The City of London Investment Trust Plc
A core holding for investors looking for long-term growth in income and capital from companies listed on the London Stock Exchange, it has very low charges and a lower-risk, cautious investment style. The dividend has risen every year for 50 years.
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|BP PLC||3.89 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A||3.72 %|
|Unilever PLC||3.45 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.29 %|
|British American Tobacco PLC||3.06 %|
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|United Kingdom||87.75 %|
|United States||7.13 %|
|Financial Services||20.69 %|
|Consumer Defensive||17.34 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||13.42 %|
|Basic materials||8.44 %|
Job Curtis joined Henderson Global Investors in 1992 following Henderson’s acquisition of Touche Remnant. Henderson Global Investors merged with Janus Capital Group in May 2017. Job started at Touche Remnant in 1987 as a Unit Trust and Investment Trust Manager, he was then appointed Portfolio Manager of the City of London Investment Trust in 1991. Prior to joining Touche Remnant, he was an assistant fund manager at Cornhill Insurance (1985-1987), and a graduate trainee at Grieveson Grant stockbrokers (1983-1985). Job has a MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University and is an Associate Member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP).
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