Standard Life Global Equity Unconstrained
  • Fund Manager  
    Mikhail Zverev
  • Currency  
    USD
  • Sector  
    Global Equity Large Cap
  • Fund Type  
    Open Ended
  • Fund Size  
    30.53 Mio
  • Launch Date  
    09/12/2014

The objective of the Sub-fund is to achieve long-term growth in the share price through capital appreciation of the underlying equity portfolio. It will achieve this objective primarily through investment in equities and equity related securities of corporations registered on recognised stock exchanges. The Sub-fund will not be restricted by index weightings, sector constraints or company size.

After graduating from St Petersburg State Technical University with a BSc in Physics, Mikhail started his career in 1998 with Trigon Capital, an Eastern European investment banking firm, where his focus was on technology investment banking. He gained his MSc Accounting and Finance from London School of Economics and joined the investment banking division of Schroder Salomon Smith Barney in London in 2001, before moving to First State Investments as an Analyst, UK equities in 2002. He joined Standard Life Investments in January 2007. In September 2012 he was promoted to Head of Global Equities.

Performance

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year
SLI Glo SICAV Global Equity Unconstrained A USD 12.75% - -
Figures correct as at 31 Apr 2017
Derived - GICs Sector as at 31/03/2017
GICs Sector % of fund
Information Technology
20.45%
Industrials
16.12%
Consumer Discretionary
15.45%
Financials
14.97%
Health Care
12%
Consumer Staples
7.27%
Energy
6.03%
Telecommunication Services
4.52%
Real Estate
2.07%

Fees

Charge Amount Rating
Total Expense Ratio1.96 
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