Smith & Williamson UK Equity Growth Fund B GBP Acc
|AstraZeneca PLC||6.38 %|
|Rio Tinto PLC||4.99 %|
|Diageo PLC||4.41 %|
|Ashtead Group PLC||4.08 %|
|Persimmon PLC||4.01 %|
|JD Sports Fashion PLC||3.71 %|
|Tesco PLC||3.66 %|
|Intermediate Capital Group PLC||3.66 %|
|London Stock Exchange Group PLC||3.61 %|
|3i Ord||3.47 %|
|United Kingdom||86.70 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||20.80 %|
|Consumer Defensive||14.64 %|
|Basic materials||11.88 %|
|Financial Services||10.19 %|
Mark Boucher spent six years as an institutional stockbroker after training at Wedd Durlacher. In 1992 Mark joined Leopold Joseph & Sons, where he was the fund manager of a UK long/short equity fund from its inception in 1998, before joining Smith & Williamson from 2006 to 2009 as co-manager of the Smith & Williamson Enterprise Fund. Mark left to run UK monies for a US multi-strategy hedge fund before returning in January 2013 as Head of UK Equities. He is co-manager of the Enterprise Fund and also manages the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Growth Trust.
Rupert joined Smith & Williamson in November 2005. He is manager of the Smith & Williamson Enterprise Fund, and assists on the Smith & Williamson UK Equity Growth Trust. Previously Rupert was a fund manager at Leopold Joseph/Bank of Butterfield and prior to that worked as an equity salesman at Robert Fleming Securities. Rupert attended Bristol Business School, obtaining a BA(Hons).
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