RIT Capital Partners

Name
RIT Capital Partners
Manager
J Rothschild Capital Management Limited
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0007366395
Sector
Flexible Investment
Launched
01/08/1988
OCF
1.02 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.17
3 Year Alpha
6.78
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
MSCI ACWI NR
Fund Size
£ 3.18 billion
NAV
1,902
Gearing
107
Discount Premium
7
To deliver long-term capital growth, while preserving shareholders capital; to invest without the constraints of a formal benchmark, but to deliver for shareholders increases in capital value in excess of the relevant indices over time. The Trust invests in a widely diversified, international portfolio across a range of asset classes, both quoted and unquoted. RITCP invests in unquoted holdings where they offer the prospects for particularly good returns and in specialist funds where they offer specific technical skills or specialist investment expertise.
Holding %
Rit Senior Notes 4.94 %
Other Private Investments – Funds 4.88 %
National Australia Bank Loan 4.59 %
Hcif Offshore 4.16 %
Eisler Capital Fund 4.11 %
Commonwealth Bank Of Australia Loan 3.83 %
Morant Wright4 3.82 %
Blackrock Emerging Markets 3.23 %
Attestor Value Fund 3.15 %
Blackrock European Hedge 2.78 %
Region %
Sector %
Name
J Rothschild Capital Management Limited
Address
SW1A 1NR, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Ron Tabbouche
Joined 12/31/2012

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