LF Miton Cautious Multi Asset Fund B Accumulation
|Gold Bullion Securities ETC||5.31 %|
|United States Treasury Bonds 4.5%||2.51 %|
|United States Treasury Bonds 3%||2.18 %|
|United States Treasury Bonds 3.38%||2.17 %|
|United States Treasury Bonds 3%||1.63 %|
|Visa Inc Class A||1.35 %|
|Microsoft Corp||1.35 %|
|Mastercard Inc A||1.31 %|
|Paychex Inc||1.27 %|
|PayPal Holdings Inc||1.27 %|
|United Kingdom||33.56 %|
|United States||25.10 %|
|Asia - Emerging||8.90 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||7.61 %|
|Financial Services||21.71 %|
|Basic materials||12.38 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||12.24 %|
|Communication Services||8.07 %|
|Real Estate||7.20 %|
|Consumer Defensive||6.77 %|
Before joining Miton, Anthony worked for Darwin Investments, analysing portfolio construction and risk for the Darwin Multi Asset Fund. Prior to this, he worked for M&G, focusing on portfolio construction and risk for UK equity funds and then for the multi asset fund range. Previously, he was a member of the Asset Allocation and Economics team at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers.
David Jane joined M&G in December 2000 as a fund manager on the Global Specialist Equity team. In September 2002 he was appointed Head of M&G Equity Investment. He previously worked at Axa Investment Management as Head of Global Financials Research. Prior to this he was with Newton Investment Management as Director of Global Financials Research. david graduated from Keele University with a BA Honours in Statistics and Economics.
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