Polar Capital UK Absolute Eq I GBP

Name
Polar Capital Funds PLC - Polar Capital UK Absolute Equity Fund Class I GBP
Manager
Polar Capital LLP
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
IE00BQLDRR58
Sector
LC00000739
Launched
29/09/2014
OCF
1.18 %
3 Year Sharpe
1.74
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
ICE LIBOR 3 Month GBP
The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve a positive absolute return over rolling one year periods, notwithstanding changing market conditions.
Holding%
Inmarsat PLCCFD4.60 %
Mercia Technologies PLC4.57 %
First Derivatives PLC4.49 %
Tracsis PLC3.97 %
Betfair Group PLC3.71 %
AA PLCCFD3.71 %
SunEdison Inc3.69 %
Dixons Carphone PLCCFD3.69 %
Abcam PLC3.68 %
Mothercare PLC3.63 %
Region%
United Kingdom113.45 %
United States6.57 %
Canada5.79 %
Sector%
Consumer Cyclical30.43 %
Technology20.97 %
Healthcare18.48 %
Financial Services13.59 %
Name
Polar Capital LLP
Address
SW1E 5JD, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Guy Rushton

Joined 09/29/2014

Guy is a fund manager on the UK Equity desk and is responsible for the analysis of the support services and general financials sectors. Prior to joining LGIM in July 2008, Guy worked as a health care equity analyst at Clear Capital. Guy graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2005 with an MA degree in Medical Sciences. He has completed the CFA examinations.

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