Pembroke Venture Capital Trust

Name
Pembroke Venture Capital Trust
Manager
Oakley Investment Managers LLP
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B89W2T50
Sector
VCT Generalist
Launched
16/04/2013
OCF
2.43 %
3 Year Sharpe
-0.80
Yield
2.2 %
Fund Size
£ 17.56 million
NAV
138
Gearing
106
Discount Premium
-28
Pembroke VCT plc is a generalist VCT focussed on early stage investments in the leisure and luxury brands sectors. The Company invests in a diversified portfolio of small, principally unquoted companies, and selects those which Oakley Investment Managers LLP (the Investment Adviser) believes will provide an opportunity for value appreciation.
Holding %
Five Guys Uk 18.43 %
Second Home 11.22 %
Boat International Media 9.87 %
Gym Group (The) PLC 9.66 %
Plenish 8.09 %
Chucs Bar & Grill 6.67 %
Bella Freud 6.43 %
Kx Gym 5.23 %
Sourced Market 4.77 %
Troubadour Goods 4.68 %
Region %
United Kingdom 100.00 %
Sector %
Consumer Cyclical 100.00 %
Name
Oakley Investment Managers LLP
Address
SW1X 0AS, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Amjid Zaman
Joined 12/01/2017
William Goodwin
Joined 09/01/2017
Simon Porter
Joined 01/01/2017
Andrew Wolfson
Joined 07/18/2014

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