Threadneedle Monthly Extra Income Fund Z Income GBP

Name
Threadneedle Monthly Extra Income Fund Z Income GBP
Manager
Threadneedle Investment Services Ltd
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B8BZ3226
Sector
UK Equity And Bond Income
Launched
15/10/2012
OCF
1.39 %
Risk Rating
4
3 Year Sharpe
0.02
3 Year Alpha
-5.00
Yield
4 %
Benchmark
ICE BofA Sterling Corp&Coll TR EUR
The Fund aims to provide a monthly income with prospects for capital growth over the long term. It looks to provide an income yield higher than the FTSE All-Share Index over rolling 3-year periods, after the deduction of charges. The Fund is actively managed, and invests in a combination of company shares and bonds; typically, between 70-80% in UK company shares and 20%-30% in bonds.
Holding %
AstraZeneca PLC 8.26 %
GlaxoSmithKline PLC 4.95 %
Spirent Communications PLC 3.77 %
Imperial Brands PLC 3.53 %
Phoenix Group Holdings PLC 3.39 %
Rentokil Initial PLC 3.09 %
Electrocomponents PLC 2.99 %
Unilever PLC 2.85 %
Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC 2.58 %
3i Ord 2.32 %
Region %
United Kingdom 94.15 %
Sector %
Industrials 20.81 %
Healthcare 18.13 %
Consumer Defensive 16.37 %
Financial Services 14.41 %
Communication Services 8.01 %
Consumer Cyclical 6.56 %
Technology 6.26 %
Name
Threadneedle Investment Services Ltd
Address
EC4N 6AG, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Richard Colwell
Joined 03/01/2010

Richard Colwell is a portfolio manager and Head of UK Equities at Columbia Threadneedle. He manages the Threadneedle UK Growth & Income Fund, Threadneedle UK Equity Income Fund and the Threadneedle UK Equity Alpha Income Fund. He also co-manages the Threadneedle Monthly Extra Income Fund and has research responsibility across all sectors. Before joining the company, Richard ran high alpha UK equity portfolios at Aviva Investors. He has also held portfolio management roles at Credit Suisse and Schroders and worked at the Bank of England. Richard has a degree in Banking, Insurance & Finance from the University of Bangor. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the CFA Society of the UK as well as the Chartered Institute of Bankers.

Alasdair Ross
Joined 04/01/2009

Alasdair Ross is Head of Investment Grade Credit, EMEA, with responsibility for our UK and European investment grade corporate credit teams based in London. Alasdair is lead portfolio manager across various global, euro and UK corporate credit portfolios including Threadneedle (Lux) Global Corporate Bond Fund, Threadneedle European Corporate Bond Fund, Threadneedle UK Corporate Bond Fund and is also deputy portfolio manager on the Threadneedle Credit Opportunities Fund. Alasdair’s investment background is as a fundamental, bottom-up, investment grade credit analyst. Between joining the company in 2003 and becoming a portfolio manager in 2007, he had responsibility for covering the TMT, utility and energy sectors, as well as the sterling whole business securitisation sector. Prior to joining the company, Alasdair worked at BP plc in a rotation of commercial roles. Alasdair has a first class honours degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Oxford.He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

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