Old Mutual UK Mid Cap R GBP Acc

Name
Merian UK Mid Cap Fund R GBP Acc
Manager
Quilter Investors Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B1XG9482
Sector
LC00000007
Launched
18/05/2012
OCF
0.85 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
1.10
3 Year Alpha
5.33
Yield
1.3 %
Benchmark
FTSE 250 Ex Investment Trust TR GBP
The fund seeks to provide capital growth from investing primarily in a portfolio of medium sized UK companies. Medium sized companies are defined as those companies of FTSE Mid 250 Index. Typically at least 80% of the invested assets will be held in companies meeting this definition.
Holding%
boohoo.com PLC6.95 %
Ascential PLC5.54 %
Fevertree Drinks PLC4.12 %
SSP Group PLC4.09 %
Ashtead Group PLC4.01 %
Indivior PLC3.98 %
GVC Holdings PLC3.45 %
3i Ord3.36 %
Homeserve PLC3.08 %
Workspace Group PLC3.00 %
Region%
United Kingdom100.00 %
Sector%
Consumer Cyclical33.52 %
Industrials26.04 %
Financial Services11.44 %
Real Estate11.14 %
Name
Quilter Investors Limited
Address
EC4V 4AJ, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Richard Watts

Joined 12/01/2008

Richard Watts has been appointed manager of the Old Mutual UK Select Mid Cap Fund, having been deputy manager since 2006. Prior to joining OMAM in 2002 he was an equity analyst at Orbis Investment. Richard is IIMR qualified and a CFA Charterholder.

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