TB Saracen UK Income B Acc

Name
TB Saracen UK Income B Acc
Manager
T. Bailey Fund Services Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BW9H1K24
Sector
UK Equity Income
Launched
31/03/2015
OCF
1.58 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
1.04
3 Year Alpha
6.48
Yield
4 %
Benchmark
MSCI UK All Cap GR USD
The Fund aims to provide income exceeding 110% of the dividend income of MSCI UK All Cap Index and an overall return (income plus capital growth) which is superior to that index. At least 80% of the Fund will be invested in the shares of UK companies (those companies listed on a UK stock exchange). The Fund may also invest in the shares of companies in overseas markets, bonds, other funds (up to a maximum of 10%) and cash and cash-like investments.
Holding %
Alpha Financial Markets Consulting PLC Ordinary Shares 5.30 %
Imperial Brands PLC 4.75 %
Standard Life Aberdeen PLC 4.52 %
STV Group PLC 4.28 %
Palace Capital PLC 3.72 %
Lloyds Banking Group PLC 3.48 %
Vitec Group (The) PLC 3.47 %
Galliford Try PLC 3.45 %
Aviva PLC 3.36 %
Rio Tinto PLC 3.24 %
Region %
United Kingdom 100.00 %
Sector %
Financial Services 28.14 %
Consumer Cyclical 24.73 %
Basic materials 13.07 %
Industrials 7.67 %
Technology 6.31 %
Real Estate 5.58 %
Energy 5.56 %
Name
T. Bailey Fund Services Limited
Address
NG1 6FJ, Nottingham, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Scott McKenzie
Joined 03/31/2015

Scott spent nine years at Britannia Asset Management, where he helped to build their UK Equity team into one of the industry’s leaders. He managed the Britannia Higher Yield Fund, which was AAA rated by Standard & Poor’s, and consistently among the best-performing funds in its sector. Scott moved to Norwich Union Investment Management – which later became Morley Fund Management – in 1999. At Morley, he managed the Norwich UK Equity Income Fund and the RBS Equity Income Fund, and co-managed the Norwich Distribution Fund. Both of the Norwich funds he managed were A-rated by Standard and Poor’s at the time of his departure. Scott joined Martin Currie in October 2005 to manage Martin Currie’s UK equity income fund.

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