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|Investment House||Sarasin & Partners|
|Fund Provider||Sarasin Investment Funds Ltd|
|Manager||Guy Davis Biography|
|Manager||Guy Monson Biography|
Fund Objective Sarasin Global Higher Dividend seeks to achieve long-term capital growth whilst also generating an income yield of at least 50% higher than the MSCI World Index (Net). In order to achieve the investment objective, it is intended that the Fund will invest predominantly in global equities which satisfy one or more investment themes identified by the ACD that are expected to be key drivers of corporate profitability, investment performance and yield. The Fund may also invest in transferable securities, units in collective investment schemes, money market instruments, warrants, government and public securities and deposits. Cash and near cash may also be held by the Fund. It is intended that derivatives will be used and held by the Fund predominantly for the purpose of income generation. However, any positions entered into for income generation will be considered in the context of long-term capital growth. Derivatives may also be used to reduce volatility or protect investors capital. The Fund may also borrow and employ stocklending techniques in accordance with the rules in COLL. The Funds investment powers in relation to derivatives and warrants means that for regulatory purposes it will be regarded as a high volatility fund. However, the Investment Managers expectation is that the use of derivative techniques and investment in warrants will have the overall effect of reducing the volatility of returns, reflecting the investment policy for the Company generally.
|12-Month NAV High||£1.67|
|12-Month NAV Low||£1.45|
|Fund Comparative Index||-|
|Morningstar CategoryTM||Global Equity Income|
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