Threadneedle Latin America Fund Institutional Accumulation GBP
|Itausa Investimentos ITAU SA Participating Preferred||5.31 %|
|Bank Bradesco SA Participating Preferred||4.49 %|
|Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras||4.35 %|
|Lojas Renner SA||4.18 %|
|Fomento Economico Mexicano SAB de CV ADR||4.07 %|
|Credicorp Ltd||4.06 %|
|Vale SA||3.87 %|
|Notre Dame Intermedica Participacoes SA Ordinary Shares||3.38 %|
|Wal - Mart de Mexico SAB de CV Class V||3.24 %|
|Grupo Financiero Banorte SAB de CV Class O||3.15 %|
|Latin America||95.62 %|
|Financial Services||38.56 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||16.03 %|
|Consumer Defensive||10.31 %|
|Basic materials||6.78 %|
Ilan Furman is a portfolio manager within the Global Emerging Markets Equities team. He joined the company in 2011 as an equity research analyst. He is the lead portfolio manager of the Threadneedle Latin America Fund and has responsibility for stock, sector and country research in that region. His research focus covers a broad range of sectors including financials, consumer and technology. Before joining the company, worked as an investment manager at Pictet. He has also been employed at Deloitte as a consultant and at Oscar Gruss as a junior analyst. Ilan has an Economics degree from Ben Gurion University in Israel and an MBA from Imperial College, London. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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