Smithson Investment Trust plc

Name
Smithson Investment Trust plc
Manager
Fundsmith LLP
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BGJWTR88
Sector
Global Smaller Companies
Launched
19/10/2018
OCF
1 %
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
MSCI World Small Cap NR USD
Fund Size
£ 1.32 billion
NAV
1,165
Gearing
96
Discount Premium
4
The investment policy is to invest in shares issued by small and mid sized listed or traded companies globally with a market cap (at the time of investment) of between GBP500 m to GBP15 bn (although the Company expects that the average market cap of the companies in which it invests to be approximately GBP7 bn).
Holding %
Equifax Inc 5.41 %
Masimo Corp 5.20 %
Verisk Analytics Inc 5.13 %
Rightmove PLC 5.12 %
Sabre Corp 4.97 %
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd 4.85 %
Ansys Inc 4.65 %
Recordati SpA 3.98 %
Halma PLC 3.87 %
Cognex Corp 3.47 %
Region %
United States 49.25 %
United Kingdom 21.97 %
Europe - ex Euro 13.96 %
Australasia 9.07 %
Eurozone 5.75 %
Sector %
Technology 42.72 %
Industrials 22.20 %
Healthcare 17.49 %
Consumer Cyclical 6.71 %
Name
Fundsmith LLP
Address
W1G 0PW, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Simon Barnard
Joined 10/19/2018
Will Morgan
Joined 10/19/2018

Will Morgan joined Fundsmith in July 2017. He previously spent 17 years at Goldman Sachs. He began his career there in 2000, initially in the asset management division, before moving to equity sales in 2002. In 2003 he joined the Global Investment Research division as an analyst covering the insurance sector, and became head of the team in 2008. In 2011 he moved to lead coverage of the Construction & Building Materials sector, becoming a Managing Director in 2013 and deputy head of the Industrials business unit. He became a sector specialist for Autos and Industrials in 2015. He has a First Class degree in Economics & Politics from the University of Bristol and is a CFA charter holder.

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