BNY Mellon Investment Funds - Newton Global Opportunities Fund Institutional W Accumulation
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||5.04 %|
|Microsoft Corp||4.22 %|
|Alphabet Inc A||4.19 %|
|Cisco Systems Inc||3.24 %|
|Unilever NV DR||2.94 %|
|Citigroup Inc||2.92 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A||2.89 %|
|Medtronic PLC||2.86 %|
|Eversource Energy||2.73 %|
|Accenture PLC A||2.69 %|
|United States||41.31 %|
|United Kingdom||15.40 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||10.31 %|
|Consumer Defensive||19.13 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||16.68 %|
|Financial Services||13.79 %|
Raj Shant gained a joint honours degree in Economics & Management from Leeds. Before joining Newton Raj worked at Credit Suisse Asset Management. At CSAM, Raj became a Director of European Equities responsible for a team of three people running over $3.5 billion of assets. In his two years as head of the team the CS European Fund rose from being fourth quartile to being top quartile in its universe. Raj joined Newton in 2002 as Investment Leader, European Equities.
"Robert is an investment manager on the global funds team, managing the Global Opportunities fund, and acting as alternate manager for Newton’s Global Higher Income mandates. He began his career in the private investment division at Newton in 2000 and has managed a variety of global equity mandates. Robert is a CFA charterholder. "
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