BMO Commercial Property Trust

Investing in a diversified UK commercial property portfolio, it aims to provide an attractive level of income together with the potential for capital and income growth. Formerly BMO Commercial Property Trust (BCPT).

BMO Commercial Property Trust
BMO Investment Business Ltd
Closed Ended Investment Company
Property - UK Commercial
1.2 %
3 Year Sharpe
3.6 %
IPD UK All Property
Fund Size
£ 494.81 million
Discount Premium
The investment objective is to provide the Ordinary Shareholders with an attractive level of income together with the potential for capital and income growth from investing in a diversified UK commercial property portfolio.
Holding %
Retail 42.38 %
Offices 36.11 %
Industrial and Logistics 16.95 %
Other (Properties Investment) 2.95 %
BMO Investment Business Ltd
EH2 3BU, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Matt Howard
Joined 12/31/2017

Joined BMO REP in July 2017. He is Fund Manager of the Royal Sun Alliance Shareholders Real Estate Fund which is managed by BMO REP while also supporting Richard Kirby on the management of the Company. He joined BMO REP from Hermes Investment Management where he spent the past six years. He sits on the Investment Committee of BMO REP, is a Chartered Surveyor and also holds a Certificate in Investment Management.

Richard Kirby
Joined 03/17/2005

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