Odey Investment plc - Odey Swan Fund I GBP Inc
|Acgb 2 3/4 04/21/24 137 (Eurotlx*)||13.12 %|
|Nokia Oyj||4.28 %|
|Wells Fargo & Co||3.63 %|
|Bank of America Corporation||3.26 %|
|Goldman Sachs Group Inc||2.65 %|
|Orange SA||2.12 %|
|Shiseido Co Ltd||1.50 %|
|Koninklijke KPN NV||1.28 %|
|Sports Direct International PLC||1.19 %|
|Alphabet Inc A||1.19 %|
|United Kingdom||22.15 %|
|United States||7.64 %|
|Communication Services||25.96 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||22.53 %|
|Basic materials||18.33 %|
|Consumer Defensive||12.48 %|
|Financial Services||10.12 %|
Crispin established Odey Asset Management in 1991 and today heads Investment Management. Before founding Odey, Crispin managed the Baring European Growth Trust and Continental European pension funds at Barings Asset Management and Framlington Fund Managers. Crispin graduated from Christ Church, Oxford in 1980 where he read History & Economics.
Freddie joined Odey in March 2012 to work with Crispin Odey on his funds. He previously worked at Goldman Sachs where he was as a generalist mid-cap equity research analyst. Before joining Goldman Sachs in 2010 he had been an equity research analyst at Cazenove in London since 2004, during which time he covered both the Media and Non-Life Insurance sectors. Freddie graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford where he read Biological Sciences, and is a CFA Charterholder.
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