Man GLG Continental European Growth Fund Professional Accumulation Shares (Class C)
This fund aims to achieve above average long-term capital growth through investing in shares of companies listed on European Stock Exchanges. The manager invests in companies that enjoy a firm leadership position that gives them excellent prospects, plus companies that are emerging winners already enjoying clear competitive advantages. Inc class is not available.
|SAP SE||8.21 %|
|Chr. Hansen Holding A/S||6.95 %|
|Ferrari NV||6.14 %|
|Ryanair Holdings PLC||5.98 %|
|LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE||5.33 %|
|ASML Holding NV||4.67 %|
|L'Oreal SA||4.62 %|
|Adyen NV||3.96 %|
|Partners Group Holding AG||3.95 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||24.81 %|
|United Kingdom||5.48 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||22.33 %|
|Basic materials||10.58 %|
|Consumer Defensive||6.78 %|
Rory Powe is a long-only Lead Portfolio Manager focusing on European stocks and joined Man GLG in July 2014. Prior to this, he founded Powe Capital Management (‘PCM’) in 2001 and for 12 years managed its European funds. Before founding PCM, Rory was a global partner at INVESCO and ran their flagship continental European strategy for 10 years. He graduated from Trinity College, Oxford University, in 1985 with a BA (Hons) in Modern History.
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