HL Multi-Manager Equity & Bond A Acc

HL Multi-Manager Equity & Bond Trust A Acc
Hargreaves Lansdown Fund Managers Ltd
Unit Trust
1.38 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
2.7 %
The investment objective of the Fund is to provide long term capital growth. The Fund will invest principally in collective investment schemes, the underlying investments of which consist of equities and/or floating and fixed interest securities. The Fund will invest in accordance with the FCA Rules for Non-UCITS Retail Schemes. Subject to these Rules, the underlying funds in which the Fund will invest will generally be established in Europe (including the UK, Jersey and Guernsey). The Fund has the flexibility to hold a broad spectrum of equity and fixed interest funds. On the equity segment, the Fund may have exposure to smaller companies and overseas markets. On the fixed interest segment, the Fund may have exposure to UK and overseas Government, Corporate or high yield bonds, and there are no overall constraints in terms of duration and credit ratings.
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Japan7.80 %
Eurozone7.26 %
Asia - Developed6.37 %
Financial Services24.12 %
Consumer Cyclical13.91 %
Industrials12.20 %
Technology8.58 %
Healthcare7.99 %
Consumer Defensive7.96 %
Real Estate7.11 %
Energy6.36 %
Basic materials5.77 %
Hargreaves Lansdown Fund Managers Ltd
BS1 5HL, Bristol, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Unit Trust


David Smith

Joined 02/01/2008

David holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Statistics, Computing, Operational Research and Economics from University College London and an MSc in Financial Economics from Loughborough University. David also holds a variety of professional qualifications, including the Investment Management Certificate, and is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) charterholder. David joined HL in February 2008 from Citywire, where he was a founder member of the award-winning editorial team, and later became head of investment analysis. David has been co-manager of the HL Multi-Manager Equity & Bond Trust since February 2008 and the HL MM Balanced Managed Trust since July 2008. He has been co-manager of the HL MM Strategic Bond Trust since its launch in February 2009, the HL MM Asia & Emerging Markets Fund since its launch in April 2015 and the HL Strategic Assets Fund since its launch in February 2016.
Lee Gardhouse

Joined 06/05/2006

Lee holds a BA Hons degree in Economics from Liverpool John Moores University and has passed the Associate of the Society of Investment Professionals exam. Lee joined Hargreaves Lansdown’s investment department in 1995 and became Investment Director in 2006 assuming overall responsibility for the Multi-Manager funds and Portfolio Management Service. He is currently the co-manager of the HL MM Equity & Bond, HL MM Special Situations, HL MM Income & Growth, HL MM Strategic Bond, HL MM UK Growth, HL MM European & HL MM High Income and and has managed all these funds since launch.

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