Marlborough UK Micro-Cap Growth Fund Class P Acc
Managed by Giles Hargreave and Guy Feld, it aims to provide a total return of capital and income in excess of that achieved by the FTSE Small Cap Index (excluding investment companies) over the medium to long term. Inc class is not available.
|IMImobile PLC||2.63 %|
|Huntsworth PLC||2.15 %|
|discoverIE Group PLC||2.14 %|
|Knights Group Holdings PLC||2.13 %|
|S4 Capital PLC||2.08 %|
|Games Workshop Group PLC||1.96 %|
|IG Design Group PLC||1.95 %|
|Augean PLC||1.90 %|
|GlobalData PLC||1.70 %|
|Impax Asset Management Group PLC||1.58 %|
|United Kingdom||90.85 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||14.25 %|
|Financial Services||9.72 %|
|Basic materials||8.44 %|
|Communication Services||8.12 %|
Guy, a graduate of Oxford University, has over 25 years' City experience dedicated to the research and fund management of small and mid-cap equities. He joined the investment team in 2003 and has a particular focus on the tech sector and other "New Economy" and growth companies.
Giles Hargreave is head of the UK equity funds team and is a higly experienced small cap investor. He has managed Marlborough Special Situations since 1998 and now runs the fund jointly with Eustace Santa Barbara.
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