Invesco Global Equity Income (UK)

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Invesco Global Equity Income Fund (UK) Y (Acc)

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Category Global Equity Income

This fund can be held in an Investment ISA, SIPP and Investment Account
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Prices updated as at 17 Sep 2021
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Investment objective
The Fund aims to achieve income and capital growth over the long term (5 years plus). The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in shares or other equity related securities of companies globally.

Our view

Alice Logue
Research Analyst

The Invesco Global Equity Income Fund is run by Stephen Anness and Joe Dowling. The global team has always utilised the knowledge and experience of the regional equity investors. This is a two-way process of sharing ideas, analysis, company meetings and offering challenge to each other. This is formalised in their monthly Global Income Group meeting, which provides local market insights and debate around stocks and sectors. The majority of the fund is made up of Dividend Compounders: companies that have a strong track record of paying and growing dividends; The remainder is made up of low yielding, but faster growth stocks: those companies with good capital allocation, resulting in compelling returns on invested capital. Finally they will look to invest a small part of the fund in dividend restoration ideas: Essentially businesses that are undergoing a temporary challenge or turnaround but where they see a clear route to dividend restoration.

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