Oakley Capital Investments Limited

Name
Oakley Capital Investments Limited
Manager
Oakley Capital Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
BMG670131058
Sector
Private Equity
Launched
03/08/2007
OCF
0.81 %
Risk Rating
1
3 Year Sharpe
1.54
3 Year Alpha
11.54
Yield
1.6 %
Fund Size
£ 486.47 million
NAV
281
Gearing
83
Discount Premium
-15
To achieve capital appreciation through investments in a diversified portfolio of private mid-market businesses primarily in Europe. The company classifies its investments in private equity funds, direct investments and loans to the funds, portfolio companies and other loans (herein referred to as unquoted debt securities) as financial assets held at fair value through profit and loss at inception.
Holding %
Fund Ii 25.47 %
Fund Iii 20.27 %
FDN Inc 7.97 %
Time Out Group PLC 7.65 %
Ocpe Educaton (Feeder) L.P. 4.88 %
Nsg Apparel Bv 4.57 %
Ellisfeld (Bermuda) 2.87 %
Daisy Group Holdings 2.36 %
Oakley Capital III 1.33 %
Oakley Ns (Bermuda) L.P. 0.60 %
Region %
United States 51.02 %
United Kingdom 48.98 %
Sector %
Communication Services 51.02 %
Consumer Cyclical 48.98 %
Name
Oakley Capital Ltd
Address
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 08/03/2007

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