of senior roles. He was Head of European Equities Research and had responsibility for managing several pan-European equity funds with a specific focus on unconstrained, high-conviction, long-term portfolios. Prior to this, Zehrid managed equity portfolios at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP), and was a specialist sector analyst at Commerzbank Securities, UBS Warburg and Credit Lyonnais. Zehrid began his investment career as a trainee fund manager at Scottish Investment Trust. He has a BA in Economics and Finance from the University of Paris-Sorbonne and an MA in International Finance from the University of Glasgow.

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