Schroder ISF Global Energy C Distribution GBP

Buy/Sell Price  (as of 17/07/2018) £13.7208   Day Change :  -1.14%     Fund Code:  SCGLI 

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John Coyle Portfolio Manager and Advisor to the Global and International Equities team Joined Schroders in 2003 Investment career commenced in 1994 Currently fund manager of both Schroder ISF Global Energy and Schroder ISF Small Cap Energy. In addition, John also provides primary research input on the energy sector to Schroders UK and US equity teams, as well as advisory work for the European equities team. Johns work as Global Sector Specialist on the Global and International Equities team has transitioned to an advisory capacity to free up time to dedicate to the management of the energy funds. He is based in London. John joined from AXA Investment Managers, where he worked from 1998 as a global energy analyst. He was ranked number two buy-side analyst (all sectors) and number one energy analyst in the 2001 Extel European Equities survey. Prior to this, John worked in the European Equities team at Scottish Equitable from 1994, initially as a junior fund manager. Promoted to senior fund manager in 1996 Institute of Investment Management and Research (IIMR) qualified. Member of the CFA Society of the UK (CFA UK) Degree in Economics, Strathclyde University


Mark Lacey Global Energy, Co-Portfolio Manager Joined Schroders in 2013 Investment career commenced in 1996 Currently Co-Portfolio Manager of the Global Energy Fund and Global Small Cap Energy Fund, working alongside portfolio manager John Coyle. Based in London. Mark joined Schroders from Mercuria Global Energy Solutions, a commodities trader for which he was hired to set up a global asset management business. Prior to this Mark was responsible for managing Investecs highly-rated global energy portfolios from 2008. Previously, Mark co-headed the global energy team at Goldman Sachs. During this time he ranked as number one energy specialist in the 2006 Thompson Extel Survey and co-authored the top 180 projects report which he presented to OPEC, the IEA and World Bank. Prior to this, Mark worked as an energy sector specialist for JP Morgan in 2002. Marks career started at Credit Suisse Asset Management in 1996 as an energy investor in roles based in London, New York and Sydney. BA (Hons) Business Studies from Nottingham Trent University
Investment HouseSchroder
Fund ProviderSchroder Investment Management Lux S.A.
ManagerJohn Coyle   Biography
ManagerMark Lacey   Biography

Fund Objective The fund aims to provide capital growth.

Key Statistics

Fund Status
12-Month NAV High £14.25
12-Month NAV Low £10.48
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Morningstar CategoryTMSector Equity Energy
Dividend FrequencyYearly
Historic Yield0.63%

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 as of  30/06/2018
Overall1 star
3 Years1 star
5 Years1 star
10 Years1 star

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