Menhaden PLC

Name
Menhaden PLC
Manager
Menhaden PLC
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BZ0XWD04
Sector
Sector Specialist: Environmental
Launched
31/07/2015
OCF
2.2 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.68
Yield
0 %
Fund Size
£ 64.8 million
NAV
101
Gearing
98
Discount Premium
-20
The investment objective is to generate long-term shareholder returns, predominantly in the form of capital growth, by investing in businesses and opportunities, delivering or benefiting from the efficient use of energy and resources irrespective of their size, location or stage of development.
Holding %
X-Elio 20.08 %
Airbus SE 10.58 %
Safran SA 10.09 %
Alphabet Inc A 9.62 %
Brookfield Renewable Partners LP 5.26 %
Calvin Capital 4.95 %
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd 4.77 %
Union Pacific Corp 4.69 %
Ocean Wilsons Holdings Ltd 4.32 %
TerraForm Power Inc Class A 3.93 %
Region %
United States 33.34 %
Eurozone 29.91 %
United Kingdom 23.43 %
Latin America 6.17 %
Canada 5.56 %
Sector %
Industrials 61.55 %
Utilities 16.88 %
Technology 16.12 %
Basic materials 5.45 %
Name
Menhaden PLC
Address
EC2V 7WS, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Ben Goldsmith
Joined 07/31/2015
Thomas Graham
Joined 07/31/2015
Luciano Suana
Joined 07/31/2015

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