Murray Income Trust Ord

Name
Murray Income Trust Plc
Manager
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0006111123
Sector
LC00000651
Launched
07/06/1923
OCF
0.72 %
Risk Rating
4
3 Year Sharpe
1.32
3 Year Alpha
4.47
Yield
3.9 %
Benchmark
FTSE AllSh TR GBP
Fund Size
£ 551.36 million
NAV
859
Gearing
103
Discount Premium
-3
To achieve a high and growing income combined with capital growth through investment in a portfolio principally of UK equities.
Holding%
BHP Group PLC3.81 %
Diageo PLC3.81 %
BP PLC3.62 %
Unilever PLC3.38 %
Royal Dutch Shell PLC B3.33 %
Prudential PLC3.22 %
Rio Tinto PLC3.03 %
AVEVA Group PLC2.74 %
RELX PLC2.72 %
AstraZeneca PLC2.69 %
Region%
United Kingdom83.68 %
Europe - ex Euro7.91 %
United States5.58 %
Sector%
Financial Services17.77 %
Consumer Defensive15.01 %
Consumer Cyclical11.11 %
Basic materials10.07 %
Industrials9.72 %
Healthcare9.51 %
Real Estate7.66 %
Energy6.94 %
Technology6.11 %
Name
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Address
EC4M 9HH, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
No
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Iain Pyle

Joined 09/20/2018

Charles Luke

Joined 10/03/2006

Charles Luke is a Senior Investment Manager on the UK and European Equities Team having joined Aberdeen in 2000. Charles started his career at Framlington Investment Management in 1998, covering UK equities. Charles graduated with a BA in Economics and Japanese Studies from Leeds University and an MSc in Business and Economic History from the London School of Economics.

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