Threadneedle American Smaller Companies Fund(US) Z Income GBP
|Charles River Laboratories International Inc||4.68 %|
|Altair Engineering Inc Class A||4.67 %|
|Planet Fitness Inc A||4.65 %|
|Albemarle Corp||4.57 %|
|Cubic Corp||4.44 %|
|Portland General Electric Co||4.33 %|
|STORE Capital Corp||4.19 %|
|Virtu Financial Inc A||4.02 %|
|Zebra Technologies Corp||3.37 %|
|Newpark Resources Inc||3.35 %|
|United States||92.87 %|
|Financial Services||16.84 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||11.58 %|
|Real Estate||10.69 %|
|Basic materials||6.87 %|
Nicolas Janvier has been a portfolio manager for the Threadneedle American Smaller Companies Fund since 2015. Nicolas joined the company in 2014 as a portfolio analyst in the US Equities team, and is responsible for researching US companies across the materials and utilities sectors. Prior to this, Nicolas spent eight years with Columbia Management, where he worked as a portfolio manager in the Value Strategies team focusing on US mid and small cap companies. Before this, he was a portfolio manager with the Private Bank at Bank of America. Nicolas holds a BA in Telecommunications-Operations from the University of Florida. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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