Neptune Latin America Fund C Acc GBP

Neptune Latin America Fund C Acc GBP
Neptune Investment Management Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
1.08 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
1.4 %
MSCI EM Latin America NR USD
The investment objective of Neptune Latin America Fund is to generate long term (5 years or more) capital growth. The Fund invests at least 80% in shares of Latin American companies. These are companies in countries which, at the time of purchase, appear anywhere in the MSCI EM Latin America index.
Holding %
Vale SA ADR 6.66 %
Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras Participating Preferred 4.48 %
Itausa Investimentos ITAU SA Participating Preferred 3.95 %
Banco do Brasil SA BB Brasil 3.67 %
Rumo SA 3.30 %
Bank Bradesco SA Participating Preferred 2.91 %
CIA Saneamento Do Parana-SANEPAR Units (1 Ord Share & 4 Pref Shares) 2.67 %
Credicorp Ltd 2.65 %
Direcional Engenharia SA 2.55 %
BCO Estado do Rio Grande do Sul SA Participating Preferred 2.52 %
Region %
Latin America 95.91 %
Sector %
Financial Services 34.53 %
Basic materials 15.78 %
Consumer Cyclical 13.27 %
Utilities 12.88 %
Industrials 8.16 %
Neptune Investment Management Limited
CM99 2WR, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Thomas Smith
Joined 07/01/2011

Thomas joined Neptune in July 2009 as an Investment Analyst, having graduated from Oxford University with a masters degree in Chemistry. He became a Fund Manager in July 2011 and undertakes global research on the oil & gas sector. Thomas is also a CFA charterholder.

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