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Sam Morse, the Portfolio Manager, aims to research and select stocks that can grow their dividends consistently, irrespective of the economic environment, believing that these companies will outperform the market over the longer term. He focuses on attractively-valued companies, with strong balance sheets and a track record in cash generation, which have the potential to grow dividends consistently on a three to five year view.
These types of companies offer a good combination of fundamental value and therefore downside protection, as well as good growth prospects which are likely to be identified by the market in the future and therefore lead to a rerating of their share price.
Data shows that companies of this nature tend to outperform, however the trick is to identify those future dividend growers before they have done so and before the rest of the market. This requires patience and discipline from Sam and our extensive analyst team in London and throughout Europe. This flexibility allows the trust to invest in a wider range of stocks, which meet the investment criteria.
Prior to becoming a portfolio manager, Sam spent two years as a research analyst with Fidelity, covering a range of sectors, then six years as an equity income fund manager at Fidelity. Investment Objective The Company aims to achieve long term growth in both capital and income by predominantly investing in equities and their related securities of continental European companies.
Summary of the key aspects of the Investment Policy The Investment Manager will typically focus on larger companies which show good prospects for sustainable long-term dividend growth. The Investment Manager is not restricted in terms of size, industry or geographical split.
The Company may also invest into other transferable securities, investment companies, money market instruments, cash and deposits and is also able to use derivatives for efficient portfolio management, to gain additional market exposure gearing and for investment purposes.
Appointed on 14 January All the Directors are non-executive and are also independent and serve as members on the Management Engagement Committee, Nomination Committee and Audit Committee.
He held a number of positions at UBS, covering management, portfolio management, pensions, strategy and client service. Appointed on 6 March All the Directors are non-executive and are also independent and serve as members on the Management Engagement Committee, Nomination Committee and Audit Committee.
She has specialised in significant and complex audits and high profile advisory projects with top-tier financial institutions in the City. She was also a member of the Dutch Parliamentary committee in respect of the structure of banks in the Netherlands.This item: Why Literature?: The Value of Literary Reading and What It Means for Teaching The Value of Literary Reading and What 5/5(2).
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