Marlborough Global Bond Fund Class P Acc
|United States Treasury Bonds 2.25%||1.12 %|
|Tesco Personal Finance plc 5%||0.67 %|
|Sky Limited||0.64 %|
|CRH Finance Plc 4.12%||0.64 %|
|EDP Finance B.V. 8.62%||0.59 %|
|McDonald's Corporation 5.88%||0.59 %|
|Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. 3.6%||0.58 %|
|WELLTOWER INC 4.5%||0.55 %|
|Imperial Brands Finance Plc 4.88%||0.55 %|
|Wm. Morrison Supermarkets PLC 2.5%||0.54 %|
Danny began his career in fund management in 1993 after graduating with a BSc. Honours in Business, Finance & Economics from the University of East Anglia. After eight years at Sun Alliance (later to become RSA) Investment Management, where he managed government and corporate bond funds, he moved to Rothschild Asset Management to specialise in managing corporate bond portfolios. Danny then managed bond funds for Insight Investment, following its acquisition of Rothschild. More recently, he has managed bond portfolios at Co-operative Asset Management and worked on the construction of a golf course. Danny joined Marlborough in 2018 as Assistant Fund Manager.
Niall graduated with a master’s degree in Investment Fund Management from the University of Glasgow and joined Marlborough in 2016 as an investment analyst. His role is to develop investment recommendations and assist in the day-to-day running of the funds. Niall has successfully completed Level III of the CFA programme.
Geoff spent nearly 20 years as a tax officer and tax consultant before founding Marlborough Fund Managers in 1986.
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