TM CRUX European Special Situations

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TM CRUX European Special Situations Fund I Accumulation GBP

Category Europe ex-UK Equity


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This fund can be held in an Investment ISA, SIPP and Investment Account
Last buy/sell price

331.37p

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Fund Code

CRSIA

BTJRQ06

GB00BTJRQ064

Prices updated as at 18 Jan 2022
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Prices in GBX

Investment objective
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve long term capital growth by investing in European (excluding the UK) equities of companies in special situations. The Fund aims to achieve its objective primarily through investment in equity securities of European companies in special situations where it is believed the company is considered undervalued. The Fund’s portfolio will be managed on a concentrated basis. The Fund will be able to invest without restriction by market cap or sector.

Our view

Profile
Oliver Jarman
Research Analyst

The FP CRUX European Special Situations Fund is managed by Richard Pease and James Milne. The fund's objective is to achieve long term capital growth by investing in European (excluding the UK) high quality, resilient growth companies.

Milne and Pease look for the best companies in Europe: those with strong competitive advantages, low capital intensity, competent management teams, and conservative valuations.

In particular, the managers like dividend-paying firms which can grow by making acquisitions, rather than by relying on the rise of the broader economy.

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