Quilter Investors Cirilium Dynamic Passive Portfolio R
|iShares North American Eq Idx (UK) L Acc||33.93 %|
|iShares UK Equity Index (UK) L Acc||31.32 %|
|Vanguard Global Bond Index Ins+ GBPH Acc||12.16 %|
|iShares Continen Eurp Eq Idx (UK) L Acc||8.85 %|
|iShares Emerging Mkts Eq Idx (UK) L Acc||5.60 %|
|iShares Japan Equity Index (UK) L Acc||4.71 %|
|iShares Pacific ex Jpn Eq Idx (UK) L Acc||3.12 %|
|United States||38.64 %|
|United Kingdom||32.38 %|
|Financial Services||18.43 %|
|Consumer Defensive||10.35 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||9.74 %|
|Communication Services||8.53 %|
|Basic materials||5.89 %|
Paul Craig is manager of the Cirilium Multi-Asset Portfolios, and a member of multi-asset team at Old Mutual Global Investors (OMGI). He joined OMGI in December 2014 from Henderson, following OMGI’s acquisition of Cirilium. Paul has managed the Cirilium portfolios since 2009, taking on these responsibilities shortly after the inception of the range. He has also acted as a non-executive director of two investment trusts. Paul brings with him 25 years of experience in the asset management industry. He started his financial career at Chase Manhattan International before moving to LTCB International as a trader’s assistant and Exeter Investment Group as a fund of funds manager. He then went on to New Star, before joining Henderson when it acquired New Star.
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