Odey Investment plc - Odey Odyssey Fund I GBP Inc

Odey Investment plc - Odey Odyssey Fund I GBP Inc
Odey Asset Management LLP
Open Ended Investment Company
Not Categorised
1.14 %
3 Year Sharpe
0 %
The Fund aims to provide long term capital growth by taking exposure to a diverse range of asset classes.
Holding %
France (Republic Of) 15.19 %
United States Treasury Bonds 11.69 %
United States Treasury Bills 2.27 %
Us Ultra Bond Cbt 0.81 %
Vivendi SA 0.63 %
Us Long Bond(Cbt) 0.54 %
Spotify Technology SA 0.49 %
Scottish Mortgage Ord 0.40 %
Euro Buxl 30y Bnd 0.39 %
S&P 500 Index 0.36 %
Region %
Eurozone 94.50 %
United States 32.47 %
Sector %
Consumer Cyclical 67.15 %
Technology 43.69 %
Odey Asset Management LLP
W1K 2ND, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Tim Bond
Joined 10/14/2011

Before joining Odey in 2010, Tim spent 12 years at Barclays Capital as Managing Director and head of global asset allocation. Tim was editor and principal author of Barclays Capital's Equity Gilt Study and chief advisor to the bank's RADAR fund. Previously Tim worked at Moore Capital as a portfolio strategist and spent 10 years as a strategist and trader for Tokai Bank Europe, a proprietary trading boutique. Tim graduated in English Literature from Oriel College, Oxford in 1985.

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