Premier Multi Asset Cnsrv Gr C

Premier Multi-Asset Conservative Growth Fund Class C Accumulation Shares
Premier Portfolio Managers Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
1.26 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
0.5 %
3M GBP LIBOR + 3% pa
The Fund seeks to achieve steady capital growth. The Fund will invest principally in a portfolio of securities which, in the manager's opinion, are lower risk securities and which will produce capital appreciation over the longer term. Subject to the above, the Fund may also invest in other transferable securities, collective investment schemes, money market instruments, cash and near cash, deposits, warrants and bonds in accordance with the rules in COLL. The Fund may also borrow and employ stocklending and underwriting techniques as permitted in COLL.
Hermes Absolute Ret Crdt F GBP Hdg Inc3.48 %
Westwood Strat Glbl Convert F GBP Acc H3.13 %
Shenkman Finsbury Glb Convert Bd A £ Acc3.10 %
Oaktree (Lux) Fds - Non-US Cnvt Bd H£ IB3.00 %
AXAWF Global Infl Bds I Cap GBP H Rdx2.96 %
MI TwentyFour AM Monument Bond I Inc2.93 %
Alcentra Eur Floating Rate Inc Ord2.93 %
SG Issuer S.A. 0%2.78 %
Old Mutual UK Specialist Eq R GBP Acc2.64 %
TCW Fds MetWest Unconstrain Bd XGHG-QD2.63 %
United Kingdom39.18 %
United States32.94 %
Eurozone9.57 %
Europe - ex Euro6.48 %
Financial Services24.17 %
Healthcare21.26 %
Utilities11.46 %
Real Estate9.46 %
Industrials9.30 %
Consumer Cyclical8.79 %
Technology5.43 %
Premier Portfolio Managers Limited
GU1 3DE, Guildford, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Simon Evan-Cook

Joined 10/01/2012

Senior Investment Manager, Premier Multi-Asset Funds. Simon is co-manager on Premier’s Multi-Asset funds, and researches overseas equity fund sectors. Prior to joining Premier in 2006, Simon held positions at Rothschild, Gartmore and Fidelity. He graduated from Hull University in 1996 with a BSc Honours in Economics and Accounting.
David Thornton

Joined 10/01/2011

David Thornton, joined Premier in May 2006 and currently co-manages a number of discretionary Multi-Asset portfolios. He has research responsibility for the Fixed Interest, European equity, Property and Absolute Return sectors. Previously. David worked for several years as an Investment Analyst before becoming an Investment Manager in 2004, with responsibility for five discretionary multi-manager portfolios. He has a BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bristol, holds the IMC and has completed the Certificate in Financial Planning.
David Hambidge

Joined 07/01/2010

David Hambidge is Director and is part of the fund management team for Premier’s multi-asset fund range. He joined Premier in 1987. David has managed multi-asset style funds since 1995. David leads the multi-asset investment team which includes Head of Research Ian Rees who joined in 2000, Investment Managers David Thornton and Simon Evan-Cook who joined in 2006, and Nick Kelsall since 2001. Mark Rimmer joined as the team’s investment specialist in 2015.
Ian Rees

Joined 07/01/2010

Ian has been with Premier since 2000 and joined the Pooled Funds team in April 2005. Ian was formerly the Senior Research Analyst for Closed End funds and has worked on Global Equity and Utility & Infrastructure.

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