Schroder Income Fund Z Income GBP

Name
Schroder Income Fund Z Income GBP
Manager
Schroder Unit Trusts Limited
Type
Unit Trust
ISIN
GB00B5WJCB41
Sector
UK Equity Income
Launched
11/05/2011
OCF
0.91 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.15
3 Year Alpha
3.63
Yield
4.2 %
Benchmark
FTSE AllSh TR GBP
The Fund aims to provide income and capital growth by investing in equity and equity related securities of UK companies. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in a concentrated range of equity and equity related securities of UK companies. These are companies that are incorporated, headquartered or have their principal business activities in the UK. The Fund typically holds 30 to 50 companies. The Fund focuses on companies that have certain "Value" characteristics. Value is assessed by looking at indicators such as cash flows, dividends and earnings to identify securities which the Investment Manager believes have been undervalued by the market. The Fund may also invest in other equity and equity related securities, collective investment schemes, fixed income securities, warrants and money market instruments, and hold cash.
Holding %
Pearson PLC 5.79 %
GlaxoSmithKline PLC 5.56 %
BP PLC 5.34 %
Centrica PLC 5.31 %
HSBC Holdings PLC 5.26 %
Anglo American PLC 5.07 %
South32 Ltd 4.02 %
Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC 3.98 %
Standard Chartered PLC 3.68 %
Aviva PLC 3.38 %
Region %
United Kingdom 85.37 %
United States 5.92 %
Sector %
Financial Services 28.97 %
Basic materials 12.57 %
Consumer Cyclical 12.50 %
Energy 10.46 %
Consumer Defensive 8.64 %
Healthcare 8.34 %
Utilities 7.35 %
Technology 5.92 %
Name
Schroder Unit Trusts Limited
Address
EC2Y 5AU, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Unit Trust

Managers

Nick Kirrage
Joined 05/18/2010

Nicholas Kirrage is a Co-head of the Global Value Team at Schroders, and a founding member in 2013 of this team of value investors who manage UK, European and global portfolios . He is co-manager of the Schroder UK Income, Schroder UK Recovery and Global Recovery funds. He joined Schroders in 2001 and is based in London. Nicholas was a Fund Manager and Analyst at Schroders from 2001 to 2013, commencing his career in the Pan European research team with responsibility for Transport, Metals & Mining and Aerospace and Defence sectors. He became a co-fund manager in 2006 of the Schroder Recovery Fund and in 2010 of the Schroder Income Fund. Qualifications: CFA Charterholder; Meng in Aeronautical Engineering from Bristol University.

Kevin Murphy
Joined 05/18/2010

Kevin Murphy is a Co-head of the Global Value Team at Schroders, and a founding member in 2013 of this team of value investors who manage UK, European and global portfolios. He is co-manager of the Schroder UK Income, Schroder UK Recovery and Global Recovery funds. He joined Schroders in 2000 and is based in London. Kevin was a Fund Manager and Analyst at Schroders from 2000 to 2013, commencing his career in the UK equity fund management team before taking responsibility for the Pan European Construction and Building Materials sectors. He became co-manager of the Schroder Recovery Rund in 2006 and the Schroder Income Fund in 2010. Qualifications: CFA Charterholder; BSc in Economics from Manchester University.

Data provided by Morningstar.

The Content is only for your general information and use and is not intended to address your particular requirements. The Content does not constitute any form of advice, recommendation or arrangement by Money Observer and is not intended to be relied upon by you in making (or refraining from making) any specific investment or other decisions. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decision.

This information is sourced from our partner Morningstar. We believe the data to be correct however you should take care in using any information.

You should be aware that prices may fall as well as rise and that the income derived can go down as well as up. When buying or selling any investment that fluctuates in price or value you may get back less than you invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.