Royal London Sustainable Managed Income Trust Class C Inc

Name
Royal London Sustainable Managed Income Trust Class C Inc
Manager
RLUM Limited
Type
Unit Trust
ISIN
GB00B84PHQ15
Sector
£ Corporate Bond
Launched
07/12/2012
OCF
0.64 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.92
3 Year Alpha
1.34
Yield
3.6 %
Benchmark
Markit iBoxx GBP NonGilts TR
The investment objective of the CIS Sustainable Managed Income Trust is to produce a consistently higher level of income relative to typical cash deposit interest rates. The Scheme invests predominantly in a diverse portfolio of fixed interest securities issued by corporates, governments and supranational institutions, and cash. Investments in the Scheme will adhere to the Co-operative Investments ethical investment policy.
Holding %
Finance for Residential Social Housing plc 8.37% 1.39 %
Prudential plc 6.25% 1.37 %
Aviva Plc 6.88% 1.25 %
Delamare Finance Plc 6.07% 1.20 %
HSBC Bank plc 5.38% 1.19 %
Income Contingent Student Loans 2 (2007-2009)PLC 2.05% 1.17 %
HSBC Bank plc 5.38% 1.14 %
Telereal Securitisation plc 5.43% 1.06 %
NRAM Limited 6.38% 1.01 %
Co-Operative Bank plc 4.75% 0.96 %
Name
RLUM Limited
Address
United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Unit Trust

Managers

Richard Nelson
Joined 08/01/2013

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