Scottish Investment Trust PLC
|Newcrest Mining||3.89 %|
|Glaxo Smith Kline||3.85 %|
|Sumitomo Mitsui Financial||3.36 %|
|Standard Chartered||3.30 %|
|Pfizer Stock||3.21 %|
|Royal Dutch Shell||3.17 %|
|BHP Billiton Ltd||3.13 %|
Mark joined the Company in 2000 and became an Investment Manager in 2011. He has 8 years of investment experience. He also has extensive knowledge of the operation of investment trusts, including valuation and performance analytics, from previous roles with the Company. Mark is a CFA charterholder.
Martin joined the Company in 2004 and became Deputy Manager in 2015. He has over 30 years of investment experience. He is a graduate of both Dundee and Edinburgh universities gaining a BSc with Honours in Civil Engineering and a Master of Business Administration, respectively. Martin is a member of the CFA Institute and an Associate of the UK Society of Investment Professionals.
Sarah joined the Company in 2000 and became an Investment Manager in 2002. She has 16 years of investment experience. She graduated with a Master of Business Administration from the University of Edinburgh and previously gained a BA in Commerce. Sarah also has broader investor relations experience and a Post Graduate CIM Diploma in Marketing. Sarah is a member of the CFA Institute.
Igor joined the Company in 2017. He graduated MA with Honours in Economics and Finance and MSc in Petroleum, Energy Economics and Finance, both from the University of Aberdeen.
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