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Investec GSF Enhanced Natural Res A Acc USD

Managed by

George Cheveley

George Cheveley graduated from Oxford University with a degree in classics, and also graduated from Warwick University with an MBA. He joined Investec Asset Management in 2007 where he is currently a portfolio manager within the global and commodities & resources team. Prior to this he was manager and market analyst in base metals for BHP Billiton. Before this he worked for CRU (Commodities Research Unit) where he was a research manager. George began his career in 1990 in operations at British Steel Strip Products.

Tom Nelson

Tom Nelson is head of commodities and resources at Investec Asset Management where he deals in natural resource commodities using a hybrid investment style. He joined the firm in 2012 and prior to this, he was a portfolio manager at Guinness Asset Management. Tom graduated from Oxford University with a degree in modern languages.

Objective

The Fund invests around the world primarily in the shares of companies that are expected to benefit from the price increases of commodities and natural resources. This includes the shares of companies involved in mining, extracting, producing, processing or transporting commodities and in related derivatives (financial contracts whose value is linked to the price of an underlying asset).

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Registered For Sale In

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Botswana
  4. Finland
  5. France
  6. Germany
  7. Ireland
  8. Italy
  9. Luxembourg
  10. Netherlands
  11. Norway
  12. Spain
  13. Sweden
  14. Switzerland
  15. United Kingdom

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Investec's Cheveley: China will reassert itself in 2013

Investec Enhanced Natural Resources managers George Cheveley and Bradley George have been increasing their net market exposure to commodities on positive macro signs for equities in gold, iron ore and the energy majors over the next few months.