Overstone Global Equity Income Fund J Acc

Name
Overstone Global Equity Income Fund J Acc
Manager
Oldfield Partners LLP
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B75M3558
Sector
Global Equity Income
Launched
06/12/2011
OCF
0.89 %
Risk Rating
4
3 Year Sharpe
1.16
3 Year Alpha
2.84
Yield
2.7 %
Benchmark
MSCI World High Dividend Yield NR USD
The Fund's objective is to achieve an income, rising over time, with some capital growth.
Holding %
Investor AB B 5.20 %
E.ON SE 5.07 %
Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd 5.06 %
Scandinavian Tobacco Group A/S 4.93 %
IWG PLC 4.92 %
Siemens AG 4.69 %
Philip Morris International Inc 4.52 %
Tesco PLC 4.38 %
Eni SpA 4.33 %
Synchrony Financial 4.31 %
Region %
United Kingdom 24.27 %
United States 21.16 %
Eurozone 20.57 %
Europe - ex Euro 15.49 %
Canada 5.21 %
Japan 5.00 %
Sector %
Financial Services 18.40 %
Consumer Defensive 16.50 %
Industrials 15.91 %
Energy 12.53 %
Consumer Cyclical 8.44 %
Communication Services 7.02 %
Healthcare 6.02 %
Technology 5.50 %
Utilities 5.21 %
Name
Oldfield Partners LLP
Address
SW1X 7HH, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Samuel Ziff
Joined 11/01/2016
Richard Garstang
Joined 05/01/2016

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