IP Money Z Acc

Name
Invesco Perpetual Money Fund Z Acc
Manager
Invesco Fund Managers Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BJ04JS57
Sector
LC00000005
Launched
31/03/2014
OCF
0.25 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.11
3 Year Alpha
-0.00
Yield
0.4 %
Benchmark
N/A
The Fund is classified and operates as a money market fund and invests its assets in accordance with the FCA’s Collective Investment Scheme Sourcebook’s definition of a money market fund. The Fund aims to produce a level of income return in line with money market rates combined with maintenance of capital. The Fund invests primarily in Sterling-denominated money market instruments (including qualifying short term debt securities) as well as deposits.
Holding%
Lloyds Bank plc 1.09%6.23 %
FMS Wertmanagement 1.88%5.56 %
Santander UK PLC 1.24%5.20 %
Prudential plc 1.75%4.65 %
FCE Bank plc 2.62%4.39 %
BP Capital Markets plc 4.32%4.21 %
Centrica plc 7%4.13 %
Volkswagen Financial Services N.V. 2.38%4.11 %
Kreditanstalt Fur Wiederaufbau 2%3.68 %
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4.5%3.23 %
Name
Invesco Fund Managers Limited
Address
RG9 1HH,, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Stuart Edwards

Joined 03/31/2010

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