Merian Gold & Silver Fund R GBP Acc

Name
Merian Gold & Silver Fund R GBP Acc
Manager
Merian Global Investors (UK) Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
IE00BYVJRH94
Sector
Specialist
Launched
08/03/2016
OCF
0.99 %
Risk Rating
2
3 Year Sharpe
-0.03
3 Year Alpha
-6.08
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
Gold
The investment objective of the Merian Gold & Silver Fund is to seek to achieve a total return by investing predominantly in listed equities.
Holding %
Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust 8.51 %
Pan American Silver Corp 6.79 %
First Majestic Silver Corp 5.79 %
Silvercorp Metals Inc 5.67 %
Coeur Mining Inc 5.41 %
Sprott Physical Silver Trust 4.80 %
Hochschild Mining PLC 4.57 %
Fresnillo PLC 4.50 %
Sprott Physical Gold Trust 4.28 %
MAG Silver Corp 4.25 %
Region %
Canada 65.85 %
Australasia 15.70 %
United States 6.68 %
United Kingdom 6.20 %
Latin America 5.57 %
Sector %
Basic materials 96.23 %
Name
Merian Global Investors (UK) Limited
Address
EC4V 4AD, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Ned Naylor-Leyland
Joined 03/08/2016

Ned joined the company in 2015 and manages the Merian Gold & Silver Fund. He has nearly two decades of experience in precious metals investing, having founded a dedicated monetary metals fund in 2009 at Quilter Cheviot. Ned began his career at Smith & Williamson and graduated from the University of Bristol in 1998 with a BA (Hons) in Spanish.

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