UBS US Growth Fund Class B Accumulation Shares (Net)

UBS US Growth Fund Class B Accumulation Shares (Net)
UBS Asset Management Funds Ltd
Open Ended Investment Company
North America
1.1 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0 %
Russell 1000 Growth TR USD
The fund seeks to achieve long term capital growth primarily through investment in US equities with growth characteristics. The ACD may use derivatives for the purpose of efficient portfolio management. The Fund may also invest in other transferable securities (including warrants), money market instruments, deposits, cash and near cash and units in collective investments schemes.
Holding %
Microsoft Corp 8.64 % Inc 6.57 %
Alphabet Inc A 5.61 %
Apple Inc 4.65 %
Visa Inc Class A 4.51 % Inc 2.92 %
Marvell Technology Group Ltd 2.84 %
Nike Inc B 2.70 %
Caterpillar Inc 2.68 %
Union Pacific Corp 2.64 %
Region %
United States 96.40 %
Sector %
Technology 39.14 %
Consumer Cyclical 22.45 %
Healthcare 14.93 %
Financial Services 8.07 %
Industrials 7.73 %
UBS Asset Management Funds Ltd
EC2M 2QS, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Dan Neuger
Joined 09/09/2013

Mr. Neuger is an Executive Director of UBS Global AM. Prior to joining UBS Global AM in 2013, Mr. Neuger was a U.S. equity portfolio manager at Pinebridge Investments since 2004, most recently serving as Head of U.S., EU and Global Active Equities. Prior to joining Pinebridge, Mr. Neuger was a Fixed Income Analyst with Wells Capital Management in Minnesota. Mr. Neuger received his BA in Economics from Saint Olaf College and an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Minnesota.

Peter Bye
Joined 11/13/2012

Peter Bye is the Portfolio Manager on UBS Asset Management's US Large and Mid-Cap Growth Equity team. In addition to his portfolio management responsibilities, he is responsible for analysis and issue selection in the health care. Peter joined UBS Asset Management in 2010 after twelve years in equity research on the sell side covering health care sectors at Cowen & Co., Citigroup, Wachovia and most recently at Jefferies and Co. where he was mentioned as one of the Best on the Street in the 2010 Wall Street Journal survey. Prior to his equity research career, Peter worked in the quantitative research department at Putnam Investments in Boston, analyzing portfolio strategies, risk, security modeling, and performance attribution among the companies taxable fixed income groups.

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