7IM AAP Balanced C Inc

Name
7IM AAP Balanced Fund C Inc
Manager
7IM
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B2PB2V64
Sector
LC00000064
Launched
27/03/2008
OCF
0.66 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.51
Yield
1.6 %
Benchmark
IA Mixed Investment 20-60%Shares
7IM AAP (Asset Allocated Passives) Balanced Fund aims, by applying active asset allocation techniques to predominantly passive strategies, to provide a balance of income and capital appreciation. There may be some risk to capital.
Holding%
FTSE 100 TR (Declared Dividend) - Stnd Index Future Dec185.96 %
Fut. Topix Indx Ose Dec185.52 %
Fut. S&P500 Emi Cme Dec183.78 %
iShares Overseas Govt Bd Idx (UK) L Acc2.79 %
Credit Suisse International2.70 %
Vanguard FTSE 250 ETF2.36 %
F&C Global Equity Market Neutral 3 Acc2.33 %
BNP Paribas Issuance B.V. 0%2.24 %
mini MSCI Emerging Markets Index Futures Dec182.14 %
iShares Overseas Corp Bd Idx (UK) L Acc2.14 %
Region%
United Kingdom43.69 %
United States20.69 %
Eurozone13.79 %
Asia - Emerging7.14 %
Asia - Developed5.21 %
Sector%
Financial Services15.83 %
Healthcare12.20 %
Consumer Defensive11.40 %
Consumer Cyclical10.43 %
Technology10.19 %
Industrials9.71 %
Energy9.27 %
Basic materials7.80 %
Real Estate5.80 %
Name
7IM
Address
EC2N 1AR, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed

Joined 03/27/2008

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