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About George Luckraft
George Luckraft had an intense spell in the limelight in 2002 following his shock defection to Framlington (now AXA Framlington) with fellow star manager Nigel Thomas after 20 years of impressive performance at ABN Amro (which in a previous incarnation was John Carrington & Co). Through the transfer, Luckraft gained control of the AXA Framlington Equity Income fund, the AXA Framlington Monthly Income fund and the AXA Framlington Managed Income fund. Luckraft has run flexible, multi-cap, “absolute return” funds for many years and aims to deliver a decent level of yield too. Luckraft describes his style as a combination of special situations and equity income investing. The Equity Income fund’s holdings generally fall into three categories: high yielding stocks, lower-yielding stocks offering the prospect of income growth and straightforward capital growth plays. Born in Hong Kong in 1959, he graduated in Land Economy from Cambridge and joined John Carrington in 1980. He has his own pension invested in his funds and is a very keen angler.
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