Threadneedle UK Overseas Earnings Fund Z Income GBP
|AstraZeneca PLC||4.50 %|
|GlaxoSmithKline PLC||4.14 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.86 %|
|Diageo PLC||3.23 %|
|Prudential PLC||3.22 %|
|Electrocomponents PLC||3.16 %|
|Morrison (Wm) Supermarkets PLC||3.15 %|
|Imperial Brands PLC||3.13 %|
|RSA Insurance Group PLC||2.98 %|
|Unilever PLC||2.82 %|
|United Kingdom||100.00 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||21.28 %|
|Financial Services||17.03 %|
|Consumer Defensive||16.18 %|
Jeremy Smith joined the company in 2015 as a portfolio manager and Head of UK Equity Research. He manages a number of core institutional portfolios as well as the Threadneedle UK Overseas Earnings Fund. He also has research responsibility for the transport and support services sectors, as well as responsibility for leading the UK research team. Jeremy joined from Liberum Capital Limited where he was part of the Equities Sales team. He has over 20 years of experience and has held various roles in the asset management industry including Head of UK Equities at Neptune Investment Management and Director in the UK large cap team at Schroders. During his tenure at Neptune and Schroders, Jeremy worked as a portfolio manager with responsibility for a range of UK Equity portfolios, as well as an analyst specialising in the oil & gas and chemicals sectors. Jeremy holds a BA (Hons) in History and is also a Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA).
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