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Artemis Global Select Fund R Acc

Ranked 114 out of 694 in - Global over 12 months
All calculations are in GBP unless stated

Managed by

Rosanna Burcheri

Simon Edelsten

Simon Edelsten is based in London and joined Artemis in 2011 to manage the Artemis Global Select Fund alongside Alex Illingworth and Rosanna Burcheri. He joined Artemis from Taube Hodson Stonex, and has also worked at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson and Phillips & Drew. Simon graduated from Trinity College, Oxford where he studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics and outside of work he enjoys playing bridge.

Alexander Illingworth

Alex Illingworth is a fund manager at Artemis based in London. He has been with the firm since 2011 and manages the Artemis Global Select Fund alongside Rosanna Burcheri and Simon Edelsten. AIMR qualified, Alex graduated from Durham University where he studied Economics, History, Management Studies and Spanish.

Objective

The objective of the Fund is to achieve long term capital growth primarily from a portfolio of global equities that the Manager considers to demonstrate leading positions in their sector.

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Performance

Global over : 30/04/2017 - 30/04/2018

Total Return

Quarterly Performance

to 31/03/2018 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2018 -3.2%
2017 12.9% 3.9% 1.7% 1.2% 5.5%
2016 23.8% 1.4% 7.1% 8.4% 5.2%
2015 9.3% 10.8% -6.1% -3.0% 8.3%
2014 9.3% -1.3% 0.7% 2.1% 7.7%
2013 20.7% 15.7% 1.0% -1.0% 4.3%
2012 11.9% 9.3% -2.9% 4.0% 1.3%
2011 -11.0% 5.1%

Month by Month Performance

Returns Vs Risk

Registered For Sale In

  1. United Kingdom

Fund Info

  • Launch date16/06/2011
  • Share Class size03Mn
  • Base currencyGBP
  • ISIN GB00B5QKCK29

Purchase Info

  • Min. initial investment1,000
  • Min. regular additional investment50

Charges

  • Annual management1.50%
  • Initial investment1.5

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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).