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MI Chelverton UK Equity Income B Inc

Ranked 2 out of 111 in - UK Equity Income over 12 months
All calculations are in GBP unless stated

Managed by

David Horner

David Horner qualified as a chartered accountant in 1984 with Touche Ross & Co. In 1996 he joined 3i Corporate Finance Limited where he was a manager giving financial advice to corporate clients. David joined Strand Partners Limited in 1993 where he was a director of structured and managed investments in quoted and unquoted companies. In 1997 he founded Chelverton Asset Management and is currently a fund manager.

David Taylor

David Taylor started his career in asset management in 1988 and today is president, CIO and portfolio manager at Taylor Asset Management. He manages the Taylor Partners Fund, Focused Canadian Equity Strategy, US Equity Strategy and the North American Equity Strategy using value and bottom-up investment styles. David is a CFA and graduated from the University of Western Ontario and York University.

Objective

The objective of the Fund is to provide a progressive income stream and achieve long-term capital growth by investing primarily in a portfolio of fully listed and AIM traded UK equities. The fund will invest in UK companies which aim to provide a high initial dividend, progressive dividend payments and long-term capital appreciation.

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Performance

UK Equity Income over : 30/04/2015 - 30/04/2016
  • Rank 2/111 Total Return
  • Rank 17/111 Standard Deviation
  • Rank 3/111 Max Drawdown
Fund Name Currency Loss
1 CF Miton UK Multi Cap Income Ret A Acc GBP

-3.0%

2 RWC Enhanced Income B GBP

Currency exposure is hedged

Currency exposure is hedged

GBP

-4.3%

3 MI Chelverton UK Equity Income B Inc GBP

-4.6%

4 St James's Place Allshare Income Acc GBP

-4.8%

5 AXA Framlington Monthly Income R Inc GBP

-5.5%

Total Return

Quarterly Performance

to 31/03/2016 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2016 -0.9%
2015 17.5% 5.5% 7.1% -0.8% 4.8%
2014 1.6% 2.3% 0.1% -1.9% 1.1%
2013 44.3% 14.8% 3.8% 12.4% 7.8%
2012 31.0% 13.3% -3.5% 11.0% 7.9%
2011 -5.8% 0.7% 3.1% -11.0% 1.9%
2010 38.2% 9.6% 3.0% 10.2% 11.2%
2009 43.3% -5.6% 25.4% 20.9% 0.1%
2008 -43.2% -10.7% -5.3% -15.3% -20.6%
2007 -16.4% 1.9% 1.5% -7.2% -12.9%

Month by Month Performance

Returns Vs Risk

Registered For Sale In

  1. United Kingdom

Fund Info

  • Launch date27/11/2006
  • Share Class size321Mn
  • Base currencyGBP
  • ISIN GB00B1FD6467

Purchase Info

  • Min. initial investment1,000
  • Min. regular additional investment0

Charges

  • Annual management0.75%

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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated).