Alliance Trust Ord

Name
Alliance Trust PLC
Manager
Willis Towers Watson PLC
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B11V7W98
Sector
LC00000615
Launched
21/04/1888
OCF
0.62 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
1.45
3 Year Alpha
3.03
Yield
1.7 %
Benchmark
MSCI All Country World NR GBP
Fund Size
£ 2.66 billion
NAV
832
Gearing
105
Discount Premium
-7
The Company's objective is to be a core investment for investors seeking increasing value over the long term. The Company has no fixed asset allocation benchmark and it invests in a wide range of asset classes throughout the world to achieve its objective. The Company's focus is to generate a real return for shareholders over the medium to long term by a combination of capital growth and a rising dividend.
Holding%
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Region%
United States49.72 %
Eurozone16.81 %
United Kingdom11.13 %
Asia - Emerging7.73 %
Sector%
Technology24.28 %
Financial Services18.61 %
Consumer Cyclical12.76 %
Industrials11.33 %
Healthcare11.07 %
Consumer Defensive9.18 %
Name
Willis Towers Watson PLC
Address
EC3M 7DQ, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

David Shapiro

Joined 04/01/2017

Craig Baker

Joined 04/01/2017

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