Dollar Fund GBP Class D Shares

Dollar Fund GBP Class D Shares
CG Asset Management Ltd
Open Ended Investment Company
Not Categorised
0.34 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
1.8 %
BBgBarc US Govt Infl Lkd TR USD
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve real returns through long only investment in Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (US government index linked bonds).
Holding %
United States Treasury Bonds 0.82% 5.23 %
United States Treasury Bonds 1.52% 4.53 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.14% 4.43 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.72% 4.17 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.13% 4.12 %
United States Treasury Bonds 1.09% 4.01 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.14% 3.97 %
United States Treasury Notes 0.14% 3.52 %
United States Treasury Bonds 2.16% 3.44 %
United States Treasury Notes 1.33% 3.35 %
CG Asset Management Ltd
EC2R 6AY, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Chris Clothier
Joined 09/23/2015

Chris Clothier, Co-manager, joined CGAM in 2015, prior to that he was a director at IPGL Limited, a private investment vehicle with a range of public and private interests predominantly in the financial services industry, where he worked for six years. Before that he worked at MMC Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm. Chris studied Chemistry at New College, Oxford.

Alastair Laing
Joined 01/04/2011

Alastair Laing – CEO, Co-manager, joined CGAM in 2011, and has co-managed the funds since that date. He was appointed as a non-executive director of Capital Gearing Trust plc in 2013. Alastair joined CGAM from Hg Capital LLP (a pan-European private equity fund) and previously worked with the mergers and acquisitions team at Deloitte LLP. Alastair was educated at Edinburgh University and was an MBA Scholar at London Business School. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Accountants of Scotland.

Peter Spiller
Joined 08/05/2009

Peter Spiller – Founder, CIO, Co-manager. Prior to founding CGAM in 2000, Peter was a partner and strategy director at Cazenove & Co Capital Management and a US equity investor at Capel Cure & Myers. Peter has managed all the funds run by CG Asset Management since inception other than Capital Gearing Trust which he began managing in 1982. Peter Spiller was educated at Wellington College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he read Politics, Philosophy and Economics. After initial training, he became an oil analyst at Myers & Co. (subsequently Capel Cure & Myers), followed by a stint of international corporate finance at Robert Fleming and the European Arab Bank, specialising in Eurobonds. In 1980, he returned to Capel Cure & Myers and ran US portfolios until 1988, when he moved to Cazenove & Co. in the same role. He directed strategy for the Capital Management Division when he became a partner in 1994. When the Cazenove partnership incorporated in 2001, he set up CG Asset Management Limited with David Brazier, one of his partners. He has run Capital Gearing trust since 1982, since when the share rice has risen from 21¼p (15/04/82) to 2065p (27/02/08). CG Asset Management has total funds under management of £1200m, in equities, index-linked, conventional bonds, real estate, private equity and commodities. He is the Chief Executive Officer of CGAM.

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