Sarasin Global Higher Dividend Fund (Class P Inc)

Name
Sarasin Global Higher Dividend Fund (Class P Inc)
Manager
Sarasin Investment Funds Ltd
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B850BN01
Sector
Global Equity Income
Launched
15/10/2012
OCF
0.98 %
Risk Rating
2
3 Year Sharpe
1.17
3 Year Alpha
1.47
Yield
3.1 %
Benchmark
MSCI World NR GBP
The Fund seeks to achieve a long-term capital growth whilst also generating an income yield of at least 50% higher than the MSCI World Index (Net). The Fund predominantly invests globally in shares which satisfy Sarasin's thematic process. Sarasin will pay particular attention to the potential for company profitability, good performance and attractive income levels. Cash and near cash, units in collective investment schemes and other types of transferable securities, money market instruments, warrants and deposits may also be used to generate income or otherwise achieve the objective. The Fund is not constrained by geography, sector or style but manages risk through a variety of theme characteristics. The Fund will not track an index.
Holding %
Unilever PLC 3.50 %
Texas Instruments Inc 3.25 %
NextEra Energy Inc 3.23 %
Pfizer Inc 3.18 %
Bridgestone Corp 3.16 %
Crown Castle International Corp 3.08 %
Enel SpA 3.03 %
United Parcel Service Inc Class B 3.03 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd ADR 3.01 %
CME Group Inc Class A 2.91 %
Region %
United States 43.35 %
United Kingdom 22.36 %
Europe - ex Euro 11.85 %
Eurozone 7.44 %
Sector %
Financial Services 24.81 %
Consumer Cyclical 12.63 %
Healthcare 12.20 %
Consumer Defensive 10.19 %
Real Estate 9.61 %
Industrials 7.53 %
Utilities 6.33 %
Technology 6.33 %
Energy 5.52 %
Name
Sarasin Investment Funds Ltd
Address
EC4M 8BU, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Neil Denman
Joined 07/01/2018

Neil joined Polar Capital in October 2010 as a fund manager. Prior to joining Polar Capital, Neil spent 2 years at AXA Framlington, where he was a portfolio manager within the Emerging Markets team. Previously he worked at Hexam Capital Partners from 2006 until 2008 as co-manager of the Global Resources Absolute Return Fund. Between 2004 and 2006 he was UK Investment Analyst at Baring Asset Management. Neil began his career as a graduate trainee at Framlington, between 2001 and 2004, having graduated from Leeds University with a degree in Environmental Biogeoscience.

Guy Monson
Joined 05/14/2016

Guy is portfolio manager focusing on global equities. He co-manages Sarasin’s global equity income strategies for institutional and retail clients. Guy has over 30 years of investment experience and joined the company in 1984. In 1988 he became manager of Sarasin's flagship GlobalSar family of balanced investment funds, winning awards for investment performance and risk profile. Guy has pioneered the use of thematic investment in the management of global equity portfolios and today manages the Sarasin Global Opportunities fund as well as leading the firm’s investment strategy. Guy writes regularly in the international financial press and appears on Bloomberg and other financial channels. Among other responsibilities he is a Trustee of the Invictus Games Foundation, and Chatsworth House, and is a member of the London School of Economics Ideas Board.

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